Spread the festive cheer!
Fourth year in the running, Just An Extra Chair is something that we want to do for you. We want to connect people who have nowhere to go during festive seasons such as Chinese New Year, Hari Raya, and Deepavali, with people who have an extra place (or maybe five) at their dining table.
Ramadan — the most important month of the Muslim calendar, leading up to Hari Raya Aidilfitri is here. We know that some of you are curious about fasting and the Hari Raya celebrations, and some of you are excited to share about your culture and customs, so we’re bringing back Just An Extra Chair!
If you are open to hosting some guests over at your house for Hari Raya, please be in touch. If you’d like to find out more about Muslim culture, please sign up too. We will match you up with someone and get you acquainted so you can have a great time together.
An artifact of our hurried city life is that people don’t usually get a chance to stop and look at someone in the eyes, let alone have a proper conversation. We want to spread some cheers and create real, meaningful connection among people.
People who know they will be spending the festive occasion alone can sign up as guests. We will match you up with people who have offered to share a meal. When you fill up the form, tell us a little about yourself and the dinner party (for hosts) so we can find you a good match.
15 and 16 June, Lunch or Dinner
22 and 23 June, Lunch or Dinner
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