Hari Raya is approaching and we are collecting items again for our brothers who are working hard for Singapore! We are open to any donation for the workers in the dormitory but mainly focusing on our basics as well as some nice treats for Hari Raya!

Main Items to collect & bless:

1) Soap Bars
2) Toothpaste
3) Tooth brush
4) Men clothes – We accept pre–loved items =] 5) Bags/Luggages

Dateline: 17th June 2017, Saturday
Actual Giveaway: 18/6/17 Sunday, Punggol Dormitory

If you are keen to contribute, or interested to join us in collecting and giving out, kindly PM Pearlyn 94304threetwo1 for details. Any contribution will go a long way, and definitely warm the hearts of our fellow brothers who receive them (:

You can also drop them off your items anytime at:

1. Pasarbella @ The Grandstand (Bukit Timah) 200 Turf Club Road Singapore 287994 #02-K58
2. Blk 30 Defu lane 10 #03-74 Singapore 539211
3. Amber road ** new
4. Sunset way ** new
5. Orchard road ** new

// “Me migrant
Live overseas
Thousand thousand miles away
Me migrant
beyond borders
Mislaying smiles
Dawn to dusk then dawn again
Bearing sighs and a cry
Inner heart
Love, compassion, kindness
Lose their meaning
Be careful: no one here
And nobody
To see and know such pain
Me migrant
Live outdoors
Outside from you”

— Md Mukul Hossine, Migrant worker/ Writer, Singapore

Mukul’s book, “Me Migrant”, represents the voice of hope and inclusiveness, of longing and dreaming, of service and heart. The poetry within these pages makes us see farther, think deeper and listen.

In listening, let us cross these borders. Through our actions, let us be family to them and show them love, love and more love. So that they know that we’ve got their backs and that they are not alone.

If you would like to support Mukul in fund-raising for his community, you can encourage him by purchasing his book which is on sale. Like his page on FB at (Md Mukul “Me Migrant”)

Tag someone you know who’ll love to contribute and spread the love!

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