Migrant Worker Photography Club Achieves Milestone in Empowering Communities

Migrant Worker Photography Club Achieves Milestone in Empowering Communities

Migrant Worker Photography Club Achieves Significant Milestone Through Cheque Presentation

The recent cheque presentation to Bernard, Assistant Director of Foreign Domestic Worker Association for Social Support and Training (FAST), is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the club members.

Sis Genelyn, the lead of the photography club, presented the cheque to FAST, expressing her gratitude for their unwavering support. FAST has been a strong pillar of support, providing the club with a waiver of venue rental, sharing their events via social media, and showcasing the beneficiaries' works. This has been instrumental in the foreign domestic workers' photography journey, allowing them to showcase their skills and creativity.

The cheque presentation marks a significant milestone in the club's journey, and they are grateful for the support and encouragement they have received. This achievement would not have been possible without the dedication and hard work of everyone involved.

Special recognition goes to Benjamin, who is the first voluntary trainer to believe in and respond to the club's cause of using photography for positive change. He has been instrumental in recruiting five more trainers to join the cause, expanding the club's reach and impact.

The club is seeking more photography trainers as they continue to expand and reach out to more in the community. They believe that the art of photography has the power to break down barriers and create meaningful connections between individuals and communities.

As the club continues to grow and make a positive impact, they remain committed to their mission of empowering and uplifting migrant communities through the art of photography. They believe that when people come together to support and uplift one another, anything is possible. And with their continued efforts and dedication, they are making a significant difference in the lives of migrant communities in Singapore.

So if you're feeling inspired by the migrant workers' journey, we encourage you to check out the limited edition coasters featuring their works, available now on our website.

Click on the coaster to find out more


Chin Hock


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