Mulberry Learning Fund-Raising Event
With The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund
Mulberry Learning celebrates Children’s Day with a fund-raising initiative to inculcate giving as a virtue among our children. In partnership with the Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund, our children, parent volunteers, and staff will be selling coupons worth $10 for a fund raising carnival event at selected centres on 4th or 6th October 2017.
100% of the proceeds will be donated to the School Pocket Money Fund in aid to over 10,000 financially disadvantaged families and their children. So come celebrate Children’s Day with us with a gift from your heart, (and wallet) by purchasing voucher coupons or simply come down and make a direct contribution! The coupons can be purchased at participating Mulberry Learning centres and can be used at our booths to exchange for food, drinks, and game sessions.
Sometimes a small gesture can mean everything in another person’s life.
Children’s Day Fund-Raising – 4th October (Wed)
Time: 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Location: 2 Mulberry Learning Centres @ Bukit Merah & Tanjong Pagar
Children’s Day Fund-Raising – 6th October (Fri)
Time: 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Location: 6 Mulberry Learning Centres @ Alexandra, Cairnhill, Creative (JE), Choa Chu Kang, Shenton Way & Marymount
Participating Mulberry Learning Centres
Alexandra: 12 Hoy Fatt Road, #02-01, Bryton House, Singapore 159506
Bukit Merah: 168 Jalan Bukit Merah, #01-09, Connection One Tower 3, Singapore 150168
Cairnhill: 1 Anthony Road, #02-06/07, Singapore 229944
Choa Chu Kang: 26 Hong San Walk, Singapore 689017
Creative (Jurong East): 31 International Business Park, Creative Resource, #01-04/05, Singapore 609921
Shenton Way: 6A Shenton Way, #03-01/04, OUE Downtown Gallery, Singapore 068809
Tanjong Pagar: 1 Tanjong PAgar Plaza #02-01, Singapore 082001
Toa Payoh: 743 Toa Payoh Lorong 5, Level 1, Singapore 319457
How Can I Contribute?
- Purchase $10 worth of coupons at any of the 6 participating Mulberry Centres on 6th October! The coupons are exchangeable at the booths during the Fund Raising Event!
- Direct donation through the Donation Box available at the reception counter!
For non-Mulberry parents, please kindly register your visit below.
What is the “Habits of Mind”?
Habits of Mind is about knowing how to behave intelligently and respond effectively to uncertainty or dilemmas. It provides children of all ages a framework for autonomous learning, critical thinking and effective inquiry. The framework was developed by Dr Arthur Costa, Emeritus Professor of Education at California State University, Sacramento, and Co-Director of the Institute for Intelligent Behavior in El Dorado Hills, California.