Hansgrohe took 19 kids from the Children’s Aid Society to a trip to Sentosa
26 November 2012
Hansgrohe did its part for social good by bringing 19 children from Children’s Aid Society for a day of fun at Sentosa. The informative and educational tour was an eye-opening adventure for the kids, as they visited family-friendly spots like the Butterfly Park, Underwater World and the Dolphin Lagoon.
The trip ended with a picnic at Siloso beach, which led to a dip in the warm seawater. Each of the kids was then given an early Christmas present, which marked the end of the outing. It was extremely heart-warming to see happy smiles on their faces as the gifts were handed out.
Part of Hansgrohe’s corporate philosophy is a long-term commitment to giving back to the community, environment and sport. The Children’s Aid Society, which is among the oldest philanthropic organisations in Singapore, provides a supportive environment for children between the ages of 4 to 18 years old.
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