More than 50 volunteers from Experian Singapore came to visit D'Joy Children's Centre to do up pieces of art with the children there.
The children came up with the ideas of what to paint, with the volunteers helping them to complete the pieces.
The art helped the children at D'Joy, many of whom come from low-income families in the Jalan Besar neighbourhood, to express their thoughts and emotions.
After several hours of working on the art pieces, punctuated with laughter, the volunteers then auctioned off the artwork amongst themselves, raising more than $6,000. Experian Singapore also made a corporate donation.
If you'd like to help the children at D'Joy, you can give or volunteer to nurture them.
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