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Corporate Social Responsibility
Our founder, Ms. Ong Wee Wah has always kept the idea of giving back to society close to her heart. Over time, this important value has been inculcated as a company culture among all staff at W2. Besides serving our valued customers and ensuring that their needs & expectations are always met, we are mindful of giving back to society in different ways possible. Here at W2, every small action counts.

2019

In 2019, W2 held our annual teambuilding trip to Batam, where we visited a local orphanage with kids age 5 to 21. Despite the wide age range, we connected with every one of the children, and the trip had very special meaning to all of us.

During our trip, we were tasked to repaint the walls of the orphanage. This was an opportunity for us to get creative, and present the walls with a ‘life’ of its own. As such, we decided to paint a palm tree at the living area of the orphanage. We hope that this will serve as a reminder to the children that with strength, love, happiness and most importantly togetherness, they can go on to achieve bigger and greater things in the future.

The children, along with our staff, had a lot fun participating in the handprinting session on our palm tree. In the end, it was the process of completing the task together as a team that made the end result more meaningful and heartwarming.

During our stay there, we also participated in a simple performance session with the children, where we took the opportunity to distribute hampers to the orphanage as a token of our appreciation. Our staff also gave out stationery and bags to them, and the joy on the faces of the children made all our efforts that day even more fulfilling.

We ended off the amazing day with a special performance by the children. Accompanied by their beautiful voices and talents, we sat down together to enjoy the local traditional cuisine, Nasi Tumpeng. It was truly delicious!

It was indeed a memorable trip, and we hope to continue doing our part in giving back to society both in Singapore and around the world in the years to come.

2017

In 2017, we visited the Sri Sangwan School during our Company's 10th anniversary incentive trip to Chiang Mai. The School - run by a team of about 70 teachers and 50 other staff, houses approximately 300 children with disabilities, ranging from kindergarten to secondary school students.

During our time at the Sri Sangwan School, our staff distributed snacks and drinks for all the children present. We also took the initiative to organise various game stalls for the children to participate in. Watching the children play the games with such enthusiasm and delight was especially fulfilling for the staff.

While it was tough for our team to finally say goodbye to these lovely children at the end of the trip, the memories forged would remain etched in our minds for a long time to come.
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