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Love @ MyQueenstown

By my queenstown on Monday, May 31, 2010 with 4 comments

Love@MyQueenstown is a social integration initiative that will commence tomorrow, 1 June 2010 at Tanglin Halt. It will cover over 130 blocks and 14000 households in Queenstown. 








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This programme aims to fulfill 3 purposes in integrating residents and friends of Queenstown. Firstly, residents and friends of Queenstown will follow the MyQueenstown Team during the interview and understand the needs and queries raised by other residents of Queenstown so that they will get a better picture of what goes on in other districts. Secondly, this initiative enables MyQueenstown to propagate our services to low-income families who do not have access to internet presently. This ensures all families in Queenstown will have a social safety net where they can seek assistance or integrate with other residents in the community. Lastly, information collected by our team will be used to organise better activities or programmes that cater to the needs of the residents.

MyQueenstown Team welcomes all residents and friends of Queenstown to take part in this meaningful activity. We believe strongly that this initiative can go on to make our community more caring, self serving and vibrant! Leave us a note @ our facebook page or SMS 91769891 to indicate your interest in contributing to this initiative!








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4 comments:

Bernard Tan said...
June 3, 2010 at 5:29 AM

Good Luck and all the best for your love for Queenstown..

SeanK.J said...
June 8, 2010 at 12:48 AM

What about those who live on the edge of Queenstown? =)

my queenstown said...
June 10, 2010 at 12:52 AM

Hi Sean! We'll visit all residents who lived in 6 of 7 districts in Queenstown HDB estate! =)

SeanK.J said...
June 10, 2010 at 3:20 PM

Kudos to you guys for doing this, it's rare to see an establishment such as this doing something for the community that is not government sanctioned, much less having such a diverse team.

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