Volunteers from the Church of God collaborated with the Public Hygiene Council to remind people at the national day parade to bin their litter.
Despite their busy schedules, the young adult workers of the SGWMSCOG participated in a clean-up at Singapore’s CBD area—Telok Ayer and Raffles Place.
As part of the Worldwide Environment Clean-Up Campaign, around 130 volunteers from the WMSCOG organised a clean-up along Telok Ayer Street, which is also known as Mother’s Street in Singapore.
On Oct 15, 2017, youth volunteers from the SGWMSCOG conducted a clean-up along Telok Ayer Street as part of a worldwide environmental sustainability movement.
In collaboration with the members of WMSCOG, the university exchange students from IUBA conducted a clean-up campaign at Clarke Quay.
Once again, the SGWMSCOG worked in partnership with the Public Hygiene Council for a clean-up campaign during Singapore’s 52nd year National Day Parade.