There will be a group of A Bathing Ape (or BAPE®) ambassadors strolling along orchard road over the 2 weekends (31 July & 1st August and 7th August & 8th August) to raise money for Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund.
I’ll be one of them and i’ll be appearing on this coming saturday, 31 July! 🙂
What you need to do is to come down Orchard Road during this 2 weekends (31 July & 1st August and 7th August & 8th August) and make a donation of just $1, you’ll be able to own the BAPE® Ez-Link sticker that features the brand’s signature camouflage (CAMO) pattern of Singapore’s very own colours!
The BAPE® CAMO is represented by different colours that are unique to each country. Red, blue and green are the designated combination to represent Singapore.
The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund was initiated on Children’s Day (October 1) in the year 2000 by The Straits Times, to heighten public awareness of the plight of children from low-income families who were attending school without proper breakfast, or pocket money to sustain their day in school.
The aim is to alleviate the financial burden faced by parents in providing for their children’s education. At the same time the funds will help children who are already facing difficulties in remaining in school to stay on.
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