This year, join us for an evening of fun along with an outdoor movie screening!
The event was held in the serenity of Jurong Bird Park, which is a first for the party and also the first visit to the park for several families. The excitement and novelty were evident, as the event saw an overwhelming turnout of more than 600 participants. The main highlight of the event, Amazing Race provided excellent opportunities for bonding within and between families through fun challenges and relay games. Participants also had first-hand experience of learning about various bird species in a relaxing environment.
The theme for this year’s party was “Sports Playtime”, and it was indeed a fun-filled day of sporty fun for the more than 400 participants at Woodlands Stadium. The early morning shower did not dampen the mood of the beneficiaries, families and volunteers, as they pitted their wits and brawn earnestly in a series of sport telematches. The spirit of sportsmanship and camaraderie were beautifully displayed as families and friends helped each other to complete the challenges.
Club Rainbow (Singapore) held its Annual Party 2013 at Pavilion-by-the-Lake, Singapore Zoological Gardens, on 17 March 2013. More than 450 people turned up for this event. The main highlight of this year’s Annual Party was an Amazing Race around the zoo. Families took part in this Amazing Race where they had to visit various animal exhibits, and be involved in various team building activities. In order to obtain their next clue, families had to work together in completing the assigned tasks. At their final pit stop, families were given a warm welcome by Manulife’s Fish Mascot. The first 10 families who checked in at the final pit stop also won themselves attractive prizes.
The annual party is a yearly event that happens usually at the start of the year to invite families, volunteers, advisory board, council and staff of Club Rainbow to start and “break the ice” for the new year. This event will also help new families to be comfortable and get to know the families and beneficiaries they have not met.