Season of Giving

There are lots of opportunities at the Winter Festival for you to share your generosity to those in need.

Giving Trees 

No child should go hungry in Singapore.

This year Stamford’s Giving Tree initiative is working with Food From The Heart. Food from the Heart (FFTH) is a non-profit charity that feeds the hungry through its food distribution program. 

FFTH will combine all food donations into a gift bag. Please choose one or more of the items listed below for donation.

There will be a drop off point outside the North Pole (Adams Cafe) during the Festival.

  • 5kg Rice
  • 400g of Chilli Brand red rice Vermicelli
  • 20 Packets of instant noodles
  • 2 liters of cooking oil
  • 600g Biscuits
  • 425g canned Baked Beans
  • 900g Milo
  • 392g low fat condensed skimmed milk
  • 425g canned button mushrooms X2
  • 425g canned sardines X2
  • 275g breakfast cereal
  • 1 liter UHT Milk x2
  • 400g instant oatmeal
  • 425g canned whole kernel corn

Toys for Tots

Boy Scout Troop 10 and Cub Scout Pack 3010 will be holding their annual toy donation drive to support Toys for Tots.

If you would like to donate a NEW and UNWRAPPED toy for a child of any age, please drop off your donation at our donation table located in the North Pole during the festival.

Mrs. Claus’s Cookie Cafe

USA Singapore Girl Scouts Junior Troop 66 will host Mrs, Claus’s Cookie Cafe in the North Pole. For $3, you will get a cookie and access to the decorations table to make your own special creation. Funds raised will benefit a local charity.


Photos with Santa

Get your photos taken with the jolly old man in the North Pole. $5 will get you a printed and a digital copy of the photo.

Pre-bookings are not needed this year. Come by to the North Pole (Adam’s Café) to put your phone number down with students from the Global Smiles Student Club, who will message you when your turn with Santa is coming up.

Global Smiles strive to create a global impact in areas such as helping children in developing countries get access to the medical care they deserve and preventing slavery.

Through this activity, they are raising funds for the 24-Hour Race, which is the largest, student-run global movement to end slavery, supporting anti-slavery NGOs to create lasting impact.

Dunking Tank

Get over for one of our student favorite activities – the Dunking Tank!! Proceeds from the Dunking Tank will go towards the Stamford Teacher Appreciation Fund.

Dunking balls are $2 each or $5 for three.


  • 4:00pm-4:20pm – Mr. Avreeayl Womack
  • 4:20pm-4:40pm – Mr. Mark Williams
  • 4:40pm-5:00pm – Mr. Julien Draghi
  • 5:00pm-5:20pm – Mr. Craig Mews
  • 5:20pm-5:40pm – Mr. Ramez Malek
  • 5:40pm-6:00pm – Mr. Ross Plain
  • 6:00pm-6:20pm – Dr. Ocki Fernandez
  • 6:20pm-6:40pm – Ms. Stacey Jones
  • 6:40pm-7:00pm – Mr. Blake Stetson

**And there may still be more to come! Can’t seem to keep these teachers from wanting to raise money and out of the tank!!

Lego Prize Draw

Make sure to get down to the Night Market for the Lego prize draw benefiting ARC Children’s Centre, Stamford’s Grade 2 Charity. This activity was a huge hit last year with the kids.

Tickets are $2 each or $5 for five.