A 76-year-old recounts her early years, but it is her present doing voluntary guiding that she is most proud of.
Edwin Khoo has faced challenges after challenges, and each time, he took the lessons in his stride.
It was chance that brought Priscilla Theseira to a career in special education and she hasn’t looked back since.
Ow Tuck Choy is a busy man these days as he has 10 befriendees under him that he keeps a close eye on. As much as it prevents vulnerable seniors from further social isolation, he also gains in making new friends.
Bessie Yap shares about her husband whom she lost in 2013 to cancer, and her life after.
This senior is rich in his bank, not the money bank but the relationship bank. Building positive relationships is what he is passionate about and hopes he can convince others too.
Being disabled does not mean that one can’t do things, it just means changing the way one does things, as a couple of 35 years shared.
The grandfather of eight was the oldest participant and he recently joined his family in the SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon 2016.
Francis Ng has been bitten by the dragon boating bug and not only teaches various teams, but also is a coxswain and a rower.
Growing up poor motivates this 65-year-old to give back.
One man is on a mission. Though he hasn’t been successful yet, he is hoping to change the throwaway culture that exists and encourage people to repair, reuse and recycle.
Acting started out as a hobby, and it later turned into a career for veteran Malaysian actress Sukania Venugopal.
A photographer shares his love of all things old, antiques and seed-carvings.
RSVP’s Ngiam Tong Yuen takes home the first volunteerism award for seniors during the annual President’s Volunteerism & Philanthropy Awards.
A 74-year-old Eurasian father of two shares his adventures at sea, and even had to postpone his wedding in London.