“Where’s Our Love?” Scavenger Hunt to Raise Child Protection Awareness and Offer Prizes Worth Up to SGD 10,000

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SINGAPORE, May 26, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Big Love Child Protection Specialist Centre, an organisation under Montfort Care, announces the launch of their highly anticipated 10th anniversary event “Where’s Our Love?” taking place from 16 to 25 June 2023. This milestone event aims to ignite community interest in child protection while raising awareness of Big Love’s decade-long commitment to safeguarding children.

Building on the success of last year’s “Big Love in Action” scavenger hunt, which saw almost 1,000 children and parents participating in a range of activities, this year’s event promises a wider outreach and greater societal impact.

“Where’s Our Love?” centres around rallying Singaporeans to rediscover their love and commitment to the children in their lives through a scavenger hunt, with a series of engaging family-oriented stations and fun-filled activities. Big Love seeks to empower and embolden not only parents, but all individuals to take action when it comes to ensuring the safety and well-being of our children.

The launch party for the event will take place on 17 June 2023, with Monfort Care’s Founder and CEO Mr Samuel Ng welcoming the Birdy Bike Club Riders after their cycling journey along a specially designed route in the shape of a heart, encompassing the various touchpoints of the ‘Where’s Our Love?’ Scavenger Hunt.

To participate in the scavenger hunt, the public is invited to sign up through the official Telegram bot, @wheresourlovebot. This user-friendly bot will guide participants through a seamless step-by-step sign-up process. Additionally, the bot serves as a companion that offers clues and insights on how participants can embark on their quest to find Love, who has gone missing.

Participants will have the opportunity to collect their own limited edition collectibles upon completion of the Hunt, and also win a range of prizes including Royal Caribbean Cruise vouchers, staycation vouchers, a Birdy City bike, PlayStation 5 consoles, and other prizes worth up to $10,000.

Join Big Love and the entire community as we come together to make a difference and protect our children. Let’s unite in love and action!

For more information about the event, please visit Big Love’s Facebook and Instagram pages.

About Big Love

Big Love is a community-based Child Protection Specialist Centre (CPSC) set up in May 2013 under Montfort Care to help families with Child Protection concerns and for families to improve their functioning and resilience, with child-centric, family-focused, and community-based support. The mission: Help for families, hope for children.

About Montfort Care

Montfort Care is a network of programmes committed to improving the lives of individuals, families, and the community facing transitional challenges by providing community-based social services to empower lives and strengthen communities.

Services by Montfort Care are offered by three Family Service Centres, Big Love Child Protection Specialist Centre, and programmes that include Cyber Wellness for Youth as well as GoodLife! and Young At Heart! Programmes to support both active and frail seniors to age in place.

Media Contact Information

For further media enquiries or interview requests, please contact:

Joyce Gan
M: 9619 6050
E: [email protected] 

Tan Hui Yi
M: 9139 9116
E: [email protected]

Kevin Tan
M: 9431 2202
E: [email protected]

(Socium is the PR partner for Big Love 2023)

Big Love 10th Anniversary Launch Party

WHERE: Visual Arts Centre, 10 Penang Road, #01-02 Dhoby Ghaut Green, Singapore 238469

WHEN: 17 June 2023, 10:00am


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