Ice Cream and Free Movie at Chunk Feast 2013

Ice Cream! and Movies!  Anyone?


Eat ice-cream and watch movies

There’ll be lots of fun with carnival activities, live music, booths with fairness partners*  and the infamous ‘Vermonster’ Challenge, where  teams compete to finish a huge bucket of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream.

The there will also be a free movie screening for  Charlie and the Chocolate Factory from 7.30pm onward

2.00 -10.00 pm Saturday, 12 October 2013
$$$: Admission is Free
Where: The Promontory @ Marina Bay,  11 Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018940, Singapore

More about Chunk Feast 2013

*Ben & Jerry’s Fairness partners for ChunkFest 2013  include Blessings in A Bag, Dyslexia Association of Singapore, Project Happy Feet

1. Blessings in A Bag

Blessings in a Bag is a non-profit project that seeks to partner with existing communities, orphanages, schools, homes as well as initiatives to provide for the needs of underprivileged, abused and medically-ill children across Asia. (Visit for more information)

2. Chris’ Café @ The Hub

Part of The HUB Singapore, a platform for people who use entrepreneurial ideas to create sustainable impact, Chris café also provide barista training for those looking to upgrade their skill sets and support various causes. At ChunkFest 2013, Chris’ Café will be supporting Milaap, a social enterprise specialising in online micro-lending for those who need a little help. (Visit for more information)

3. Dyslexia Association of Singapore

The Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS) promotes a fair playing field for children in their education -provide professional support and remediation services to preschoolers and school-aged kids who have learning  differences including dyslexia. We give children an academic hope and strive for an inclusive society in Singapore. (Visit for more information)

4. Kerbside Gourmet

Kerbside Gourmet is Singapore’s first gourmet food truck with a social vision. As a registered member of the Social Enterprise Association, Kerbside Gourmet aims to turn part of their profits to feed the less privileged in Singapore, operating on a “Buy-One-Give-One” model. (Visit for more information)

5. Project Happy Feet

Project Happy Feet is a non-profit organisation that empowers lives through education and training, so as to alleviate poverty. Run entirely by volunteers, Project Happy Feet supports numerous locally-managed education and training related programmes benefitting underprivileged children in Singapore, Cambodia, Vietnam and Nepal through innovative fund-raising events like Project Happy Feet Slipper Race, a non-competitive 3-5km walk in slippers. (Visit for more information)


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