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Meaningful team bonding activities

(Re)discover heritage culture & engage with the community at Dignity Kitchen

Welcome to Dignity Outreach

Project Dignity was founded by Mr Koh Seng Choon and was established in 2010. Providing end-to-end planning for all our corporate-friendly experiences, we designed event activities to allow bonding among colleagues in a meaningful and heartwarming environment. Engage in our events and a portion goes back to the community and our social mission.

How Did We Start?

Borne out of the founder's personal motto to be involved in the community at least once a day (he called this Dignity Day), the 4 distinct team bonding activities have become an integral part of the business' social mission, encouraging interaction with and understanding for the differently-abled.

At the same time, you get to experience an atypical kind of team bonding, immerse yourself in an underappreciated side of the community while (re)discovering local food culture.

This is not for everyone - especially not for the close-minded or if you're looking for a glamorous environment with modern cooking facilities and swanky dining space. We cannot provide that.

However, if you're looking for something different, meaningful, full of heart and humour, you can bet this to be one-of-a-kind in Singapore. 

At the end of our programmes, we hope you gain an appreciation for those who overcame personal difficulties to run an entire stall by themselves, whether it is with one functional hand, 10% sight or zero hearing abilities. You will come away with what "disability" and "dignity" really mean, but most of all have fun!

How Did We Start?
  • Hassle-free (we plan everything for you) and weather-proof (we are located indoors)

  • Not physically demanding and will not tire you out. Suitable for teams with a wide age range.

  • Laid back environment. No cooking experience required (also suitable for groups with Muslim participants as the food we prepare are halal-certified)

  • Customisable to your objectives and needs whether it be workplan discussions, CSR, corporate citizenship, Values-in-Action

  • For non-locals, explore a quintessential aspect of Singapore that is pending a UNESCO nomination: our hawker centre and culture

  • For Singaporeans, rediscover food you've probably eaten before but have no idea how it's made

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where are your team bonding activities held?

They are held within the Project Dignity office. Address on Google maps can be found at the home page. 

Do you take in volunteers?

Unfortunately, all our activities are catered for paying participants only.

If you’re still keen in getting involved with Project Dignity, we are looking for social-savvy individuals skilled in photography, videography, graphic design and editorial. If you possess any of these skills and are interested, please email us at with your CV and work portfolio.

I have a really large group I am planning for (in the hundreds). Can I still engage you?

Due to the limitations of our premises, we cannot cater to extremely large groups. We have done off-site activities at several of our clients' premises and home partners before and this includes "roving stalls" facilitated together with one of our stall managers. However, such enquiries are assessed and quoted on a case-by-case basis, subject to the team's availability. Please fill in the form below and indicate your requirements and the team will get in touch with you to see how best we can accommodate.

Can my Muslim colleagues participate in the cooking team bonding?

Yes this is possible as all of our food suppliers and ingredients are halal certified.

I am interested in Hawker for a Day or Cook, Bake & Serve where you get to serve the elderly. Can I request for the name of the home we will be serving?

Yes absolutely. We have a strong network of homes, VWOs and NGOs that we work with to invite the elderly for lunch every day at Dignity Kitchen. 

Alternatively, can the company request to invite our own beneficiary?

Yes. Just let us know in the comments section of the form. This is however subject to the home's availability and the Dignity Outreach team's discretion.

I am interested in one of your programmes and would be engaging professional photography and videography services. Am I allowed to film any of the staff or elderly visitors?

This is subject to our discretion. Especially for Hawker for a Day and Cook, Bake & Serve where some of the nursing homes we invite would not be comfortable being on camera. Please be sure to check with the Dignity Outreach events team.

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