SSH Awards 2017 – Event recap
30 August 2017 • 6 mins read
The Silent Heroes Award (“Award”) was first launched in 2014. Since then, the Award ceremony has traditionally been hosted at the Shangri-La Hotel, during the third quarter of the year. The guest-of-honour at the inaugural awards ceremony in 2014 was Ms Indranee Rajah, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Finance & Ministry of Law.
SINGAPORE SILENT HEROES AWARD NIGHT 2017
GUEST OF HONOUR: Mr. Chan Chun Sing
Minister in Prime Minister’s Office and Secretary General of NTUC
VENUE: Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore
EVENT: 30th August 2017
In 2017, again at the Island Ballroom of Shangri-La Hotel, 3 individual winners were honoured and celebrated. Mr. Chan Chun Sing, Minister in Prime Minister’s Office and Secretary General of NTUC Graced the occasion and presented the awards. The Award was presented across specific social and community categories in which candidates have made significant contributions.
Each year the Award committee will set up the categories and the set of criteria for suitable qualifying candidates to fulfil. The Award ceremony for 2017 was open to individuals across categories.
Event Recap Video
Our 2017 Silent Heroes
The judges for 2017’s awards
• Ms Tina Hung (Deputy CEO-NCSS)
• Mr David Gerald (President & CEO-SIAS)
• Ms Karen Chang ( Senior Vice Dean & Group Director – Duke-NUS Medical School)
• Dr Mohamed Nawab (Assistant Professor-RSIS & NTU)
Click here to learn more about 2017’s categories
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Recognising humanity with an award that expresses gratitude of our society for their kindness towards fellow individuals, families, community and environment. Through this award, we look forward to inspiring more to become Silent Heroes. Someday soon, everyone shall be a Silent Hero, not only in Singapore but globally.