Official Launch of International Involvement Hub

The International Involvement Hub (I²Hub), a shared workspace between four outward-facing non-profit organisations, was officially launched on 27 June 2013.

Mr Benjamin William, Secretary General of the Singapore Red Cross, relating one of projects to ESM Goh
ESM Goh conversing with Professor Simon Tay, SIIA Chairman, at the latter's office.
Our Singapore International Volunteer (SIV) Ron Tan (left) recounting his SIV experience to ESM Goh.
Our colleague Rebecca Lim explaining to ESM Goh about ourbetterworld.org and how they tell stories of people doing good, with a focus on Asia.
ESM Goh learning about the recycled art project called Soar by Singaporean and French communities.
(From left:) Prof. Simon Tay, Chairman, SIIA; Mr Goh Geok Khim, Chairman of Temasek Found'n; ESM Goh Chok Tong; Ms Jean Tan, Executive Director of SIF; Mr Benjamin William, Secretary General of the S'pore Red Cross; Benedict Cheong, Chief Executive of TF
ESM Goh Chok Tong officiating the opening of the International Involvement Hub.
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