This September, The Giving Family Festival is back! An initiative by TOUCH Community Services, the carnival celebrates the spirit of giving back as One Community.

The Giving Family Festival will feature booths housing exciting carnival games, rides, free workshops on brush lettering and ukulele, tasty treats and more. It will be kicked off with Run & Raisin’, a charity run in support of over 580 disadvantaged children.

The event aims to support the needs of 31,000 TOUCH beneficiaries including youth-at-risk, vulnerable families, people with special needs, and disadvantaged seniors.

Minister for Social and Family Development, and Second Minister for National Development, Mr Desmond Lee will be the Guest-of-Honour at the event.

Join us to Play, Bond, Give and be part of The Giving Family!

The Giving Family

Date: 1 to 2 September 2018
Time: 10am – 9pm
Venue: Singapore Sports Hub, OCBC Square (in front of Kallang Wave Mall)
Admission fees: Free Admission.

Expected Number of Participants
10,000 TOUCH clients, volunteers, staff and the public.


  • Carnival Rides
  • Munchies
  • Game Booths
  • Family Arena
  • Shop for a Cause
  • Live Performances
  • Fun Workshops
  • Art Gives Back
  • Run & Raisin’ (1 Sep 2018)

Run & Raisin’ 2018 is part of The Giving Family Festival.

Into its eighth year, Run & Raisin’ is a charity run benefitting some 580 children aged six to 12 who are from disadvantaged backgrounds across 24 TYA Clubs in Singapore.

With three categories – 10km Competitive Run, 5km Fun Run and a Family Run – Run & Raisin’ offers race routes with a magnificent and breathtaking view of Singapore’s cityscape.

The Giving Family Festival Event

For more details and registration, please visit

Mode of Transaction
Festival Coupons – Each festival coupon set can be purchased at $50 at

Enjoy $25 off when you purchase our special bundle deal (at least two coupon sets + any Run category)!

Fundraising Target
The event aims to raise $1 million to benefit 31,000 beneficiaries of TOUCH including children from low-income or single-parent families, youth-at-risk, needy families, people with special and healthcare needs, and the frail elderly.

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