The team at Innospec Limited Branch Office Singapore has started a charity drive titled ‘Innospec Team Cycle for the cause’ to support the Singapore chapter of Cycling without Age (CWA).
The fundraising campaign supports the cause of CWA where funds raised will go towards funding CWA’s flagship program to give free trishaw rides to vulnerable groups via their trained trishaw pilots.
An impact study of the flagship program shows seniors living in nursing homes feeling 80% happier and 59% more connected to the community after just five trishaw rides.
The vulnerable groups include the elderly in their nursing homes, differently abled people and youth requiring more support.
“Next month on 26th Feb, the Innospec team, through the Innospec Cares global charitable giving and volunteering program, will cycle for the cause to support,” it said.
“The campaign is aimed to combat social isolation and loneliness, creating an enjoyable experience that can help people feeling part of a community. Through the initiative we’ll also raise funds that will help the cause of CWA and their vision of living in a world where no vulnerable groups in the community face social isolation.
“We humans are social beings, let’s do something together to help who’s feeling lonely.”
The fundraising page for ‘Innospec Team Cycle for the cause’ is currently accepting donations; interested organisations can provide support through the hyperlink below:
Photo credit: Innospec Limited Branch Office Singapore
Published: 20 January, 2020
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