The NTUC Social Enterprises Day saw some 800 people from different jobs and walks of life gather under one roof at Downtown East to celebrate the spirit of care.
The large group comprised the management and staff of the 12 NTUC Social Enterprises (SEs), union leaders, SE customers, and NTUC management and staff.
The event aimed to re-affirm their commitment to care for their customers, their colleagues and the working families in Singapore. The event was also a platform to build closer bonds and emotional connections among key stakeholders of the NTUC SEs.
In a special segment of the NTUC Social Enterprises Day, 17 individuals from the 12 NTUC SEs were recognised with the inaugural Care Ambassador Award.
The award celebrates the outstanding performance of the SEs staff who have consistently demonstrated care in extraordinary ways for a customer or colleague as they go the extra mile to deliver their services.
Check out this special Spotlight section for event photos, stories of our Care Ambassadors and why they truly deserve the award and videos celebrating our spirit of care.
NTUC Social Enterprises show their spirit of care over the years through initiatives to help both the young and old dependents of working families.
17 individuals from 12 NTUC Social Enterprises recognised with the inaugural Care Ambassador Award.
NTUC Unity Healthcare pharmacists Sean Ang and Leng Yew Fei saving the life of a regular customer who had an epilepsy attack. NTUC Incomes range Force riders coming to the aid of a deaf-mute elderly couple who just met with an accident. NTUC LearningHub Associate Trainer, George Krishnan, through his own effort and time, helped a man who lost his job as a dispatch rider, to retrain and obtain his security certificate.
NTUC Choice Homes helps sandwich class couple to secure their dream home. NTUC First Campus principal, Gillian Neo, going beyond her course of work to understand the challenges faced by one of her students.
NTUC Foodfare operations trainee, Cynthia Toh, demonstrates extraordinary attentiveness and kindness to customers in need of help. NTUC Club executive, Cindy Tan, mentored and helped bring out the best in nEbO Champion, Li Khee. NTUC FairPrice launched community project Breadwinners: We care, U Care to rally support and appreciation to breadwinners for tirelessly providing for their families.