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Local car clubs do their part to aid Singapore's foreign workers!

Local car clubs do their part to aid Singapore's foreign workers!

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Here's a break from all the negativity surrounding the circuit breaker measures and our roads. 

A bunch of Singaporeans have joined hands to help donate 121 drums of surface sanitisers to 44 different foreign dormitories. 

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According to Christopher Kwek's facebook post, many of these people who have donated are from our local car clubs, with a few private companies joining in the fun.

With each drum holding 209 litres worth of sanitisers, the total cost of the donation amounted to an impressive $20,000.

Curious which car clubs donated? Find you answers in the list below!

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