12th CDAC Volunteers’ Day Cum Volunteer Awards Presentation Ceremony
Jubilee Garden Restaurant, SAFRA Toa Payoh
23 Sep 2018 (Sun), 12.30pm – 3.30pm
Guest-of-Honour, Minister Ng Chee Meng, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office

She contributed greatly to the success of the event and it was a pleasure to work with her. Please help to convey our heartfelt appreciation to her….Baofeng demonstrated excellence and professionalism in hosting the event.

We have also received some comments from our volunteers that they enjoyed Baofeng’s emceeing. She was fun and engaged well with the crowd even though it was a very big group.

She was also able to bring out the energy from the crowd and facilitated the Kahoot! (audience-interaction game) well. Bringing in humour and adding personal touches where appropriate, she made the event a really enjoyable one for everyone.

Once again, we would like to thank you and Baofeng for the support in our Volunteers’ Day event and we sure look forward to future collaborations.

Lee Yin Yin, Executive (Volunteers Engagement & Development) , Chinese Development Assistance Council

Pure Talents Bilingual Emcee Lin Baofeng was back again to host CDAC event. This year, CDAC celebrates 25 years of their Volunteers’ Programme and hence the theme is “25 Years of Togetherness and Beyond”! The three focus of the theme are to look back at past contributions of volunteers, to celebrate the Volunteers’ programme milestones and achievements, and to move forward together.

Baofeng played a table game “Kahoot” with 70 tables of guests, including the VIP table with Guest-of-Honour, Minister Ng Chee Meng, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office, Mr Baey Yam Keng, Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth, Ministry of Transport and Sponsor of CDAC Volunteers Engagement and Development programme, Board Members who participated enthusiastically!

5-Year, 10-Year, 15-Year, 20-Year and 25-Year Long Service Awards , Commendation and Volunteer (Team) Awards were presented and Baofeng shared a few touching and inspiring stories of the volunteers’.

A short tribute video for volunteers which encapsulates the journey of volunteers and the heartfelt appreciation from the beneficiaries was shown and the event ended with Mr Baey, CDAC staff singing and everyone lighting up their mobile phones which signified “the guiding light in someone’s darkness”.