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Help 8 Residents Raise 100k for the Home. Do continue to donate towards 5 mil needed.
by St. John's Home For Elderly Persons
/A BIG THANK YOU to all donors who enabled us to hit our targeted $100K! To complete the project, we still need $5 million more. Do kindly continue to spread the word and support./ We are a team of eight residents, aged 66 to 90, from St. John's Home For Elderly Persons which is located at 69 Wan Tho Ave. We took up the challenge of helping our Home raise $100,000, as part of the funds to build our new Home. Though not savvy in digital media, we shot this video entirely on our own using mobile phone! Please take 3 minutes to check out the video and support our effort to raise funds for our new Home by donating generously. Our Home needs to raise about a total of another $5 Million for our new building project! (St John's Home for Elderly Persons has occupied 69 Wan Tho Avenue since the beginning. The lease on the land expired on 31 Dec 2015. We are very grateful to be able to secure a fresh 30-year lease beginning on 1 January 2016 for 3,300sqm, a part of the 12,000sqm of land we have long occupied. Thanks to the support of many well wishers, we are on our way to building a new Home to care for existing and new residents. We will have the Groundbreaking Ceremony on 1 Sep 2018 and our new Home is slated to be ready by end 2020).
Anglican High School Raises Funds For Lombok
by Singapore Red Cross Society
In light of the numerous earthquakes in Lombok, Indonesia, a group of 15 Secondary 3s from Anglican High School have banded together to raise funds for the disaster and to help all those who have suffered in the unfortunate event. Natural disasters are unexpected but deadly, and it has hit our dearest innocent neighbors who have suffer the consequences of this fatal earthquake in Lombok. As of 10 August, the earthquakes have caused approximately 319 deaths, 27000 people to be displaced, 1000 people severely injured and thousands of people are in desperate need of clean water, food, medicine and shelter. Here's how you can help! Simply make your donations here and you can help aid the disaster! Your generous donations are greatly appreciated, a little help goes a long way in changing the lives and future of many. We sincerely hope to seek support from families, friends and teachers. All proceeds will go to the Singapore Red Cross Society to provide aid and support to the residents in Lombok.
by Cat Welfare Society
The demand for sterilisation has grown. In 2017, we sterilised 5837 cats. This year, the budgeted figure is 6500, 700 more than the year before. We urgently need to raise $50,000 to help us with our sterilisation efforts for the rest of the year. With your support, the number of cats put to sleep has been less than 900 annually in the last 2 years -- a far cry from what it was in the early 2000's where as many as 10,000 cats were culled every year. Help us continue to keep this figure low through supporting our sterilisation programmes.
Lombok Earthquake Response - Public Appeal
by Singapore Red Cross Society
Lombok Earthquake - Singapore Red Cross sends aid, deploys relief teams. Singapore, 6 August 2018 - In response to the 6.9-magnitude earthquake in Lombok, Indonesia, Singapore Red Cross (SRC) will extend S$50,000 in humanitarian aid for the affected communities. The contribution will fund the purchase and distribution of relief items, including mats, blankets and support disaster recovery efforts. SRC has launched a public fundraising appeal to support the affected communities in Lombok, Indonesia. Indonesian Red Cross (Palang Merah Indonesia "PMI") teams are assisting with first aid and emergency supplies. SRC remains in close contact with PMI and its partners in Indonesia, and plans to deploy a response team to conduct ground assessments and support relief distribution. Separately, SRC's volunteers in West Lombok will distribute medical supplies and blankets in the next few days. Mr Benjamin William, Secretary General and CEO of Singapore Red Cross, said, "The full extent of the devastation is still unknown at this point, with some affected areas yet to be reached by rescuers. Our priority is to support the efforts of the Indonesian Red Cross, and to support them with resources so that they can expand their outreach." Please note that donations to overseas efforts are not tax deductible. Thank you very much for your donations!
A Heart For Our Pioneers In Need
by Methodist Welfare Services
As we celebrate our nation's 53rd birthday, let us remember the pioneer generation who toiled to build Singapore but are now in dire need of care and support. Left behind, and now frail, impoverished, and alone, they are unable to enjoy the fruits of their labour. Finding Peace And Joy Mr Wong Yoen watched the bombs drop on Singapore during World War 2 when he was a teenager, and traversed the world as a sailor and fisherman in his adulthood. In his twilight days, the centenarian is content with peaceful living at MWS Nursing Home - Yew Tee, a place he called home since August 2017. The 98-year-old suffers from chronic kidney disease and hypertension with congestive heart failure. Having stayed in other nursing homes before, Mr Wong says he feels the happiest here. "I like the daily exercises, and the physiotherapy sessions are very helpful for my knee pain." Alone But Lonely No More Life had been difficult for 67-year-old Mdm Cathy Niew. As a young widow, she had to take on strenuous housekeeping jobs to support her only child. Upon retirement, she grappled with chronic and severe pain issues. Things improved when she joined MWS SAC - Teck Ghee Vista in December 2016. Although she uses a walking stick, she visits the centre daily and participates in regular fitness activities. She is also very appreciative of the centre staff, who would send her home in a wheelchair when she's too weak to walk. "I'm glad there's someone in the neighbourhood looking out for me."
