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Interfaith champion Siti Noor Mastura named Singaporean of the Year

A champion for food and faith, she started Back2Basics, a non-profit group that delivers free halal groceries, and non-profit Interfaith Youth Circle

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A YOUNG champion for interfaith work has received The Straits Times Singaporean of the Year award for 2018.

Siti Noor Mastura, 29, who co-founded non-profit organisation Interfaith Youth Circle, beat 10 other finalists for the award, which is now into its fourth year.

Organised by The Straits Times and sponsored by UBS Singapore, the award honours Singaporeans who have put the country on the world map, persevered through incredible adversity or made the community a better place through selfless acts.

Founded in 2015, Interfaith Youth Circle seeks to promote a better understanding of the role that faith groups can play in an increasingly complex and divided world.

It conducts monthly Scriptural...

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