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Charities Week 2019
by Caritas Singapore Community Council - The Caritas Singapore Agape Fund
The practice of almsgiving, together with prayer and penance in Lent goes back to the time of the Early Christian communities. Prayer and fasting draws us closer to God. The Catholic Charities Week Appeal of 2019 presents us with this opportunity to share our material wealth with the poor and vulnerable. All proceeds will go to our Catholic charities in areas that include: No or low-income individuals and families Vulnerable families, children and youth-at-risk Persons with disabilities and mental illness Vulnerable seniors Big or small, every cent counts. Collectively, your individual gifts will enable our Catholic charities to continue running their programmes and services for our brothers and sisters in need. Your donation will support the work of the Caritas family to partner the poor and vulnerable in our community. All Donations are eligible for 250% tax deduction.
Help Astrid Walk Again
by Save Our Street Dogs
It's been 3 months since little Astrid was found at a construction site with severe injuries. Her bones were broken and protruded out of her skin. She would've died if we had been a few hours late in rescuing her. She was referred to an emergency clinic who specializes in treating cases like Astrid's. We were hopeful that Astrid would not only survive - the vets had recommended several complicated surgeries, in hopes to not only save her life, but also save both the legs that she had broken. The last 3 months has been gruelling, with some good days and some bad days. Some days it had seemed like amputation of one of the legs was necessary, but the vets had pressed on with treatment, in hopes of giving Astrid the best quality of life in future. With such horrendous injuries, infection was something that had to be manage carefully. Just as she's getting better on her legs on some days, another surgery was necessary to remove the plates to reduce the risk of infection. Due to the complexity of the treatment, Astrid had to be warded at the hospital this entire time. It's a huge sum of money, but we know it will be worth it, the day Astrid recovers fully and is able to walk comfortably on all fours without needing assistance. Astrid is just 9 months old, and has already been to the brink of death and back. This wouldn't have been possible if not for you, our amazing supporters. We would like to appeal for your help once more, so that we're able to pay for her medical bills.
Help Feed Dogs on Jurong Island For A Month
by Siew Tuck Wah for Save Our Street Dogs
On 14 May 2019, I turn 40 years of age. And I am hoping that you can help me out, not to celebrate my birthday or buy presents, but to fill the bellies of 400 homeless dogs - on an island tucked away, unseen by most Singaporeans. The Jurong Island Trap, Neuter and Release project was a landmark project in so many ways when it was started in end 2014. For the first time, management of stray dogs on the heavy-industrial island was entrusted to animal welfare groups. We would sterilise the dogs for humane population control, rather than culling. Despite the huge commitment, we took it on we it was a chance to finally let the 400 dogs on the island live. Today, most of the dogs have been sterilised, but our work is far from complete. Today, staff from SOSD and NAC spend gruelling days under the elements, rain or shine, 7 days a week. It is an intense responsibility, requiring not only money, but also effort, passion and sweat of everyone involved. It costs about $1.60 to feed a dog day. Through this campaign, I hope to raise enough food to feed all the dogs on Jurong island - about 400 of them, for a month. This will require a total of 1800 cans of wet food, and a whooping 3500kg of dry food. The amount required, is $19,000. Please join me, on my 40th birthday, for a good cause - to keep our less fortunate fur friends, from going hungry. Thank you for your generous donations!
ADOPT A BEAR IN SUPPORT OF MEDICAL STUDENTS IN NEED
by SMA CHARITY FUND
Support Medical Students in need by adopting a bear. For every $60 donated, receive an exclusive bear in a doctor's attire and for every $1,000 donated, receive a limited edition set of 5 bears in various doctor's attires. We have only 100 sets of the limited edition set of 5 bears. Donate now in support of medical students in financial need and receive a lovely bear as a token of our appreciation. In addition, every dollar you donate will be matched dollar for dollar by the Bicentennial Community Fund! Bears will only be available for delivery to you in mid June. Thank you for your support!
Zakat Membawa Berkat
Zakat which purifies, also known as Zakat harta "zakat on wealth" is a form of alms-giving treated in Islam as a religious obligation or tax. As one of the Five Pillars of Islam, zakat is a religious obligation for all Muslims who meet the necessary criteria of wealth. It is a mandatory charitable contribution, the right of the poor to find relief from the rich and is considered to be a tax, or obligatory alms.
TTSH Charity Heritage Walk 2019: Tan Tock Seng's Journey
by TTSH Community Fund
TTSH Charity Heritage Walk 2019: Tan Tock Seng's Journey is TTSH Community Fund's inaugural heritage walk for charity. This event commemorate the hospital's 175th Anniversary and 200 years of Singapore story. The walk has been endorsed by the Singapore Bicentennial Office as part of the Singapore's Bicentennial Commemoration. Beyond nostalgia, this walk also aim to raise funds for TTSH Community Fund. You can support us by one or more of the following ways: 1. Participate in TTSH Charity Heritage Walk 2019; 2. Donate to TTSH Community Fund; 3. Fundraise for TTSH Community Fund; 4. Spread the word to your family and friends. About the walk: In 1844, Mr Tan Tock Seng donated 7,000 Spanish dollars to build the Pauper's Hospital at Pearl's Hill. Through various heritage sites along the trail starting from Pearl's Hill to present day TTSH at Novena, participants will learn about Mr Tan's life and his contributions to early Singapore. We hope to bring greater awareness of Singapore's rich history and how early merchants who made good also made great efforts to better the lives of our forefathers, who were in turn able to contribute to Singapore today. For more information, visit us at www.ttsh.com.sg/TTSHCharityHeritageWalk2019 or contact us at 6357 2500 and/or [email protected] . Follow us at https://www.facebook.com/events/666416373740860/ for the latest event updates.
