Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Employees’ Union (SMEEU) presents cheque to family in need
At the annual U Care Back to School Fair, members can enjoy discounted buys on school-related merchandise, fun-filled activities, workshops, educational talks and more. There is something for everyone in the family!
The FRF is organised and sponsored by NTUC Club in support of the Labour Movement’s U Care initiative. Held several times a year, these FRF Carnivals enable lower income union members to have the opportunity to bring their family to Downtown East for a day of fun and entertainment at no cost.
LM Diary: nEbO is the junior membership arm of NTUC, offering youths a platform to develop and realise their potential through various interest communities.
NTUC Income’s Race On! is back!
This year’s event, themed “The Urban Showdown!”, was an exhilarating race that took place right in the heart of town on 15 September 2012.
Around 750 students from local tertiary institutes such as NTU, NUS, SMU and SUTD competed against each other in teams of four and race against time to emerge as winners of Race On! 2012.
The nEbO Care community has touched the lives of many through its youths who go into the community to do their part. Let us look at some of the events which took place recently that brought much happiness to the elderly and children.
The WeCare for U Project was conceived in recognition of the growing and complex problems faced by single mums.
With a membership base of more than 131,000 young working adults who are engaged through 12 affinity groups and 44 youth chapters of the NTUC affiliated trade unions, Young NTUC has come a long way since its launch in April 2005.
A youth community under the Labour Movement and driven by NTUC Club, nEbO continues to engage in Care and Share activities.