Bare Your Sole Walk 2013 - Behind the Scenes

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Win a trip to Hong Kong while doing your part for charity! This article takes a look behind the scenes of the upcoming Bare Your Sole fundraiser Walk happening on 1st June 2013. If you missed part 1 of our Habitat for Humanity feature do check it out here. It raises awareness for a very important issue, the fact that there are 35,000 elderly living in Singapore alone today who may be disabled, abandoned or need some form of help to get day by day. This number is projected to increase to 83,000 in 2030. Project homeworks is an initiative organised by Habitat for Humanity to help these elderly. And the Bare Your Sole Walk is a fundraiser for this project.

To get a better understanding of the project, we talked to some key figures behind the Bare Your Sole event.

Put together a team and win!

As a way to encourage the team that raises the most money, Barclays have put together a small competition where the winning team will receive tickets to travel to the Barclays Asia Trophy in Hong Kong - a tournament that features premiership teams Sunderland, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City!

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We think this is a fantastic initiative to contribute to a great cause. We hope to see you there! 

Register your participation now!

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Other Articles in our Bare Your Sole Series:

Helping the elderly
Part 1: Helping the Elderly who
live alone in Singapore

Behind the Scenes
Part 2: Behind the Scenes with
Habitat and Barclays

Footballer fundraiser
Part 3: SG Football Legends raise
awareness for Bare Your Sole



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Bryan loves exploring and sharing the best of Singapore and the best travel ideas with readers. He creates innovative start-ups that he hopes will allow him to live a life doing what he loves. He enjoys photography, film making, coding and writing - and the process of getting better at them. He is trying to learn fashion after someone said he looked like a 40 year old. He is not 40 years old.


He's Editor-in-chief at local lifestyle portal TheSmartLocal.com and regional gaming portal SC2SEA.com where he also runs an events management company. He is co-writer of Korean Travel Guide "Mad for Singapore" by Chosun Media with his wife Chloe Park. He thanks you for reading this and apologises for talking in third person.



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