Nature shapes the surroundings of The Clement Canopy, a 505-unit condominium located in the heart of Clementi. This is where residents can enjoy the best of both worlds – the tranquillity of home and the bustle of Singapore’s next CBD. The showflat is now open for viewing.


Principal Garden is a 663-unit condominium nestled in a quiet enclave on the fringe of Mount Echo, Jervois and Bishopsgate area, and just minutes from Redhill MRT station and a short drive to the expressways. Residents also enjoy uninhibited views that stretch from the low-rise surroundings all the way to the CBD and Orchard Road. The showflat is now open for viewing.


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UOL is committed to be an active corporate citizen that fulfils meaningful charitable causes for children, youth, education and sports. Education empowers children and youth with the skills and knowledge to become valued contributors to society, while sports builds confidence and aids character development. Through its support in such projects, UOL can nurture children and youth to realise their full potential. 

Into the wild at United Square

Into the wild at United Square
(25 August 2017)

Twelve UOL volunteers and 22 children from CARE Singapore participated in United Square’s Come Get Wild With Us event, which was held at the mall’s atrium. The children went through a jungle obstacle course. They learnt about animal species found in South-East Asian rainforests and encountered live exotic animals. The children also got to bring home their dream catcher which they made with the help of the volunteers.


Boys and girls, fall in

Boys and girls, fall in!
(1 June 2017)

They may only be nine or 10 years old, but 26 children from CARE Singapore already experienced the life of a soldier during their tour of the Army Museum of Singapore. Together with 23 UOL volunteers, the children got to fire specially-rigged rifles at the indoor shooting range and navigate through the scaled-down standard obstacle course. They also had the rare opportunity to visit the SAFTI Military Institute and see some soldiers in training.


UOL spreads Christmas cheer

UOL spreads Christmas cheer
(29 November 2016)

Seventeen UOL volunteers spread the Christmas spirit of giving by organising a Western lunch at Jack's Place at United Square for 40 residents from AWWA's Senior Community Home. The volunteers hyped up the atmosphere with their own rendition of Christmas songs. The seniors also went home with a bag full of goodies, all sponsored by UOL staff and packed by volunteers, who wished to bring some festive cheer to them.


Water Wally Adventure

An adventure with Water Wally
(24 November 2016)

Water Wally, the mascot of PUB, is not alone in his mission to protect all water resources and share the message of water conservation. He had 17 UOL volunteers and 30 children from CARE Singapore to embark on an adventure at the NEWater Visitor Centre to discover how NEWater, Singapore’s high-grade reclaimed water, is produced using advanced technology. The children also got to build their own rain gardens to learn how they can improve water quality. It was a fun-filled and enriching visit for the participants.


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Amazing time at the Singapore Philatelic Museum
(31 May 2016)

Through stamps, 11 UOL volunteers and 23 children from CARE Singapore discovered Singapore’s heritage, history and traditional trades when they visited the Singapore Philatelic Museum. They also walked through a monkey-themed stamp exhibit that paid homage to this year’s zodiac animal and an interactive Shakespeare’s world to have a glimpse into the great writer’s life and works. The finale was when the volunteers raced around the museum with the children in an Amazing Race fashion to be the first team to complete the quiz!


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Farming with the elderly
(18 March 2016)

Nineteen UOL volunteers accompanied 30 residents from AWWA's Senior Community Home to an urban farm in Bukit Panjang to learn how to grow vegetables at home. The farm is well stocked with herbs and fruit, and it practises vertical farming of microgreens. The participants even got down to potting kang kong which they brought home, so that they could continue to reap and taste the vegetables that they had personally grown.


Explore Singapore's sports history
(24 November 2015)

Seventeen UOL volunteers and 30 children from CARE Singapore delved into the history and triumphs of Singapore’s sports legends at the Singapore Sports Museum. They also went on a guided tour of Sports Hub to discover how the state-of-the-art building plays an iconic role in hosting world-class sporting and entertainment events, and continues to promote daily activities to encourage a more sustainable, healthy and active society.


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Brave showing by StarKidz! at OneKM's Jurassic Challenge
(2 June 2015)

Ferocious dinosaurs trampled across the atrium of OneKM this June holidays. To escape from these life-size creatures, 15 UOL volunteers led 20 children from CARE Singapore’s StarKidz! Programme to conquer the Jurassic Challenge, comprising rock climbing, flying fox and plank walking, among others. After their adventure, the volunteers and children enjoyed some bonding time over pizzas and snacks.   


UOL volunteers bring festive cheer to elderly
(2 March 2015)

During Chinese New Year, 24 UOL volunteers brought cheer to 128 residents from AWWA's Senior Community Home. After a sumptuous buffet lunch, the volunteers entertained the elderly with a song performance. For some 40 residents who were still energetic after the luncheon, they went on a boat ride along the Singapore River with the volunteers. It was a fun-filled afternoon for the elderly residents.


