ONERHT Foundation Chairman Kayle Kwok delivered her year-end message for 2022.
ONERHT Foundation announced that its charity golf event had raised close to S$560,000 for disadvantaged groups – a core target group of the Foundation’s philanthropic mission.
Funds raised through the charity golf event will be used to support underprivileged families, as well as the elderly and their caregivers, through four local beneficiaries: PCF Sparkle Care Centres, Dementia Singapore Ltd, Life Community Services Society, and ARTDIS (Singapore) Ltd.
Almost 250 golfers participated in the charity golf event held over three days on 14, 20 and 28 October 2022 at Sentosa Golf Club which ended with a gala dinner attended by Guest-of-Honour, Minister for Trade and Industry Mr Gan Kim Yong, and more than 180 guests.
Local singer-songwriter Gentle Bones returned to the stage for a good cause in collaboration with ONERHT Foundation (formerly known as RHT Rajan Menon Foundation) (“Foundation”), the CSR vehicle of RHTLaw Asia LLP and the RHT Group of Companies (collectively, “ONERHT”).
The concert was also attended by Guest of Honour Minister for Culture Community and Youth & Second Minister for Law Edwin Tong SC, who noted the Foundation’s efforts to play a part in supporting an inclusive Singapore.
Proceeds from the charity concert will help support the well-being of those hit hardest by the pandemic, such as underprivileged families, seniors, people with disabilities, and their caregivers.