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Haiti fresh water form


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  • 1. Name of the School: Clementi Town Secondary School Address : 10 Clementi Avenue 3, Singapore 129904 School Leader: Student Councillors Tel.: 67777362 / 65721144 Email: Story Title: Project “For Haiti” 2010 Mentor Teacher: Mrs Janice Chan and Ms Tan Wen Yi STUDENT INFORMATION 1) Name: Zachary Phang (Ex-Co of Communications Committee) Age: 15 Grade: Secondary 3 2) Name: Willis Cheng (Ex-Co of Communications Committee) Age: 15 Grade: Secondary 3 3) Name: Rosnie Nasuha (Junior Ex-Co of Communications Committee) Age: 14 Grade: Secondary 2 4) Name: Pyo Han Jun (Ex-Co of Training and Development Committee) Age: 16 Grade: Secondary 3
  • 2. Haiti was struck by an earthquake on 12 January 2010. The massive destruction resulted in a death toll of 230,000, 300,000 injured and 1,000,000 made homeless. Haiti thus clearly needed to be entirely rebuilt from the ground up. The students brainstormed a couple of ideas to raise funds, which included a charity carwash and even selling of cookies/brownies/muffins/cupcakes. The CTSS Student Council has a total strength of 41. There are 3 Student Council teachers. As Caring Clementeens with the heart to help beyond their own community, the CTSS Student Council eventually decided to collaborate with a group of CTSS alumni and sought to raise awareness of Haiti’s plight amongst their fellow schoolmates by selling T-shirts designed by the alumni. Profits go to Charity Water, a non- profit organisation supplying clean water to the people of Haiti. Leveraging on the work already started off by the alumni (who were ex-councillors), the team embarked on a plan to hype up and encourage the sales of the T-Shirts. The powerpoint presentation we submitted for our entry was the publicity video used to reach out to the school population and spread the awareness of the Haitians' plight -- the destruction caused by the quake, and the aftermath fact that clean water is a scare luxury to them. The students had set for themselves a target of collecting $2000, and they actually exceeded this target with a final total sale of $3550. 2 August to 6 August 2010