SINGAPORE - Online travel agent, ZUJI Singapore, is partnering with The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (SPMF) and MasterCard to help under-privileged families and is appealing to the public to participate in their fundraising campaign.
Called 'A lot like love', the campaign seeks to help ensure children have enough money for their every day activities and also opportunities to travel and have fun experiences.
As part of its campaign, over 40 children were treated to free tickets to the Beauty and the Beast musical at Marina Bay Sands MasterCard Theatres. The kids were selected from SPMF's beneficiaries.
They also enjoyed exclusive meet-and-greet passes with the actors after the show.
Ms Chua Hui Wan, CEO for ZUJI Singapore, said the force behind the collaboration was to make sure all children are able to experience special events and see unique places.
These opportunities "should not be hampered by background or financial burdens".
ZUJI Singapore will be surprising two low-income families from SPMF, who have not had the resources to go overseas, with all-expenses paid holidays around November this year.
Ms Chua said the free trip was to give two families the gift of travel without any financial worry.
ZUJI will be donating $0.50 for every new Facebook "Like" on their ZUJI Singapore's Facebook page until Nov 1, 2015, and $2.50 for every booking made with a MasterCard during selected periods.