The Circuit Breaker is coming to an end soon. During the CB, WWS received help and donations from various corporations and the public to help us through this tough period. We truly appreciate such support and we are continuing our canvassing with more corporates.
This week, Diane and Wai Tong did a sharing session with Taylor & Frances (via video), to spread the work of WWS. They hope to also raise funds for us from their employees. Eugene had a telcon meeting with NParks regarding otters in the city and shared potential concerns we have ( e.g. invading condo ponds or fishing ponds, venturing further into our heartlands etc ). He hopes the authorities will look into prevention rather than cure solutions although at this stage Nparks feel that the population appears to be in a contained state.
To prepare for our “re-start”, we held several online meetings with admin staff and working committees to discuss Safety Office SOP for both public programs and our members weekend patrols. After circuit breaker and when permissible, WWS intends to start conducting our VIA and CSR programs while implementing social distancing and safety measures.
Punggol office and Jurong Lakeside office were well maintained by members (see photos). At Kallang, fallen leaves in CIB garden have been removed by members and cleaners of Garden. Office remains well maintained (see photos).