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Past Events (2018 to 2019)
Bright Hill Evergreen Home Won Charity Transparency Awards 2019 3 December 2019
Bright Hill Evergreen Home has won the Charity Transparency Award 2019 under the Medium Charities Category on 3 December 2019. The winning of this award for two consecutive years is an affirmation of our home’s high standard of governance practices.
Our Home recognises the importance of good governance and transparency in the charity sector and adopts the nine key dimensions for disclosure covering areas such as board and executive management, financial management and controls, conduct of fund raising activities and disclosure.
We would like to thank our staff for doing their part in ensuring strict compliance to good governance. Thank you to all of our volunteers, donors and public for their trust and support in us, without which we would not be able to clinch this this prestigious award.
A Day Out To The Changi Village
19 November 2019
Accompanied by volunteers, our residents spend a day out at Changi Village. They enjoyed a delicious meal at Changi Village Hawker Centre. It is a food centre offering western food, satay bee hoon, ayam penyet and nasi lemak that’s famous there.
After their dinner, they had a relaxing stroll at the Changi Beach Park. The park still retains a kampong ambience with stretches of pristine white beaches dotted with coconut palms, park benches and shelters.
It is an enjoyable outing for both our elderly and volunteers.
Our Visit to River Safari 23 May 2019
Together with our residents and volunteers, we visited River Safari a river-themed zoo and aquarium. It is the first of its kind in Asia and features freshwater attractions and river boat rides. We discovered how deep Africa's Congo River runs, and the religious significance of the Ganges in India.
Our residents had the opportunity to get up close with the river giants and emerge into the Giant Panda Forest to meet the precious gifts from China, giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia.
It is definitely an interesting experience for both our elderly and volunteers. There's certainly no shortage of fun and discovery at the Singapore River Safari!
Celebrate the Year of the Pig
22 January 2019
Chinese New Year is yet again just around the corner, with the help of our volunteers, we brought our residents down to the bazaar in Chinatown for a stroll to feast on the traditional Chinese New Year snacks, cookies, preserved fruits, and more!
The elderly enjoyed the brilliant decorations, festive eats and shopping in celebrating the Year of the Pig.
Our CEO, Ms Cheng Siok Khoong, receiving the award on behalf of the home from Dr Ang Hak Seng, Commissioner of Charities. (Photo Credit : Charity Council)
Bright Hill Evergreen Home Won Charity Transparency Awards 2018 29 November 2018
We are proud to share that Bright Hill Evergreen Home has won the Charity Transparency Award 2018 under the Medium Charities Category on 29 November 2018.
The annual Charity Transparency Awards (CTA) was introduced in 2016 by the Charity Council to encourage charities to adopt the nine key dimensions for disclosure covering areas such as board and executive management, financial management and controls, conduct of fund raising activities and disclosure. The award aims at promoting good governance and transparency in the charity sector and to give recognition to charities for their disclosure efforts.
Transparent disclosure will allow public and donors to have a better insight on the works of the charities, gain trusts and aid to make informed giving decisions.
Our home is grateful for the support given by our volunteers, donors and public and will continue to ride on our journey of improvement and strive for greater governance excellency.
A Trip to the National Museum
21 November 2018
The National Museum of Singapore tells the intriguing story of everyday life through the different eras in Singapore's history. We discovered how modern and progressive people were in colonial times.
During our tour, our elderly saw various historical figures and people from different communities in the past and explore how they used to live and learn about the history and culture of Singapore.
It was a fun and rewarding learning journey for both our elderly and volunteers.
A Memorable Outing to National Orchid Garden 01 June 2018
It was a memorable outing to National Orchid Garden for our residents. Some have never seen so many orchid varieties! To many of our residents, it is their first time there.
They are really amazed, to get up close to many species of orchid and to discover the diversity of this species of flower. The most important thing is to escape away from the concrete city into a land of colour and peace.
On the way back to the Tanglin Gate. We spotted the iconic Tembusu tree, the tree that is depicted at the back of Singapore's $5 notes. It is estimated to be about 170 years old.
We have to say goodbye to this wonderful place. We will surely have another visit next time.
Visiting the Festive Street Bazaar
9 February 2018
Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival is the most important traditional Chinese celebrations. It is not complete without a trip to Chinatown.
In celebrating the Year of the Dog, we brought our residents down to the decorated streets in Chinatown for a stroll to feast on the traditional Chinese New Year snacks, cookies, preserved fruits, and more!
Our residents enjoyed the brilliant decorations, festive eats and shopping.