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  • Press Releases: 27 May 2018

    THOUSANDS OF FAMILIES BOND OVER FOOD AND FUN AT FAMILIES FOR LIFE CELEBRATIONS 2018

    The annual Families for Life Celebrations (FFLC), held in conjunction with Car-Free Sunday SG, returned this year to kick off the June school holidays with a fun-filled start! Designed as a platform to encourage families to make the conscious effort to spend quality time together, FFLC 2018 saw thousands of families participating in a myriad of activities ranging from fitness, food, arts & culture, or simply just chilling out over a movie.

  • Press Releases: 24 Feb 2018

    A celebration of love and marriage under the stars at the Families for Life's 'I Still Do' Couples' Picnic

    More than 350 couples gathered at Fort Canning Green for a romantic date out at the Families for Life’s “I Still do” Couples’ Picnic to reaffirm their love and commitment to each other and invest time in building stronger and happier marriages.

  • Press Releases: 30 Dec 2017

    Close to 500 families bonded over food and fun at Families for Life Picnic@Istana

    Families for Life Picnic@Istana, which took place today at the Istana grounds, saw close to 500 families - both immediate and extended - coming together to bond, reflect on the past year and share their hopes and aspirations for the New Year with one another. 

  • Press Releases: 19 Nov 2017

    Families for Life Council introduces its first ‘urban guide’ to boost parent-teenager communication

    ​Singapore Parenting Congress 2017 (SPC 2017) held from August to November 2017, saw more than 3,000 participants picking up tips from internationally renowned educator Dr Michele Borba and learning new skills through interactive parent-child workshops. 

    Themed “Tune in to your Child”, this year’s Singapore Parenting Congress placed a new and 
    specific focus for parents with tweens and teenage children (aged 9 to 19 years old) by introducing two interactive parent-child workshops, namely ‘Coding a mobile application from scratch’ facilitated by Roboto Academy, and ‘Becoming a “vlogger”’ facilitated by Cornerstone Community Services. In line with SPC 2017’s focus on parent-child communication, the Families for Life Council also presented its first ‘urban guide’ for parents, which lists the lingo (or slang) commonly used by millennials, tweens and teens in Singapore.

  • Press Releases: 7 Aug 2017

    MSF Appoints New Council Members

    New Council kicks off with My Family Weekend, a new nationwide initiative that calls on corporations and community to support a family-friendly culture in Singapore.

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