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The 'SG United Digital Appreciation Board' lets you share your well wishes with those who have helped Singapore get through COVID-19.

Know of someone who has inspired you with their tireless efforts to help Singapore with our fight against COVID-19? You can leave them an encouraging note via the 'SG United Digital Appreciation Board' to continue spurring them on.

Launched by the Ministry of Community, Culture and Youth (MCCY), the digital appreciation board hopes to encourage Singaporeans to continue showing their appreciation and support to our everyday heroes, even as we transit out of the circuit breaker.

The easy-to-use digital appreciation board lets you write simple messages for frontline staff and essential workers from various sectors, such as food & beverage, transportation and hospitality.

You can even leave notes of appreciation for those within your own communities - family, friends, colleagues, and even neighbours - to spread some cheer as we continue to stay safe and resilient during these challenging times.

As we leave you with some heartwarming messages from the digital appreciation board, head here to submit your own messages.

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PHOTO CREDITS: SCREENSHOTS FROM SG UNITED

BANNER AND TEASER PHOTO CREDIT: ANDREA PIACQUADIO VIA PEXELS, SCREENSHOT FROM SG UNITED

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