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Urgent Funds Required For Move To New Government-Built Facility In Sungei Tengah
by Animal Lovers League
In March 2018, we will be moving to a Government-built facility in Sungei Tengah called 'Animal Lodge'. The construction and setting in our new premises will be different from our present open concept shelter in that our dogs and cats will be in flatted-two-storey buildings in kennel enclosures. We require $351,000 to manage the costs of making this move. Firstly, we have a total of 10 units; each unit comprises of five kennels, four store rooms, flexi-areas and quarantine and prep rooms. We have to engage contractors to carry out fit-out works involving the building of steel enclosures, gates, fencing and partitions, along with the installation of piping and electrical appliances like ceiling & exhaust fans, lights, fittings and equipment. Expected cost is $20,000 - $25,000 per unit; and an estimated $250,000, if not more, in total. Secondly, $66,000 has to be paid to our present landlord for extended TOL (Temporary Occupancy Licence) from January to March 2018, before we move to the 'Animal Lodge' in March 2018. A 3-month deposit totalling $35,000 may be required by AVA. This will be confirmed in due course.
A CHRISTMAS APPEAL FOR ANIMALS
*Gift A Miracle for Wildlife!* We are officially opening our new and improved 624 square-metre sanctuary that will enhance the living conditions for our tortoises and amplify the learning experience for our visitors. We will need more equipment, more medicines, and more food. Our monthly expenses average up to $40,000 a month to do the work we do, and we do not receive government aid. We are solely dependent on your support, so please donate generously.
Give Our Patients Every Reason To Smile This Festive Season
by Care for the Elderly Foundation (Singapore)
Give our patients every reason to smile this festive season. That many kind and generous souls still exist. Your generous donation will enable us to continue providing a holistic home care service that brings hope, joy and smiles to our frail and immobile elderly patients. May the festive season give you every reason to rejoice as well as bring smiles to others such as our patients. Kindly donate if you can and/or share this appeal with others. "To receive is joy, to give is love."
Share the Love / Advent 2017
by Janet Ang for Caritas Singapore Community Council - The CSCC Agape Fund
Christmas is a time for giving and receiving, a time to remember others less fortunate than ourselves. This holiday season, you can make a difference to the lives of our beneficiaries. For every $10 donated, you will help to support the 25 charitable organisations of Caritas Singapore, who work to help those who are less fortunate in our society: the poor, families in crisis, migrant workers, delinquents, the disabled and others. These organisations provide hope, care and love. They make a difference to the lives of many, who otherwise, would be struggling and facing many difficulties in our society today. We hope you will join us to bring some Christmas cheer to at least 500 of our friends in need.
by Methodist Welfare Services
At MWS, every step towards positive change taken by our beneficiaries is akin to a little miracle. In the past year, we have assisted stroke victim Mr Ang in his quest to walk again, and helped debt-ridden single mum Madam Noorridah achieve her dream of saving money. Their stories are just two of the thousands of little miracles made possible with your giving. Please partner us to support the poor and needy in taking small and steady steps towards positive change.
Share-A-Pot @ Agape Village
by Caritas Singapore Community Council - The CSCC Agape Fund
This Christmas, please support the Share-A-Pot @ Agape Village (SAP @ AV) programme. Share-A-Pot @ Agape Village is an exercise and healthy living programme, organised in collaboration with Yishun Health-National Health Care Group, aimed to build brawn, brain and bonds through broth. Share-A-Pot @ Agape Village is a volunteer-run programme that brews up nutritious soup, meaningful fun and fitness activities for seniors in our community! An average of about 120 senior citizens attend the weekly programme. Agape Village, is an integrated social service hub that welcomes all regardless of race and religion. Caritas charities and social service organisations operating at Agape Village provides access to financial assistance, counselling, therapy, respite care, free legal aid and skills training. Programmes at AV include youth outreach, day activities for adults with special needs and child protection programmes.
In Memory of Dr Wong Yu Yi
by SMA CHARITY FUND
In Memory of Dr Wong Yu Yi, who passed on peacefully in pursuit of her passion for diving on 6th Sept 2017, in Blue Lagoon, Bali. The National University of Singapore, Faculty of Medicine Class of 1993, have set up this page on behalf of friends and colleagues who knew Dr Wong, in support of the SMA Charity Fund. Dr Wong was a kind, caring and thoughtful person who always gave her best for her patients and for the medical profession. Her legacy will be passed on to future generations of doctors through the spirit of giving. Donations made towards SMA Charity Fund in Memory of Dr Wong Yu Yi will go directly to underprivileged medical students, supporting their basic living needs, to give them more time and opportunity to concentrate on their studies. Thank you for your love and support.
