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You've Been #Tagged!

05 Jun 2014

TSMP’s first hands-on charity event for 2014 was "You've Been #Tagged!", a day of outdoor laser tag with boys from the Muhammadiyah Welfare Home (MWH). TSMP lawyers and staff sweat it out with the MWH boys at Bukit Purmei Hillock Park, laughing and forging friendships over intense laser tag missions. This was followed by a Botak Jones lunch specially catered for the boys and ended off with an inspirational talk by our guest speaker, an ex-offender who has turned his life around. This is also the first event which was planned in conjunction with a clothes donation drive for the MWH boys, which turned out to be a huge success, even raking in a Sony Playstation for the Home's recreation room!

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TSMP’s clothes donation drive for Muhammadiyah Welfare Home

07 May 2014

Muhammadiyah Welfare Home is an all-boys children's home in Singapore which provides care and shelter for Muslim boys aged between 10 and 19 years. These boys – some are orphans or juvenile offenders, while others are victims of abuse and neglect - stay in the home 24/7, where the home works to nurture them into becoming responsible adults and contributing members of the community.

TSMP will be collecting clothing and other useful items for the boys from now until 24 May. MWH's annual carnival will be held on 31 May and some of the donated items may be sold at the carnival to raise money for the home.

On 2 June, lawyers and staff from TSMP will also be getting together with the boys for a spirited game of laser tag, a friendly war to be raged in the void decks and hills of Singapore where, no doubt, we will be creamed by the youngsters.

MWH is a volunteer welfare organisation and a registered charity in Singapore, and one of our adopted charities for 2014.




 

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TSMP Sets Up Girl Power!

20 Jan 2014

TSMP is pleased to announce the setting up of Girl Power! A new women’s mentoring and career development programme especially catering to the needs of today’s modern female professional. The inaugural meeting will happen on 22 January 2014 at a nearby pub, where women lawyers will be free to share their experiences, concerns and favourite shopping tips over drinks and canapés, with a view to providing support, mentorship, encouragement and friendship to fellow female professionals. It’s not that we don’t love our male colleagues, but surely there has to be more to firm bonding than beer and football?

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TSMP brings children with cancer from ARC Children Centre for kite-flying at Marina Barrage

10 Sep 2013

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TSMP supports DPH in the BT Corporate Charity Ride, sends 3 teams to OCBC Cycle Singapore 2012

04 Mar 2012

TSMP lawyers and trainees doffed their court robes and corporate suits and got on bikes early on a Sunday morning to benefit Dover Park Hospice (DPH) in the BT Corporate Charity Ride of OCBC Cycle Singapore 2012. Three TSMP teams (the Jets, Vets, and lovely Rockettes, our all-ladies team) took part, comprised mostly of casual cyclists who rented bikes. TSMP made its own jerseys for the event, mainly because the standard issue skin-tight cycling jerseys were criminally unsightly on the Vets team members.

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TSMP Mid-Autumn Festival for elderly folks from St John's Home

12 Sep 2011

For its second hands-on charity event for 2011, TSMP organized a Mid-Autumn festival for elderly folks from St. John's Home. TSMP lawyers and staff arrived early to decorate the premises with a kaleidoscope of lanterns, and later manned nostalgic hawker street stalls (complete with Singapore's first ever South African sarong-clad satay man) specially brought in for the elderly folks. The highly enjoyable evening for all ended off with bingo and karaoke.

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TSMP holds celebrity chef cooking classes for MINDS kids

08 Jul 2011

In its first hands-on charity event for 2011, TSMP held cooking classes at ToTT for intellectually disabled kids from MINDS (Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore). Singapore celebrity chefs Willin Low and Janice Wong generously gave their time (and secret recipes) to make this possible, creating specially designed menus and conducting the classes for a half day each. TSMP lawyers and staff helped by rolling up their work sleeves to get down and doughy with these very special kids, many of whom turned out to have very impressive culinary talent!