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DCIS Food Drive, Day 2

21 March 2017

Two students comment on our second day of the food drive with more donations and enthusiastic student volunteers

  • DCIS Food Drive, Day 2 2017
  • DCIS Food Drive, Day 2 2017
  • DCIS Food Drive, Day 2 2017
  • DCIS Food Drive, Day 2 2017
  • DCIS Food Drive, Day 2 2017
  • DCIS Food Drive, Day 2 2017
  • DCIS Food Drive, Day 2 2017
  • DCIS Food Drive, Day 2 2017

A testimonial from two DCIS students

Dear DCIS Families,

Day 2 of our Food Drive went like a blast. It was very fun to see parents and children volunteering for the food drive held by Mrs Hyland and the Secondary School students.

A variety of non-perishable and canned food were donated by everyone who volunteered. Along with these donations, ‘DCIS Food Drive’ stickers were given to Lower Primary School students.

At the end, the Secondary School student volunteers were left with an abundance of donations, almost five cardboard boxes.

We hope that tomorrow's outcome is double the amount we received today, and hope we can help Singapore to become a 'Zero Hunger' city.

Fathima (8D) and Nirvika  (8C)
DCIS Students

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