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by NUHS Fund Limited
Managed by NUHS Fund Limited, NUHkids Fund raises monies for financially disadvantaged children seeking treatment at the Khoo Teck Puat - National University Children's Medical institute (KTP-NUCMI) at the National University Hospital (NUH). Our Vision: To enable all children and youth to achieve good health and well-being regardless of their financial circumstances. Our Mission: To help children and adolescents who require financial assistance for their medical treatment. For more information, please visit: https://www.nuh.com.sg/our-services/Specialties/Paediatrics/Pages/NUHkids-Fund.aspx
Give Them The Reason To Celebrate
by Methodist Welfare Services
The year-end festive season is a special time for many, but it can feel very different for the people we serve. The festive season is an especially challenging time for isolated seniors who live alone and low income families who cannot afford what most parents would do, buy gifts for their children. Mdm Tan and her husband, Mr Lim, are on our MWS Family Development Programme (FDP). 2 years ago, they owed over $3,000 from items bought on instalment from an appliance store, and more than $1,000 of housing arrears, on top of their utilities, telco, and Town Council debts. Their younger daughter, Fen, suffered from meningitis when she was a baby, leaving her with health issues throughout her young life. The family of 4 survived on Mr Lim's monthly gross salary of $1,800 as a kitchen assistant. The young couple felt like they were drowning in debt, but the bills kept coming. Today, they have cleared their debts and are finally saving. Mr Lim has also secured a better paying job. For the first time, the family has money left at the end of the month which they faithfully save in the bank. Each dollar saved is matched with $2 from MWS FDP, and they have also picked up some financial planning skills. This Christmas, these parents are finally able to afford gifts for their 2 daughters, Fen, now 4, and Lin, now 7. Mdm Tan's family was given the reason to celebrate this festive season. The reason is hope. Your giving can turn helplessness into hope. Thank you for your generosity.
Gift a meal to at-risk youth
by Trybe Limited
For a lot of us, work and busyness in our lives often takes time away from our family. Taking it slow and having family meals together strengthen our ties, keep us connected, and help cultivate values. But for many of Trybe's disadvantaged and at-risk youth clients, having a meal together with their family not only means physical nourishment, but psychological and emotional as well. For these youth, who may come from complex backgrounds, shared mealtimes may be a first step in restoring relationships between them and their families. This Chinese New Year season, be an advocate for restoration through giving. Support building stronger family bonds by gifting at-risk youth with a special family time together today. All proceeds will go towards family-client related programmes and activities in Trybe that actively carve quality time for the youth and their loved ones. For cheque donations, please visit https://www.trybe.org/donate/cheque/
Share-A-Pot [email protected] Village
by Caritas Singapore Community Council - The Caritas Singapore Agape Fund
The Share-A-Pot programme has been running at Agape Village for over 3 years. This programme, which is free of charge, brings together more than 200 seniors and 60 volunteers weekly to enjoy various social and health benefits beyond a simple soup meal and fitness activities which have extended into strong friendships and community bonding! Join us in bringing joy, meaning and companionship to the lives of the seniors through our Share-A-Pot programme by donating to this worthy cause. All donations are eligible for 250% tax deduction. We thank you for your generous support!
Help Save Sight
by SNEC Fund
Sight is by far the most important among our sense organs for survival and leading a meaningful life. Yet its significance is often underestimated until one's vision is affected. Your support of SNEC Fund /VisionSave offers a valuable means for patients battling eye diseases to save their sight and amplify our efforts in advancing eye care through medical innovation, education and research. Make a donation today and give someone the precious gift of sight.
Australian Bushfire Emergency Response
by Singapore Red Cross Society
Singapore Red Cross launches public appeal; sends aid to communities affected by Australian Bushfire emergency Singapore, 6 January 2020 - In response to the catastrophic bushfires that are affecting communities in Australia, the Singapore Red Cross (SRC) will launch a public fundraising appeal, and in the first instance, pledged S$50,000 in humanitarian aid to support affected communities. SRC's contribution and all donations raised will go towards supporting the humanitarian efforts by the Australian Red Cross, for the relief and recovery of survivors. Touted the worst wildfires Australia has seen in decades, the fires, burning since September, have intensified over the past week. As of 5 January, the death toll has hit 24 across the nation, with more than 60,000 sq km of land burned and more than 1,300 houses destroyed.
