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Koiki urges community to support underprivileged


As the pandemic lockdown continues with its attendant challenges, Chief Executive Officer, Greensprings School, Mrs Lai Koiki, has urged members of the school community to extend hands of fellowship to the needy and vulnerable people in the society.

Koiki in a statement issued to members of the school’s community, said this is a period people must show love and care to less privileged families around them, urging them to be optimistic that the trying times will soon be over.


Advising all and sundry to keep following the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) safety precautions, she said: “For 35 years, we have lived by our motto, ‘in love serve one another,’ which is more important now more than ever. We must continue to lean into the backbone of that collaborative partnership amid the understanding that a life of service is a life that counts. I urge you all to please reach out safely within your network to support the less privileged and the vulnerable in our society.

“And remember, life will get back to normal soon and hopefully when this experience is over, our lives will include more appreciation of our daily blessings and our relationships.”

She also informed that the school has launched a “Window of Hope” campaign, which is meant to inspire people to send messages of love to one another during this difficult time.

The campaign asks people to decorate their home windows with hearts, messages of hope, flowers or teddies, take a snapshot of the decoration and post on social media, tagging the school’s official social media handle.


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