The Jewel Box was honoured be part of UNIFEM’s ” Take a Step to Make a Change” walk on 6th December 2008. The Jewel Box supports UNIFEM′s efforts in achieving greater empowerment for women and making a difference in their lives and thus families and communities.
To find out more about UNIFEM, please visit www.unifem.org.sg.
The Jewel Box is honoured to have been part of the Caring Card Fundraising Programme organised by Caring for Cambodia. The Jewel Box is also glad have hosted an appreciation event for their Volunteer Teacher Trainers & Education Committee. Our involvement has helped raise funds for Cambodian children in need.
To find out more about Caring for Cambodia, please visit www.caringforcambodia.org.
The Jewel Box hosted an exclusive preview of its Henna Collection in support of Hope Villages Fund. We were glad for the privilege to make a donation towards the less fortunate in neighbouring Cambodia. The event was held on 30 August 2008.
To find out more about Hope Villages Fund, please visit www.hopevillages.org.
Audience sat in mired with emotions at the Blood Binds double-bill performances of Bond-Age & Just Late which highlighted issues of friendship, love, family and old age in the Singaporean context. Besides sponsoring Blood Binds, performed on 21 & 23 August 2008, The Jewel Box is committed to supporting the arts community in Singapore.
To find out more about Magdalena, please visit www.magdalenasingapore.com.
The Jewel Box sponsored the Down Syndrome Association’s first Mystique Charity Dinner & Show held on 13 July 2007. President S R Nathan and Mrs. Nathan graciously attended as Guests-of-Honour. We are proud to support the differently-abled community in Singapore.
To find out more about DSA Singapore, please visit www.downsyndrome-singapore.org.