8 Jun - CARE Singapore youth and elderly from Concern & Care Society

Project Cheer: With Cheer, We Bond

19 Aug 2015, ACS Magazine - ECHO

It was a meaningful June vacation for 140 ACJC students from eight classes as they participated in Project Cheer, an annual initiative by Tan Chin Tuan Foundation (TCTF) to encourage students to put their values into action by creating positive experiences for underprivileged children and elderly. Over eight days, the students designed their own programmes to bring cheer to over 400 beneficiaries from eight charities supported by TCTF.


Project Cheer 2015 Launched to Bring the Old and Young Closer Together

28 Jul 2015, Lions Befrienders Newsletter

Following the success of the pilot run of Project Cheer, by the Tan Chin Tuan Foundation (TCTF) in partnership with Anglo-Chinese Junior College (ACJC) last June, students from ACJC returned to volunteer again. 180 students spent their March and June school holidays making a difference to both the young and old through various befriending initiatives.

Project Cheer Marilyn Tan

One bracelet became a bridge for communication between two generations

24 Jun 2015, LianHe ZaoBao

A simple bracelet can extend to become a bridge between two generations.
During their June holidays, 100 ACJC students participated in Project Cheer, an initiative funded and organised by the Tan Chin Tuan Foundation, to spread joy to 300 children and elderly.

CNA 19.6.15 - YMCA Singapore names Chew Kwee San its new president

YMCA Singapore names Chew Kwee San its new President

19 Jun 2015, Channel News Asia

Chew Kwee San, Council Member of the Tan Chin Tuan Foundation is named the new President of the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) of Singapore. Mr Chew, has been a YMCA volunteer since 1999 and is currently a member of the National Council of YMCAs of Singapore.

News from the Chiang Rai Village Project

13 Jun 2015, Pistorio Foundation Newsletter

The Health Post Project in the Village of Huay Kuk in Chiang Rai, Thailand has been recently completed. The Buitelaar Health Post was made possible thanks to the generous contributions of the Buitelaar family, the Tan Chin Tuan Foundation, and Bruno Proto and Maria Cristina Corcione together with the Continuing Education University of Trento.

Lee Kok Wah

From Tan Chin Tuan Bursary Recipient to Pioneer to Philanthropist

12 May 2015, NUS Magazine - AlumNUS

50 years ago, Mr Lee Kok Wah, received the Tan Chin Tuan Scholarship to pursue his ‘A’ level studies. The scholarship was followed by a bursary, also provided by Tan Sri Dr Tan Chin Tuan to pay for his studies in social sciences. Mr Lee is now a business man with over 40 years of experience. He has made a gift to NUS to set up a bursary in memory of his parents.