In collaboration with the United Christian Nethersole Community Health Service, the teaching staff and students of Higher Diploma in Nutrition and Food Management has joined the “Health Promotion Programme” under the Special Olympics organisation. Special Olympics has become the largest global public health organisation dedicated to serving people with intellectual disabilities. This programme aims to offer free health services for the underserved. During that day, staff and students together provided the participants nutrition assessment, dietary consultation as well as fun games. The students had the opportunity to practice what they have learnt from lectures and served the underprivileged. It was indeed a great learning experience outside the classroom.