A New Guinness World Record sets again by Hayley for Charity
Emerging as the champion in iFly Singapore’s charity initiative, the local star has clinched top prize, walking away with $10,000 cash and $5,000 worth of flight vouchers for Club Rainbow (Singapore)
SINGAPORE, 27 June 2014 – iFly Singapore’s inaugural charity initiative and the world’s first online indoor skydiving YouTube Reality Series, So You Think You Can Fly, culminated in an extraordinary finale event yesterday evening! Hayley Woo Jiayi took the top honours and was crowned the champion, winning $10,000 in cash and $5,000 worth of iFly Singapore Flight vouchers. Dr Jia Jia was awarded the social media winner, winning $2,000 in cash and $5,000 in flight vouchers. The rest of the personalities, Randall Tan, Munah and May did not walk away empty handed as they too received flight vouchers worth $5,000 for the selected beneficiaries on top of the invaluable experience, taking part in the charity initiative.
Hayley has won $10,000 in cash, and $5,000 worth of flight vouchers at iFly Singapore that will be donated entirely to Club Rainbow (Singapore). iFly Singapore’s charity campaign and online celebrity YouTube series was the first reality series regarding indoor skydiving in the world. It followed 5 Singaporean celebrities and YouTube stars transition from amateur indoor skydivers into proficient flyers, to compete for SGD $37,000 worth of cash and prizes for their selected charities.
The five personalities, Randall Tan, Hayley Woo, May, Dr Jia Jia and Munah selected beneficiaries with causes close to their hearts. A mature and talented individual, Hayley was motivated to win So You Think You Can Fly for Club Rainbow (Singapore). Growing up, she was exposed to children and friends from less fortunate backgrounds and she’s always explored different ways to provide support to segment in society. Perpetually grateful for her blessings, Hayley was determined that she was to try her best in So You Think You Can Fly for Club Rainbow Singapore and win the grand prize and flight vouchers for the children in their support networks. She has managed to single-handedly raise $10,000 in cash for the cause and an additional $5,000 worth of flight vouchers that will be donated to the organisation. These flights will be used by patients, caregivers in Club Rainbow (Singapore) network and for the support staff’s benefit