Lombok Earthquake 2018 Relief
by Mercy Relief
At 7.46pm on Sunday, 5 August 2018, a 6.9 magnitude earthquake had struck Indonesia's Lombok Island killing more than 80 people and injuring hundreds. Thousands of houses are damaged due to the disaster, the National Disaster Mitigation Agency said in a statement on Monday. Mercy Relief, Singapore's leading independent disaster relief agency, will be conducting the first phase of emergency relief operations and is working with its ground partners to ascertain the urgent needs of the disaster survivors. Donate to Mercy Relief to help these affected communities in Lombok. Photo credits: AFP
Swim for Rheum 2018 - # SingHealth Senior Management Team # - In support of Systemic Sclerosis
by SGH Health Development Fund
More than just aches and pains, many Rheumatological conditions occur when the immune system is no longer your friend and starts attacking major organs (e.g. joints, heart, lungs, kidneys, gut, skin, brain and nerves). In Singapore, close to 600,000 people suffer from Rheumatological conditions. Some of these can be life-threatening. Singapore General Hospital's Department of Rheumatology & Immunolology is organising a public awareness and fundraising event, "Swim for Rheumatology! 2018" on 15 September 2018. Join us by raising awareness on Rheumatological conditions and raising funds in support of Rheumatology research. We would be most grateful if you could support our cause by making a donation. Net proceeds raised from this event will go towards the Reverie Rheumatology Research Fund (endowed) in support of research initiatives in five Rheumatological conditions - Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Systemic Sclerosis, Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Spondyloarthritis. Funds raised will be used to expedite and fund novel research that will make an impact to patients' health. With our team of dedicated clinician-scientists, clinicians and research support professionals, we hope to accelerate discoveries and uncover cures to improve the lives of patients suffering from these conditions.
The Enabling Fund Gala 2018 Online Campaign
by SG Enable Ltd.
The Enabling Fund Gala 2018 Online Campaign is organised in conjunction with the inaugural benefit dinner by SG Enable, to raise donations for TODAY Enable Fund and iC2 PrepHouse in support of persons with disabilities such as children and youth with vision impairment. We welcome support through table purchases or cash donations of any willing amount. If you would like to enquire about table purchases, we are contactable at [email protected] _________________________________ About the TODAY Enable Fund TODAY Enable Fund (TEF) was set up by Fund Patron ESM Goh Chok Tong in December 2016 to provide financial assistance to persons with disabilities to meet last mile needs and better integrate them into the society. TEF also supports efforts that enhance education and employment prospects of persons with disabilities. SG Enable (SGE), an agency dedicated to helping people with disabilities, is the fund administrator. TODAY is the media partner. About iC2 PrepHouse iC2 PrepHouse is a charitable organisation and the only resource centre in Singapore that provides comprehensive programmes for children and youth with visual impairment. Programmes include Early Intervention, Braille Instruction, Assistive Technology, Functional Skills, and Orientation and Mobility. iC2 PrepHouse aims to empower and enable children and youth with visual impairment to live confidently and independently.
Gala Dinner 2018: In aid of our Building Fund
by St. John's Home For Elderly Persons
Toteboard will match partially the funds raised for this event! Come and join us for a night of fun over an 8-course Chinese dinner and stage performances. Let our residents and volunteers bring you a series of performances that will surely stir up fond and cheerful memories! The Gala Dinner is held in aid of our building fund. We need a new home as the existing land lease has expired. The construction will begin in September 2018. Date and Time: Saturday, 25th August 2018 at 7.00pm Venue: Jubilee Garden Restaurant @ SAFRA Toa Payoh Ballrooms B and C. 293 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, #03-01, Singapore 319387 Guest-of-Honour: Mr Sitoh Yih Pin, MP for Potong Pasir We seek your support to buy a table or a seat for the Gala Dinner 2018. Your help is crucial to help make a new Home for our residents a reality!
Laos Floods Response - Public Appeal
by Singapore Red Cross Society
Singapore Red Cross launches public appeal, sends humanitarian aid to affected communities - Commits S$50,000 in relief supplies - first aid, blankets, mats - Volunteer team has arrived for assessment, relief distribution Singapore, 25 July 2018 - Responding to the heavy rain and flooding that caused the sudden hydropower dam collapse in Southeast Laos on Monday evening, Singapore Red Cross (SRC) has launched a public fundraising appeal, and will pledge S$50,000 in humanitarian aid to affected communities. The donations will fund the purchase and distribution of relief items, including first aid supplies, blankets and mats for survivors, as well as, other disaster relief and recovery efforts. Singapore Red Cross is working closely with Lao Red Cross Society (LRCS) to dispatch a three-person advance team on Thursday, 26 July. Comprising experienced Red Cross volunteers trained in disaster management, the team will deliver relief supplies to an estimated 1,000 families, and conduct ground assessments to determine urgent and mid-term needs. Laos Floods Response Donations can be made via this campaign, or at Red Cross House, 15 Penang Lane, Singapore 238486, during office hours (Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm). Cheques can be made payable to "Singapore Red Cross Society" and posted to the above address. Please leave your name, postal address and indicate "Laos Flood 2018" at the back of your cheque. Donations to overseas efforts are not tax-deductible.
Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS): Charity Dinner 2018
by Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore
Charity Dinner 2018 is one of the major fundraising events for Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS). All donations raised during this event directly benefit our children with cerebral palsy and related disabilities. A dinner with a cultural twist, the CPAS Charity Dinner 2018 will feature our local Peranakan culture. It will be held on Saturday, 25 August 2018 at Marina Bay Sands, from 6pm to 9pm. We are pleased to have Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) and Coordinating Minister for National Security, Mr Teo Chee Hean, as our Guest of Honour (GOH). We aim to fundraise an amount of $200,000 which would be channeled to our various programs. If you wish to support CPAS by purchasing a table / seats or know of someone who wishes to donate to our cause, please email us at [email protected] or call 6585 5602. You may also download our registration form: http://bit.ly/CDreg2018 All donations are eligible for tax exemption up to 2.5 times. HELP US DO MORE! YOU HAVE A PART TO PLAY! Find out more about CPAS! http://cpas.org.sg/ Connect with CPAS! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cerebralpalsysg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cerebralpalsysg/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cerebralpalsysg/