SBF Foundation Empathy Series 2020
Taking place last Friday of every month from Feb 2020.
You will learn about disabilities, the strengths of people in need or what it takes to create kindness culture in the workplace and others.
Living Well and Ageing Gracefully in Singapore
The Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) is the designated single agency to coordinate the delivery of aged care services, and to enhance service development and capability-building across both health and social domains.
AIC seeks to create a vibrant care community enabling our people to live well and age gracefully by working closely with the various stakeholders in the community to raise the quality of care and bring care support closer to those in need.
This talk gives an overview of the senior care landscape in Singapore and aims to empower participants with information on help available for seniors and their caregivers, as well as to spark discussions on how the business community can contribute towards a nation where everyone can enjoy their golden years.
Rescued By The Rescued
How can we ensure corporate philanthropy continues to impact society, in a country that is already one of the best-governed and richest in the world?
What are some of Singapore’s hidden needs? What are the new frontiers for Singapore?
To this, we can look to Gandhi for inspiration. He said: “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way in which its animals are treated.”
In this talk, hear about how a young Singaporean charity is striving to embody this vision – and take it one step further.
Mr Andy Seet
Andy Seet joined the Agency for Integrated Care when it first started 10 years ago. At AIC, he has held leadership positions in Corporate & Marketing Communications, Community Networks for Seniors at Silver Generation Office, and worked closely with corporate and organisations to engage their seniors at the workplace on the Merdeka Generation Package. He is currently the Director for Sector & Partnerships Division, overseeing AIC's engagement strategy and collaborations with our partners from the community care sector as well as government agencies and corporate
Mr Ng Tze Yong
Ng Tze Yong, 40, is the CEO at EQUAL, a charity with IPC status that uses rescued therapy horses and cats to develop emotional resilience in 1,500 beneficiaries every year, ranging from children, youth, people with special needs, families and elderly. Tze Yong previously worked at a philanthropic organisation, corporate consultancy, and The Straits Times. He majored in liberal arts at Brown University (USA) and was a President's Scholar at New York's Parsons School Of Design. He has volunteered with international and Singaporean NGOs in Kosovo, West Bank, Gaza Strip, Kashmir, Beirut, Sichuan, Aceh and Kolkata.
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