It takes more than a single person or programme to help uplift our students to achieve their desired breakthroughs. Guided by our values, we believe it is a collective effort to do the right thing. We are a team of people dedicated to making a difference, working in partnership to establish strong relationships and rapport with our community partners for greater impact.
On the 29th of April 2023, Indigo participated in the LKY100 Commemoration Tree Planting @ Jalan Kayu, hosted by Ms Ng Ling Ling (adviser to Ang Mo Kio GRC Grassroots Organisations) in partnership with NPark. The event was held at Jalan Kayu park, as part of the OneMillionTrees movement that aims to restore nature back in Singapore.
As a company, Indigo see ESG as a responsibility not only to our students and parents, but to the communities that we live in and serve. It is therefore important that we take tangible actions to ensure a sustainable future for generations to come. Mr Samuel Lim (Group roup Chairman and Principal), Mr Isaac Lim (CEO) and Mr Sean Koh (Director, Head of Corporate Strategy) were amongst the management team that participated in this tree planting initiative.
Quoting from one of the most inspiring speeches by our late founding PM Mr Lee Kuan Yew, delivered on 12 Sep 1965: “Over 100 years ago, this was a mud-flat, swamp. Today, this is a modern city. Ten years from now, this will be a metropolis. Never fear.” And indeed, a metropolis we have become. Going beyond education, we’re honoured to have contributed to this movement, going further together, as One Indigo.
On the 10th of September 2022, Indigo ventured on our first ever Corporate Social Responsibility event – The Heartstrings Walk 2022 organised by The Community Chest. Together with other individuals, public and private sectors, Indigo gathered at Marina Bay Sands to embark on a 4km evening walk to support families in need, children with special needs and youth-at-risk, adults with disabilities, seniors in need and persons with mental health conditions. Co-organised with Marina Bay Sands, the walk allowed participants to choose from the 4km physical or virtual walk.
As The Heartstrings Walk’s Official Awareness Partner, team Indigo decked out in our newly minted Indigo shirts and took to the streets to serve a meaningful cause. Mr Samuel Lim (Group Chairman), Mr Isaac Lim (CEO), Mr Sean Koh (Head of Corporate Strategy) and Mr William Lim (Principal of Making Sense) were amongst the management team who enjoyed a fulfilling walk alongside Indigo staff, friends and family.