Striving for Progress

SAFRA continues to enhance its club amenities and programmes to better serve NSmen and their families.

By Kelvin Low      3 March 2020

SAFRA’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) is a showcase of its myriad achievements over the past year. SAFRA’s 46th AGM was no exception. Hosted by BG Frederick Choo, Commander 3rd Division and Vice-President of SAFRA, the event was held on 17 Nov at the refurbished SAFRA Mount Faber.

“Members have much to look forward to as SAFRA continues to strive to provide more memorable bonding experiences for NSmen with its newly improved facilities and better privileges and benefits,” said BG Choo.

A commendable aspect is the way SAFRA continues to leverage the latest technology in its programmes and amenities. For example, the launch of the beta version of the SAFRA e-Card on the mSAFRA mobile app allows members to enjoy card-free access to club facilities and self-help kiosks and redeem SAFRAPoints. The new e-Card also partners various merchants islandwide to provide privileges for members.

“We will introduce even more functionalities in the coming years, so we encourage all members to download the mSAFRA mobile app with the new e-Card to enjoy the added convenience of not having to carry around the physical SAFRA membership card,” he added.

For FY2018/2019, a host of events such as the SAFRA Football Bonanza, SAFRA Youth Sports Games and SAFRA Urban Bike Challenge, which were introduced to engage NSmen, had been organised. Fresh highlights were also added to popular events such as the SAFRA Singapore Bay Run and Army Half Marathon, SAFRA Sprint Kids Xtreme and SAFRA Lil’ Stars to deepen the bonds between NSmen and their families.


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