Co-op Hot Shots 6 Returns

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Co-op Hot Shots 6 Returns
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22nd September 2017, Singapore – Co-op Hot Shots 6 is back this year with the theme of”Building a Caring and Inclusive Community” – as part of the annual edition of the Co-op Hot Shots, this year’s theme shines spotlight on the importance of building a caring and inclusive society which evolves around the 5 values of help, mutual help, equality, care for others and co-operation.

Whether your passion is towards the elderly such as providing holistic care and promoting active ageing, or towards the youths such as equipping them with life skills, or your passion in helping yourself and others to achieve financial independence – as long as your passion contributes to build a caring and inclusive society, we want your story!

Tell us your story through your photos with a short caption of less than 50 words, and stand to walk away with attractive cash prizes of up to $1,000!

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Organised by the Singapore National Co-operative Federation (SNCF), the apex body of Singapore’s co-operative movement, SNCF hopes to provide aspiring and professional photo enthusiasts with the opportunity to  showcase their creative talents. To participate, interested individuals can simply submit their photos (with a short caption of less than 50 words) based on the five values of help, mutual help, equality, care for others and co-operation.

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Submitted entries will then be judged by a panel of distinguished judges including Mindy Tan, a well-known street photographer as well as Fujifilm’s first female X-Photographer in Southeast Asia. Winners can stand a chance to walk away with attractive cash prizes of up to $1,000!

More details of the competition are available here: http://www.sncf.coop/hotshots/

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Event: Co-op Hot Shots 6
Theme: Building a Caring & Inclusive Community
Submission Period: Monday, 28 August 2017 – Monday, 30 October 2017
Available Categories:

·         International – For participants residing overseas

·         Local Open – For Singaporeans & PR

·         Youth – For those aged 35 and below; submission to be done only on the SNCF Facebook Page (here) or via Instagram with hashtag #coopHotShots6

Note: Entries for the International and Local Open categories are to be submitted through http://www.sncf.coop/hotshots/index.php/hotshot

 

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About SNCF

The Singapore National Co-operative Federation (SNCF) is the apex body of Singapore’s co-operative movement, and secretariat of the Central Co-operative Fund (CCF). Formed in 1980 with the aim of championing Singapore’s co-operative movement, the apex body represents 99% of co-operative members in Singapore. Today, the movement boasts a base of more than 1.3 million members. SNCF aims to promote and develop co-operatives as sustainable enterprises that address the social and economic needs through the co-operative principle of self and mutual help, so as to foster a more resilient society. SNCF is a member of the International Co-operative Alliance (ICA) and the World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU). It enjoys co-operative relationship with the United Nations, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and other International and regional bodies. For more information on SNCF and the Singapore Co-op movement, visit http://www.sncf.coop

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