There is a role for everyone when it comes to making the world a better place to live in. The young ones at the Sakae Junior Club have come up with three meaningful initiatives, which they plan to kick-start soon.
photo courtesy of sakae sushi
Prominent anti-war activist Mahatma Gandhi once said, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” In recent years, the Pay It Forward movement has gained traction in numerous countries, among individuals and corporations alike, to help and empower the most vulnerable groups in society, who often fall through the cracks. Within the local context, Singaporean restaurant chain Sakae Sushi continues to contribute to the community through its own charitable, non-profit organisation, Sakae Foundation. The group focuses on giving the elderly and intellectually disabled youths a helping hand through various initiatives, including take the time to help out at their beneficiaries’ premises, monetary donations and organising food donation drives.
Read more about these initiatives in the NOV2016-JAN2017 issue of little.