Mother’s Street Cleanup Campaign
As part of the Worldwide Environment Cleanup Campaign, around 130 volunteers from the WMSCOG organised a cleanup along Telok Ayer Street, which is also known as Mother’s Street in Singapore.
Telok Ayer Street Cleanup
On Oct 15, 2017, youth volunteers from the SGWMSCOG conducted a cleanup along Telok Ayer Street as part of a worldwide environmental sustainability movement.
Cleaning Up Clarke Quay
In collaboration with the members of WMSCOG, the university exchange students from IUBA conducted a clean-up campaign at Clarke Quay.
#OneNationTogether—52nd Year National Day Parade (NDP)
Once again, the SGWMSCOG worked in partnership with the Public Hygiene Council for a clean-up campaign during Singapore’s 52nd year National Day Parade.
Tai Seng Cleanup Campaign 2017
On May 21, 2017, volunteers from the World Mission Society Church of God Singapore (SGWMSCOG) conducted a cleanup campaign in the vicinity of Tai Seng.
Clean Campus Starts from Me—ASEZ: Save the Earth from A to Z
University members of the World Mission Society Church of God Singapore collaborated with ASEZ in an initiative to clean the campus grounds of NUS.
Remember to Bin Your Litter, SCMS2016!
The World Mission Society Church of God members reminded the crowd at the Standard Chartered Marathon 2016 to bin their litter.
Corporate Cleanup Week
In collaboration with the Public Hygiene Council, volunteers from the World Mission Society Church of God Singapore embarked on a mission to guide participants to clean up 4 beaches in Singapore.
Singapore-Malaysia Joint Cleanup Campaign 2012
Members from the World Mission Society Church of God Singapore and Malaysia held a joined cleanup event to provide residents of Malacca a clean neighbourhood to live in.
Cleanup for the 28th Southeast Asian Games 2015
For 10 days, more than 100 members from the World Mission Society Church of God Singapore stayed behind after each game and spent a total of 1000 man hours cleaning up.