CAS Charity Movie Screening 2019: The Secret Life of Pets 2
by Children's Aid Society
2019 marks the Society's 117th year supporting our community. With Melrose Home, we provide a nurturing 'home away from home' for vulnerable children and youth along with fruitful opportunities for them to learn, explore, and develop passions in life. To be able to continue providing care and protection to those in need, we seek the generous support from our community and partners. By making a small contribution, you can share your joy and help give hope for a brighter future! MOVIE SCREENING DETAILS Title: The Secret Life of Pets 2 Date: 12 June 2019 (Wed) Time: 7:10pm (Registration & ticket collection starts at 6:30pm) Venue: GV VivoCity, GVmax (1 HarbourFront Walk, #02-30, VivoCity, Singapore 098585) RSVP by: 3 June 2019 DONATION OF $50 WILL RECEIVE 1 Movie Ticket + Popcorn & Drink Combo *Donations are entitled to 250% tax deduction *All proceeds will contribute to residential care and support programmes for vulnerable children & youth at Melrose Home TICKET INFORMATION - Confirmation email will be sent once donation is received - Seating will be allocated in advance - Collection of tickets & combos will start at 6.30PM - Please inform us if you made a donation but are unable to attend the event GET IN TOUCH WITH US TO EXPLORE - Bundle of 20 tickets or more ($1,000 for 20 tickets) - Sponsorship of tickets for Melrose Home's beneficiaries to attend the movie screening CONTACT: Kelvin - [email protected] Wan Yin - [email protected]
Raising A Guide Dog @ Guide Dog Singapore
by 68Monkeys for Guide Dogs Singapore Ltd.
Guide Dogs empower the visually impaired to live an independent and fulfilling life again. Moreover guide dogs are more than just the pair of eyes for the handlers with visual impairment, they also provide for their emotional well being. With an aging population and high rates of diabetes and myopia, demand for its guide dogs program is increasing but the supply of guide dogs are not keeping up. Guide Dogs are specially bred from guide dog ancestors, and will be trained from birth on basic commands to guide dog specific commands, for about 2 years. They are then matched with a suitable blind handler, who are then further trained as a team for about 3 - 5 weeks.Each guide dog can be paired with its handler for 7-9 years. Singapore does not have the resources to have our own guide dog breeding programme and school at the moment, hence we have to import guide dogs from overseas partner schools, and get the help of instructors from overseas. But GDS has supported the training of a Guide Dog Mobility Instructor and would be able to start training guide dogs in Singapore soon. 68Monkeys aims to support the work of GDS to train more guide dogs in Singapore through this fund raising campaign.
Sponsor A Family
by Malay Youth Literary Association
Ramadan on Wheels (ROW) is a yearly initiative that provide services and joy to beneficiaries through acts of kindness, the "Gift of Giving". This year we are reaching out to more than 150 families that we hope to improve on their overall emotional, social and economic status. Your kind donations will help us to expand our services to provide: 1) Vouchers - to ease their daily household needs; 2) Befriending services to needy elderly / disabled; 3) Literacy Support Programme for children, aged 5 to 7 years old; 4) Home improvement - cleaning and painting of selected homes
NCIS Cancer Fund
by NUHS Fund Limited
Managed by NUHS Fund Limited, the National University Cancer Institute, Singapore (NCIS) Cancer Fund funds - needy cancer patients, cancer research and the education and training of healthcare professionals. The NCIS' Cancer Fund's Objectives: - To assist patients who are in financial need - To assist in the funding of relevant research in common cancers - To assist in the development of services that will enhance cancer care in Singapore - To help staff keep abreast of the advances in cancer management For more information: http://www.ncis.com.sg
Doing More With Your Gift
by Methodist Welfare Services
We serve our beneficiaries passionately every day, knowing that we have strong, unwavering support from you. Thank you for partnering us in making a difference to lives. Each dollar we receive is carefully channelled to where it is needed and can bring about the greatest impact to our beneficiaries. Mdm Julia Silveraj, 38, lost her husband to pneumonia, consequently struggling to raise her two sons alone. In the past year, she managed to save $1,800 through the MWS Family Development Programme, a debt clearance and savings matching programme. She hopes to use it to help with her sons' education. Every year, we aim to help even more families like Mdm Silveraj's. In the last 2 years, we set up 5 new MWS Senior Activity Centres, and a second nursing home, so your donation now helps 11,000 beneficiaries. With increased services, our costs have risen by 42%, resulting in a deficit of almost $1m in FY17/18. Another deficit of $2m is estimated for the past FY. Our current unrestricted reserves do not cover our operating costs for a year. MWS Bethany Nursing Home has embarked on a Care Re-Modelling programme that is expected to be completed in 2020. The re-modelling project aims to provide a home-like and dementia-friendly environment for our residents. We are opening a new Family Service Centre branch in Buangkok. The Centre needs new staff and facilities to function effectively and to better serve the families in this growing neighbourhood community.