With the slowdown of the spread of Covid-19 and the relaxation of preventive measures, the “Project C.A.R.E. 2022”, jointly organised by Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA) and the Chinese Development Assistance Council (CDAC), resumed its physical outdoor activities. This year, the program was held over five days between May 20 and May 27, with 80 volunteers from the CDAC and SFCCA participating in the program, taking a total of 340 senior citizens to the Mandai River Wonders across different batches. Mr. Alex Yam, Mayor of the Northwest District and Board Member of the CDAC, also participated in the event on May 21 and accompanied the seniors to the park.

Mayor of Northwest District Alex Yam (in red mask) and seniors get a closer look at the marine life in the River Wonders Wildlife Park. On right of photo is then Executive Director of the CDAC, Mr. Pok Cheng Chong.

Volunteers lead the elderly to the Giant Panda Forest to see baby panda Le Le.

Everyone eagerly took out their phones to capture the cuteness of baby panda Le Le!

The first time visiting River Wonders for many of the senior citizens.

A group photo of the volunteers and the elderly! The fourth from the right in the front row is Mr. Lennon Tan Thian Pong, Vice President of the Teochew Poit Ip Huay Kuan and Chairman of the Social Affairs Committee of the Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA).