Signal Boost

Signal Boost: The Story of Captain Jon

Signal Boost

The Story of Captain Jon

“Woooshhhh… 731 paper planes and counting!” Captain Jon exclaimed in excitement. It was a bright and sunny Sunday morning, but looking at the plane pictures he had drawn on the walls, the same school of thoughts entered his mind again. Happiness start to slowly fade as he was once again confronted by his disability. However, his undying love for aviation, as well as his natural talent for creativity fuelled his desire to be as close to the aviation world as he could.

What happens next? You decide! Here’s How:

1) Go to GIVE.sg
2) Make a donation
3) Write a line or two for the story in the comment box
4) Start and finish your lines with #story (E.g. #story And he met someone on the street #story)
5) Post your comment
6) Spread the word and thank you loads for your generous donation!

Contribute to Captain Jon’s paper plane collection! Here’s How:

1) Go to GIVE.sg
2) Make a donation
3) Take a picture of you and a paper plane you folded
4) Attach and send it (JPG, JPEG, PNG) to cheryl.xys@gmail.com
5) Spread the word and thank you loads for your generous donation!

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The story you’ve seen up there is just a fictional depiction of someone who needs help. Very Special Arts Singapore (VSA) reaches out to people with special needs and adds value to their skills, giving them the gift of Art. Hence, we’re raising funds for VSA Singapore to give them additional resources reach out to more people with special needs, promoting the creative power in them.

Michelangelo was a tormented genius, but his Art, commissioned or not, is imprinted in our heads even til today.
Ambrosi Gustinus had a hearing impairment, yet his Art was awarded in his time.
Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles were visually impaired, yet their music transcends everything else.

The impact that Art brings to people is often underestimated. So reach out and help, contribute to Captain Jon’s plane collection.

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