Know Your Fertility Wellness by I Love Children

Know Your Fertility Wellness was an event held at Compass One and organised by I Love Children. The event is part of their Know Your Fertility Wellness campaign, which aims to educate the public on their knowledge of fertility. Experts such as Dr Yang Liying, Singapore General Hospital, was present to share the most frequently asked questions during pregnancy. Local actress Cheryl Wee, who was in attendance, also shared her personal experiences on balancing both her career and family. 

The event saw an overwhelming response as many couples attended the event; not only that, those in attendant had an enjoyable and memorable time listening and learning from the various speakers. The insights shared with the audience were both valuable and enriching as this campaign is a step towards supporting not just fertility wellness, but also holistic wellness as well.

At PramWash, we are not only advocates for child hygiene; we strongly believe in the holistic wellness of both parents and children. We are honoured to partner with I Love Children for this campaign, as we too believe in the importance of fertility wellness. For this great cause, we gave out 12 sets of Ultimate Wash vouchers to the prize winners. The winners are mainly busy parents juggling both family and work, no longer have to worry about neglecting their children’s hygiene; as the cleanliness of their children’s strollers are taken care of with the use of the vouchers! 

But that is not all.

A toddler took us by surprise as he ran towards one of our founders, Kenneth Tan and gave him a huge hug as he was presenting the prize to the winners. The heartfelt gesture took everyone aback as he has just shown us all the simplest way to show appreciation is through a simple hug. 

With this, PramWash continues to be the voice of the children, advocating the importance of child hygiene through one wash at a time.  For more information and the latest news, follow us on our Facebook and Instagram pages @pramwashsg!


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