Room To Read Happy Hour - August 15 2013
A casual event for our volunteers and friends to mingle and check out what we have been up to. Held at The Reading Room on 19 Bukit Pasoh Rd.
Piano Conversations @ The Botanic Gardens - June 1 2013
A fabulous outdoor concert at the Botanic Gardens with acclaimed pianist Julian Gargiulo for Zen and The Art of Being Silly.
Chapter Meeting - May 16 2013
Chapter leaders shared their experience and learnings from the Room to Read Leaders Conference, as well as upcoming events and volunteering oppotunities. Trivia Night 2013 - April 11 2013
The chapter’s trivia night for the year was held again at Brewerkz. With beer and pub grub, attendees enjoyed a fun evening and learned more about Room to Read.
2013 Singapore Gala - March 14 2013
Great wines, regional food, mystery guests, silent auction extravaganza - a fun night of learning and giving! Approximately 350 Room to Read supporters bid on live and silent auction prizes and bought schools, libraries and years and years of girls education in the themed "Destination Global Literacy" event.
John Wood Book Launch - March 13 2013
John Wood was in Singapore at the National Library to launch his new book "Creating Room to Read: A Story of Hope in the Battle for Global Literacy" to a packed house.
Chapter Meeting - January 17 2013
Sharing session about members' recent trips to Room to Read Nepal and Vietnam, as well as upcoming events and volunteering oppotunities.
“Half the Sky” Launch - November 11 2012
The team hosted a screening of "Half the Sky" followed by a Q&A with Erin Ganju our Co-Founder and CEO, and UN WOMEN Singapore's President Trina Liang-Lin. Half the Sky is a powerful documentary based on the book by journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn. The film highlights many of the issues facing women throughout the developing world, and Room to Read is featured addressing the educational challenges in these countries.
International Literacy Day, Book Swap at SAS’ Middle School Library - September 7 2012
The club members teamed up with the high school and middle school librarians to host a video viewing and book exchange in the respective libraries. Videos featured Room to Read’s impact on ending illiteracy. Students, teachers and parents attended, and club members handed out Room to Read fact cards and free popcorn.