Sunday 16th December 2012 at UWC College (East campus)

TWC2 is celebrating the 7th International Migrants’ Day, a world wide event, with special activities:

  1. Futsal and Volley-ball games
  2. Awards for veterans domestic workers
  3. Lunch
  4. Gifts and goodies

Excerpts from TWC2 Newsletter:

“There will be leagues of men’s and women’s teams: the first women’s teams had already registered by 20th October, but no
men’s teams had registered by then. We need to get the word round far and wide to bring in more players. TWC2 would like to hear from people who form teams as well as from people who would like to join a team but don’t know other people who want to join one: we can put you in touch. We need to hear from teams or people interested in joining a team by 23rd November, so that we can make sure that players are
insured. If you’re interested, please give your full name and IC number to Christine at the TWC2 office as soon as possible. She
can be reached at her email address: <adminofficer@twc2.org.sg> or at 62477001 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.”

Anyone interested in the success of this event can also make a donation to TWC2:

“Altogether, venue hire, food, prizes, publicity and miscellaneous costs will come to $7000. That needs to be found. Any contributions would be helpful and much appreciated. Raising money for IMD always involves a lot of anxiety, and sports days usually cost more than other forms of celebration. If you send a donation for IMD, please make any cheque out to ‘Transient Workers Count Too’ and write ‘IMD’ on the back.”

Please, spread the news around you. Motivate all domestic workers who you know. Ask them to register: participants as well as volunteers needed!

A lot of fun in perspective! Don’t miss it!

Make history happen in Singapore: come and join with as many of your friends as you can!

Make this day, the Singapore Domestic Helpers’ day!

What do you think about organizing gathering events for domestic helpers in Singapore? Let me know…

About helpagency

French expatriate in Singapore since 2005, dealing with FDWs issues since 2008, offering training for FDWs (Children Health Urgent Care course)
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