PAST ACTIVITIES - 2002
14 December 2002
CityCare driver, Grace Ng, gave free hair cuts to disabled children at their homes.


 
14 December 2002
500 old school textbooks were collected and distributed to children of CityCare drivers.

 
5 December 2002
100 members provided charity rides and raised $2,000 for The Straits Times Pocket Money Fund.

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1 December 2002
Conveyed the elderly from Kampong Arang to Mandarin Hotel for a Christmas High Tea.

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27 November 2002
Awarded the Outstanding New Volunteer Initiative Award 2002 by then National Volunteer Centre. CityCare received $5,000 cash prize from then Deputy Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

 
24 November 2002
Operated two game stalls for the Kampong Arang MUP Carnival

 
3 September 2002
Participated in Recycling Day. Proceeds were channelled to charitable causes through the charity fund.

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14 - 16 June 2002
80 drivers participated in "An Apple with a Heart", a three-day fund raising event organised by Shell and LoveCope. Members also provided transport for the elderly of Kampong Arang to the event.

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1 May 2002
Karaoke session for members.

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29 March 2002
Conveyed 15 handicapped students to the Singapore Management University to watch a friendly basketball and football match between CityCab drivers and MediaCorp celebrities.

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17 February 2002
Conveyed 300 elderly from Kampong Arang for a Lunar New Year lunch at the Mandarin Hotel. CityCare’s Vice-Chairman, Cabby Robin Lim, received the Volunteer Award from the Chairman of St Hilda’s Community Services Centre.

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2 February 2002
Organised a Lunar New Year Lunch for 120 elderly from the Thye Kwan Moral Society at Brilliant Garden Restaurant. A total of $20,000 in donation was presented to the Thye Hua Kwan Moral Society, Kidney Dialysis Foundation, Yayasan Mendaki and The Singapore Indian Development Association.

 
January 2003
Official launch of MiCab, a special transport service for disabled students.

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January 2003
CityCare driver, Richard Wee, provided transport for a blind couple for the past three years.