What would you do for our tomorrow?
Voices of Singapore, in collaboration with HealthServe are proud to present #AWorldTogetherSG, featuring a music video of If We Hold On Together, originally sung by Diana Ross. Titled A World Together, the video showcases the voices of the migrant worker community, accompanied by a 180-strong virtual choir from the Voices of Singapore Children’s Choir, the HealthServe team and healthcare workers.
This collaboration between non-profit organisations Voices of Singapore and HealthServe seeks to encourage inclusivity, promote kindness, harmony and gratitude between the migrant worker community and the wider community through music. Featuring children as voices of the next generation, the video weaves in conversations with the migrant community through the lens of the child and provides an opportunity for the community to share their personal stories.
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a surge in attention and concern for our migrant community, and we hope that community support will continue in the long-term. Through this video project, we hope to inspire a shift in the public’s mindset and attitude towards greater compassion, kindness, and genuine integration of foreigners into Singapore's society.
The project is supported by the National Integration Council (Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth), Singapore Kindness Movement, SDI Academy, and Ad Planet Group.
Let us envision a future of greater kindness, compassion and shared humanity together as #SGUnited, and build #AWorldTogetherSG.
Wednesday, 17 June 2020 from 11:30am to 12:30pm on Facebook
Our handover event on Facebook LIVE, where generous donors presented HealthServe with a donation of $50,000, made possible by more than 10,000 shares of the #AWorldTogetherSG video! In addition, hear from the following people as they shared their thoughts about the project:
Executive Director, Michael Cheah
Committee Member (Services), Gail Lien Wang
Head of Communications and Engagement, Suwen Low
Voices of Singapore
Artistic Director, Darius Lim
Programmes Manager, Mervyn Ye
To everyone who made this possible,
Our project partner, healthserve
HealthServe is a non-profit IPC registered charity that believes in a society where every migrant worker lives a life of dignity. Founded in 2006 it seeks to bring healing and hope to migrant workers in Singapore through the provision of subsidised medical and dental care, injury and salary-related casework support, social services, counselling, and mental health programs. Its four (4) centres across Singapore are managed and operated by a small team of dedicated staff and supported by a wide network of volunteers, educational institutions, corporations and community organisations. HealthServe envisions a world where every migrant worker lives a life of dignity, and they hope to have as many people as possible join them in achieving this aim.