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Wednesday, 28 March 2007

Who says there are no good cabin crew in SIA?

SIA Cabin Crew Charity Gala. At the 4th SIA Cabin Crew Charity Gala, enthusiastic SIA staff and. corporate partners raised a total of $746000 for Asian..Click here for more.

As part of its 50th anniversary celebrations, the Airline contributed S$4 million to the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS), to help fund the construction of a new headquarters and sheltered workshop which provides employment for up to 400 intellectually disabled members. The facility was completed in 2000, and officially opened by the President of Singapore, Mr S R Nathan.
The Cabin Crew Club for Community Care or 5Cs, founded in May 2001, annually organizes various activities and outings for residents of the Asian Women's Welfare Association (AWWA) Community Home and students of Chao Yang Special School on a regular basis. Made up of volunteers from our cabin crew and ground staff, the club initiated a six-month programme to feed as well as to improve the learning and teaching conditions in two schools in Bohol in the Philippines in June 2005.
Today, the Airline continues to contribute to charities, community development programmes, philanthropic and promotional events aimed at supporting those causes, both locally as well as abroad.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

honestly, I feel that 99% of the crew are getting involved in this to gain recognition to be promoted.It's a sad thing that they are not genuine.Even in promotional interviews,the interviewers ask about one's contribution towards ECA..?!!XX%