Fun at Dairy Farm
(29 October 2014)

Some 17 UOL volunteers led 29 StarKidz! students to explore nature at the Dairy Farm Nature Park. The students learnt about the biodiversity of Singapore through visual presentations, specimens of rarely-seen animals and an outdoor scavenger hunt. The volunteers also played a key role in inculcating the nature conservation message to the students. 


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Art and Charity Weekend at United Square and Velocity@Novena Square
(28 & 29 June 2014)

UOL commissioned 18 art pieces by artists from Very Special Arts Singapore (VSA) and reproduced them into a 200-foot long mural. Called "A Kaleidoscope of Colours", the mural was installed on each side of the wall at the pedestrian underpass linking United Square and Velocity@Novena Square. UOL raised more than $30,000 in support of VSA's programmes, which aims to provide people with disabilities the opportunities to integrate into society.


UOL volunteers bring secondary school students to Singapore Discovery Centre
(14 November 2013)

During the November school holidays, staff volunteers accompanied 20 secondary school students from CARE Singapore to the Singapore Discovery Centre where they embarked on a journey to learn about social harmony and nation building.


UOL volunteers bring primary school students to Underwater World
(25 July 2013)

UOL volunteers brought 20 primary school students from CARE Singapore to the Underwater World in Sentosa for an educational trip on marine conservation.


Shop-for-a-Wish Day at United Square and Velocity@Novena Square
(13 June 2013)

UOL's two shopping malls, United Square and Velocity@Novena Square, played host to 100 student beneficiaries from The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund, with each student given $100 worth of retail vouchers to shop as part of the malls’ “Shop-for-a-Wish Day” initiative.


UOL volunteers bring primary students to a farm
(13 July 2012)

Seventeen staff volunteers accompanied 31 students from a primary school under CARE Singapore's Starkidz Programme on an educational tour to a farm in Sungei Tengah. Prior to the tour, five volunteers also came together to prepare giant worksheets that covered the life cycles of quails and goats. Through working on the worksheets with the volunteers, the students could reinforce what they saw and learnt that day.

Reading Fiesta
(23 November 2011)

UOL partnered CARE Singapore to organise a Reading Fiesta to reach out to a group of primary school students. UOL volunteers became “teachers” at the event. The Reading Fiesta aimed to stimulate the children’s interest in reading through learning new words in fun ways with Charades, Hangman and Twister. About 50 students participated in this event. UOL also donated $5,000 to CARE Singapore for the event.

3-on-3 caged basketball tournament with Grace Orchard School
(9 September 2011)

Through the Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC), UOL staff volunteers had friendly matches with students from Grace Orchards School. The aim of the event was to bring sports to the community. UOL also contributed $10,000 to SDSC’s Live That Dream Fund which is set up with the objective of helping Singaporeans with disabilities to realise their fullest abilities in sports.

UOL sponsored McDonald’s party for Starkidz children
(November 2010)

UOL sponsored a McDonald’s tea party for 30 Starkidz children from CARE Singapore to reward them for their academic and behavioural improvements for the year. At the party, 12 UOL volunteers interacted with the children through games participation and ate Happy Meals together. Treating the children to a McDonald’s party is a recognition of their improved performance and motivation for them to work harder in the coming year.


A White Christmas for Pathlight School children at Velocity@Novena Square 
(November 2010)

Velocity@Novena Square kick-started its Christmas promotion with the Frozen Labyrinth where children navigated to win attractive prizes. Not forgetting the spirit of giving during festive season, 20 children from Pathlight School and their families were invited to join in the fun. Upon completion of the maze, they took home an exclusive souvenir – a photograph of themselves in the ice maze.


Sponsorship of Popular Book Vouchers
(November 2010)

At a StarKidz! showcase organised by CARE Singapore in a primary school, UOL presented a $30 Popular bookstore voucher to each of the 74 students for the new academic year. The vouchers were sponsored to help the families offset the rising cost of buying stationery and books for the children. The showcase consisted of song and dance performances by the students, and a sharing of key learning points. There was also award presentations to acknowledge the students' performance.


The Singapore Table Tennis Association (STTA) – PAP Community Foundation (PCF) Carnival
(November 2010)

Held at United Square, the STTA-PCF Carnival saw over 200 kindergarten children participated in a day of fun and games as they competed in an inter-PCF table tennis competition among 18 constituencies. The Carnival aims to showcase the table tennis skills of the young paddlers to nurture future sports talents of Singapore. In support of the sport, United Square sponsored $5,000 worth of cash and shopping vouchers.


