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‘Walk Together’ in support of our schools

Jan 2017    

‘Walk Together’ in support of our schools

 “Though one may be overpowered,
two can defend themselves.
A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.”

    Ecclesiastes 4:12

Methodist schools and churches will Walk Together!

The Methodist Schools’ Foundation (MSF), together with the 15 Methodist schools in Singapore, will hold its biennial fundraising walk on 25 March 2017.

The needs of the schools and students are many and urgent. This event will go a long way to help fund and continue the work of great programmes in the schools, and will benefit the students directly. In these uncertain times, more aid is also needed to help lighten the financial burdens of needy students.

Your generous giving goes directly to provide the children with enriching programmes. In addition, 100 per cent of funds raised by each student for the MethodistWalk 2017 goes back to his or her school. As an Institution of a Public Character (IPC), all donations of $100 or more to MSF will get a double tax-exempt.

We are thankful to God for the four sponsoring churches of MethodistWalk 2017: Foochow Methodist Church, Holy Covenant Methodist Church, Queenstown Chinese Methodist Church and Toa Payoh Chinese Methodist Church.

We do require volunteer assistance at the walk in the following roles: doctors, photographers and traffic marshals. Please contact Ms Annie Chng at 6478-4808 or annie.chng@methodist.org.sg to volunteer, or for more information.

To participate in the walk, please contact your church office. We look forward to your keen participation!

MethodistWalk 2017: Walk Together

Saturday, 25 March 2017

Anglo-Chinese Junior College

8 a.m.

By the MethodistWalk 2017 Committee

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