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From the left: Ms. Suerya, Ms. Irene Cheng, Daniel, Lanny and Ms. Celest Chong (张玉华)

In partnership with the Ministry of Social and Family Development - Singapore Girls’ Home (SGH), Seed of Lives recently conducted Play2 Success, a resilience building program for 17 residents, on 6 and 7 December 2023.


Through activities such as building LEGO models, group and individual sharing, playing emotional intelligence-based games and the Enneagram Personality Profiling tools, the girls learnt how to stay curious and accept their emotions without judgement. The girls were also taught how to develop an open and positive mindset, perseverance and gratitude to overcome challenges.


Ms. Celest Chong, a Singaporean actress and singer also graciously joined the girls in a sing-along session and shared with them about her personal journey, hitting home the message that resilience is the key to success.


Seed of Lives would like to thank Ms. Celest Chong for her inspiring sharing. We would also like to thank Head of Singapore Girls’ Home, Ms. Irene Cheng, and Manager, Rehabilitation Planning and Management, Ms. Suerya, for supporting the Play2 Success programme, and for their efforts in rehabilitating and reintegrating these girls back to society.


Seed of Lives founder, Mr. Daniel Yeo presented Ms. Irene Cheng, Head of Singapore Girls’ Home, a cactus plant, symbolising resilience. Ms. Cheng also presented Mr. Yeo with a painting done by one of the girls at the Home.

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