NTUC Income staff create 1,000 terrariums to raise funds for Society for the Physically Disabled
Staff at NTUC Income have created a thousand terrariums in their personal time to raise funds for charity.
The terrariums will be sold for $20 each at NTUC Income branches tomorrow, which is Giving Tuesday.
The insurer hopes to raise $20,000 for the Society for the Physically Disabled.
Giving Tuesday is a charitable movement that started in the United States last year.
In Singapore, it is led by the National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre, and NTUC Income is one of its partners in the campaign.
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