Weekly Report 16 April 2019

Dear Friends and Partners,

A busy week filled with environmental activities for Waterways Watch Society.

Values-In-Actions Programmes

We gave 2 Assembly Talks to Whitley Secondary School and Stamford American Int’l School covering 1000 secondary students and 120 pre-schoolers

We facilitated 2 WWE (a learning trail curated by WWS) for Westwood Secondary School at Pang Sua Pond covering 33 students and KRILL programme covering 36 students.

We also conducted 1 VIA programme consisting of both Bike and Foot activities for Springfield Secondary School for 36 students.

Corporate Social Responsibility Programmes

Mr Eugene Heng, CEO of Waterways Watch Society gave a Corporate Lunch Talk to 40 staff from Taylor and Francis. During the week, we met with our sustainable sponsor – Powerseraya; who recently renewed their partnership with us for another year.

Punggol Office’s Updates

Our Punggol Community Branch did 2-weekday duties; painting our storage space, making it brand new again!

Other(s)

-We had an interview with two students from SP Jain School of Global Management. There was one postponed kayak programme from Prudential.

– For the week, we had 3 safety boat supports.

– A total of 34 members did weekend duties for our Punggol Branch and Marina; there were 4 new members doing orientation over the weekends.

-There was 1 sighting on an illegal fishing activity below Sir Arthur’s Bridge and 36 members of the public were engaged on anti-littering.

-The park appeared much less occupied and areas around the F1 and Flyer were quite quiet.

-We had a minor incident where 1 of our participants fell while cycling through the tunnel and gave an elderly woman a small scare. However, the woman’s son used aggressive languages on the participant which upset the participant. The incident was settled amicably.

Values-In-Action and Corporate Social Responsibility Programmes

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