Book Donation to CARE Starkidz children to promote good reading habits
(August 2010)

UOL's staff contributed 580 children books to a Book Donation Drive held for the StarKidz! children. The Book Donation Drive aims to promote good reading habits in the children. StarKidz! is a school-based programme by CARE Singapore to provide motivational life skills and counselling support for primary school children at risk of academic failure, behavioural problems, emotional mal-adjustment, self-harm or delinquency.


Action Adventure for CARE Singapore children at United Square
(August 2010)

Continuing UOL's effort in making a difference to children's lives, United Square invited children from CARE Singapore for some action adventure for its eighth anniversary celebration. Over 50 children tried Rock Wall, Cargo Net, Pole Walking, Abseiling and Flying Fox. Each child walked away with a United Square goodie bag containing refreshments and shopping vouchers upon completion of the games in the adventure circuit. The children had a great time and were grateful for the opportunity.


Donation to Singapore Table Tennis Sports Fund
(26 June 2010)

In celebration of the Singapore National Table Tennis Women’s Team victory at the LIEBHERR 2010 World Team Table Tennis Championships in Moscow, the team went on a Victory Parade with a final pit stop at Velocity@Novena Square. To encourage more talented Singaporeans to take up the sport, Velocity@Novena Square donated $40,000 to the Singapore Table Tennis Sports Fund.


Velocity GIVES (Grants for all-Inclusive Elite Sportspersons)
(March 2010)

Velocity GIVES, a three-year fund-raising programme in support for home-grown elite athletes with disabilities, donated 10% of all promotional redemption amounting to $21,515 during the promotion period of 17 days to Mr Adam Kamis for his sporting pursuits. He is the first person with disability to compete in the Swissotel Vertical Marathon and a proud silver medallist in the 800m category of the 5th ASEAN Para Games in 2009. Velocity GIVES is part of the Sports from the Heart Movement, a collaboration with the Singapore Disability Sports Council to promote disability sports in Singapore. 


Treating the children to "Kids in the Big World" event at United Square
(August 2009)

United Square celebrated its seventh anniversary with an innovative children’s event, “Kids in a Big World”. The kids experienced occupational role-play as a forensic scientist, a pilot, a ship caption, an animal trainer, a perfumer, an animator, a model and a photographer. As part of the celebration, United Square invited 22 children from the Childcare Division of Chen Su Lan Methodist Children's Home to experience “Kids in the Big World” before the event was opened to the public.


Official sponsor for Ride From The Heart
(August 2008)

UOL was the official sponsor for Ride from the Heart – 1,000 miles for the Kids, a charity cycling expedition from Phuket to Singapore. The two-week expedition by 12 undergraduates ended at Velocity@Novena Square and helped raise funds for The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund. UOL pledged $1 for each mile cycled, totalling $12,000 under the Adopt-A-Rider scheme. The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund helps to alleviate the financial burden faced by needy families in providing for their children’s education.


Sponsor of 40th Singapore International Open 2007 – Step Ladder Finals
(September 2007)

Velocity@Novena Square was proud to be the main sponsor of the 40th Singapore International Open 2007 – Step Ladder Finals, For the first time, the Step Ladder Final was held in a shopping mall, thus created an integrated shopping experience with a twist of sporting excitement.


Donation to Singapore Disability Sports Council 
(November 2006)

At the launch of Velocity@Novena Square, Singapore's first sports and lifestyle mall in November 2006, UOL donated $10,000 to the Singapore Disability Sports Council, as a gesture of encouragement to everyone, including the disabled, to pursue their passion in sports and adopt an active lifestyle.


The Business Times – Philips World Cup Fund
(November 2006)

UOL, represented by Velocity@Novena Square, signed up for The Business Times – Philips World Cup Fund, a charity challenge in aid of Food from the Heart. As Singapore's first sports mall, the participation in this corporate charity was a novel way to associate with the World Cup and at the same time raise funds for the less fortunate. Assigned to the Ivory Coast team, $1,000 was donated to Food from the Heart for every match the team played. Food from the Heart is a charity that helps needy children. 


Yogyakarta community service projects
(May 2006)

UOL was one of the main sponsors for a community service project to Yogyakarta, Indonesia when an unexpected earthquake hit in May 2006. In aid of this mishap, a Yogyakarta Disaster Response Expedition Programme was set up and jointly facilitated by the Habitat for Humanity Singapore and Indonesia. UOL funded the trip for some staff and students from the National University of Singapore's Department of Architecture to restore the homes of thousands of homeless inhabitants. The group joined forces with Yogyakarta – Universitas Kristen Duta Wacana, Faculty of Architecture, to build a community hall for the Botokenceng Village in Bantul, a city on the outskirts of Yogyakarta.