FNP Old Age Home

Unknown to many, hundreds of elderly men and women make their homes in old age residences across Singapore, often without the regular company of their children.

FNP.sg, Singapore's leading gifting company, believes it is our responsibility to honour these less recognized, yet substantial pillars of our society.

FNP.sg is delighted to recap the memorable Fathers' Day celebration that took place at the Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home this year, at both the Silat and Thomson locations.

On the 15th and 16th of June, the FNP.sg team visited both centres of the Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home. FNP.sg brought along a delicious 5 kg sugar-free cake, ensuring everyone could partake in the celebration regardless of dietary restrictions.

In appreciation of the value of a good morning cuppa to many dads, we gifted every male resident a specially designed mug inscribed with "My Dad, the Superstar." This small but meaningful act aimed to remind these fathers of their exceptional worth.

More than the gifts, it was the engaging conversations that created the true spirit of the day. FNP.sg spent valuable time talking to the male residents, absorbing their wisdom, laughing at their jokes, and even partaking in a lively karaoke session. These interactions brought a remarkable depth to our understanding of their lives, experiences, and humour, furthering enriching the day's festivities.

"We at FNP.sg are delighted by our recent Father's Day initiative's success, honoring the unsung heroes in our society, particularly our elders. Beyond commemorating Father's Day, our mission was to contribute meaningfully to community unity. The overwhelming response has reaffirmed our commitment to celebrating Singapore's diverse community. As we move forward, we aspire to be more than a brand. We aim to resonate with every emotion and celebration, becoming an essential part of people's lives, said Saurabh Singh, Senior Manager Marketing, FNP.sg.

The motivation behind this initiative was to extend our spirit of generosity beyond our own families to those who equally deserve to feel loved and appreciated. FNP.sg committed to ensuring this, and they are grateful to have had the opportunity to do so.