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Being inclusive not just talk for CapitaLand

Real estate group's My Schoolbag initiative rings in an early Christmas for close to 200 underprivileged children by gifting them schoolbags filled with school and daily items

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Beneficiaries receiving new schoolbags from CapitaLand staff volunteers, as part of the My SchoolBag initiative.

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Mr Tay helping a beneficiary select stationery at Popular. The children were taken on a simulated shopping experience at Junction 8 shopping mall in Bishan, where they "purchased" school and daily necessities with vouchers to learn about prudent spending.

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From left: Tan Seng Chai, group chief people officer of CapitaLand Group and CapitaLand Hope Foundation (CHF) executive director; Lee Chee Koon, president and group CEO of CapitaLand Group and CHF director; and Ronald Tay, CEO of CapitaLand Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, packing CapitaLand's year-end gift wrappers that were given to My Schoolbag beneficiaries.

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LOCAL real estate player CapitaLand is putting its money where its mouth is when it comes to pressing for inclusiveness, both in the organisation and in the community.

Just last week, CapitaLand's philanthropic arm CapitaLand Hope Foundation (CHF) was presenting sponsor...

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