by Autobahn Motors (s) Pte Ltd for Playeum Ltd
Last Friday before Giving Week, through the NVPC, Autobahn Motors A.K.A ABM (Whom recently made news internationally by innovating the world's first luxury car vending machine - https://goo.gl/w8t4LV ) met PLAYEUM. ABM shared with Playeum about the idea of sponsoring a classic Volkswagen Beetle to get as many people to leave their fingerprint on the Car to create a piece of collaborative art to raise funds and awareness for Playeum. Playeum is a non-profit that promotes children's voices and learning through open-ended, unstructured, child-led play. Playeum (www.playeum.com) carries out its social mission through the Children's Centre for Creativity at Gillman Barracks, teacher training, outreach and design of learning and play spaces and community work with children from marginalised backgrounds. This guerilla idea is ground-up, self organised, community and social network driven. Anyone can just come leave your mark on this limited edition car, or just come and volunteer , ta pao donuts, bring water, OR also importantly, donate here if you can, or just help make this viral. JOIN US in this Fingerprint Beetle campaign to raise funds for PLAYEUM 100 Selegie Road 29th Nov onwards 10-5 pm #supportplayeum #fingerprintbeetle #emergencyart #artofeverything Also look out for a series of unplanned lastminutedotcom campaigns of 10 weeks to promote Emergency Arts and the Art of Everything from 11 Dec 2017 at this location. Keep a look out!!! #supportthearts
Chairs for Charity 2017
by Geraldine Gan for Club Rainbow (Singapore)
Chairs for Charity is a creative art project involving mixed-media and hand-painting on little wooden stools to raise funds for Charity. Started in 2013 in Shanghai China, the first edition saw 18 creative stools painted in a time span of one year and raised over 2000 USD for Make-a-Wish International in the form of a charity auction. Inspiration of the chairs came from everything in our environment, such as events, objects and people. Chairs for Charity Workshop This year in Singapore, Chairs for Charity invites you to join us in our workshop from 15 - 17 December to paint your very own chair for charity. The organization you will be supporting is Club Rainbow, a dedicated team that provides compassionate services to chronically ill children and their families. At the workshop, you will be provided with all art materials, some design templates to choose from and artistic guidance if you require any. You are also free to customize and create any design you like! Regardless of your experience or level of artistic creativity, you can participate in this meaningful activity and bring your master piece home while supporting a charity in this season of giving. Important: Due to limited workshop slots, please register your interest via this link to check for vacancy: http://www.christmaswonderland.sg/attractions/festive-workshops
A Christmas Unlike Others
by Assisi Hospice
Assisi Hospice will be celebrating our annual Christmas Light Up with our patients and families on 1 Dec 2017. For the family of Mdm Wong, this will be their first Christmas without her around. Mdm Wong, an Assisi patient who suffered from Stage 4 cancer and her husband who had multiple aliments and chronic pain , travelled around in his motorized scooter, can only relied on odd jobs to make a living. When she was referred to Assisi Hospice, we supported the family financially by seeing to their meals and reimbursed Mr Tan for the transport and providing assistance to cover the hospital bill. When Mdm Wong wanted to spend her last days, the team saw to the arrangements that she is well cared for at home and she was able to have her last words with her mother and sister before she passed away peacefully on 16 September 2017. Please help us to make this Christmas a meaning one for our patients as this may be their last Christmas they have to spend with their love ones.
SOS (Save our Shakespeare) Campaign
by Singapore Repertory Theatre
GOOD NEWS! Together with the donations we received via cheque ($13,102.10), we have hit around 67% of our fundraising target of $100,000! It has encouraged us to take the bold decision to go ahead with another Shakespeare in the Park production in 2018. THE NOT-SO-GOOD NEWS So with just $67,135.10, we are guaranteed to end this production in the red. But we feel compelled to carry on, anyway. WHY WE ARE DOING IT ANYWAY Our loyal Shakespeare in the Park fans expressed disappointment when we announced our forced hiatus. For them, for the theatre professionals who work with us and to continue contributing to Singapore's vibrant arts calendar with world-class theatre, we have decided to go ahead with another production. Come May 2018 you will be treated to an exciting, reimagining of Julius Caesar. KEEP THE SUPPORT COMING! We still have a long way to go. So please spread the word to family, friends and colleagues to help us reach our $100,000 target and keep Shakespeare in the Park alive. Any amount you donate will be gratefully accepted, but do note that should you donate $200 or more, you will be eligible for 250% tax benefits.