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About FairPrice Walk for Rice @ South East
The “FairPrice Walk for Rice + @ South East” program, which started in 2009, is a collaboration between NTUC FairPrice Foundation Ltd and South East Community Development Council. This annual campaign seeks to inculcate the giving spirit among the participants and residents by encouraging them to walk for a good cause. This year, for every 300m walked by a participant or resident, FairPrice Foundation will donate one bowl of white rice, one bowl of brown rice and one bowl of oatmeal. The target is to raise 500,000 bowls of rice and 50,000 bowls of oatmeal for 7,000 vulnerable families residing in the South East District. For organizations that support this program by organizing their own FairPrice Walk for Rice + @ South East roadshow, the mileage accumulated will be exchanged for packets of rice and oats, which will be distributed to vulnerable families within the South East District.