There were many times, when Samita was worried if she’d be able to attend the Care2Run Foundation Programme sessions. However, her commitment and dedication allowed her and her mentee to form a genuine bond that’s seen both of them grow.
The activity modules for Care2Run’s Foundation Programme may have been designed with differently-abled children in mind. However, Kok Meng, a parent and volunteer mentor, says he often finds himself enjoying the weekly sessions more than the participants.
Eldar says he’d never done any voluntary work before hearing about Care2Run. However, once he’d spoken to his colleague and boss – volunteer mentor Darshini S. – and saw for himself what Care2Run was all about, he knew he wanted to be a part of our mission to transform the lives of differently-abled young people through sports.
Sally and her son, Max, have been with Care2Run since almost the very beginning in 2015, so it’s no wonder that she describes Care2Run as their “second home”.
For Rubiana, a senior lecturer at a local private college, Care2Run presents her eldest son Joshua with a platform to explore and realise his potential. Seventeen-year-old Joshua is currently thriving as a junior coach, mentoring and guiding other differently-abled young persons, and Ruby says that the confidence and maturity Joshua now display attest to how much he’s grown since joining Care2Run.