Chinese New Year 2020 Appeal
by Causes For Animals (Singapore) Limited
This Chinese New Year, while enjoying feasts and reunions with family & friends, do help us help the less fortunate senior folks in homes, foreign workers & street/shelter animals in need. Our animals have no families & homes to call their own but the very least we can do is keep them safe, healthy & full. Here at CAS, we believe in reaching out to others in our community to make this world a better place for all. Part of the proceeds will be given to Ju Eng Home for senior citizens and TWC2 (Transient Workers Count Too).
Feed Our Jurong Island Dogs
by Save Our Street Dogs
Other than vet fees, one of SOSD's largest expense is on dog food. In our shelter at Sungei Tengah, we have an average of 80 dogs at any one time, and that uses up approximately 3 large bags of food PER DAY! However, these are not the only dogs that we feed. Together with Noah's Ark Cares, SOSD runs a Trap-Neuter-Release-Manage programme on Jurong Island (JI). With 200 dogs in our JI shelter, and another 150 strays that we feed, feeding the dogs on JI is quite a feat. Just for JI alone, SOSD needs to fork out an average of $4500 each month, even after huge discounts from suppliers. Due to strict regulations on the island, members of the public are not allowed to feed the stray dogs. Thus, it falls back fully on our staff to go around the island to feed them on a daily basis, rain or shine. We need your help to continue feeding these dogs, and to continue caring for all the dogs under SOSD's care. From now till 31 March 2020, all your donations will be matched dollar-for-dollar through the $200M Bicentennial Community Fund (BCF), up to a cap of $400,000. So do make your donations soon to maximize your contribution! Find out more here: https://www.mccy.gov.sg/about-us/news-and-resources/press-statements/2019/mar/$200m-bicentennial-community-fund-to-boost-efforts-of-ipcs-and-grow-sg-cares We hope to raise $15000, to cover the food cost incurred from January to March. Please donate if you can, and help us share the message with your friends and family. Thank you!
Jakarta Flood 2020
by Mercy Relief
Massive floods marked the first day of the new year in Jakarta after torrential rain pounded the capital and its nearby towns. The floods with flow depth ranging from 0.2m-2.5m have caused power outages and road closures, as well as several localised landslides. The total number of deaths has climbed to 66 and is expected to continue rising. More than 18 million people are reported to be affected by this devastation with over 173,000 displaced and in urgent need of clean water, food, medical care and shelter. Together with a local NGO, Mercy Relief will commence our first phase of relief operations through the distribution of solar lights, hot meal & clean water to the affected communities in Jakarta Metropolitan Area. We call for an urgent appeal for donations to reach our initial crowdfunding goal of $50,000 to bring the much-needed aid to the affected communities. Disasters show no mercy but you can. Donate now. *Donations for foreign purposes are NOT eligible for tax-deductions. Photo credits: (Reuters) / (Reuters) / (AFP/Rezas) / (AP images)
Facebook Singapore x Willing Hearts
by Melissa Lim for Willing Hearts
The Lunar New Year is one of the most important events in the Chinese calendar. For those of us who celebrate, it is a time of reunion with family and friends exchanging mandarin oranges and enjoying a delicious meal together. Let's extend our celebrations to the community supported by Willing Hearts - a soup kitchen that prepares, cooks and distributes about 5,000 daily meals to over 40 locations island wide, every single day. Beneficiaries include the elderly, the disabled, low income families, children from single parent families or otherwise poverty stricken families, and migrant workers in Singapore. Willing Hearts will be expanding their kitchen operations and plan to serve 3x more needy people. Your donations will go a long way in feeding the needy people in our country.
by Christian Outreach to the Handicapped
Staffs and caregivers to organisation are important to our sustainability in serving the adults intellectual disability. (our clients). Finding and attracting the right person are alway a challenge. We would like all DONORS and all PARTNERS together, taking this time to show our appreciation to ALL OUR COH STAFFS AND CAREGIVERS. With your generous donation, COH would like to present every staffs and caregivers a rewards for their labor of love. Join us in the giving and rewarding all our staffs and caregivers. We want to say to them "We Appreciate Your Passion and Hardwork" in working at Christian Outreach to the Handicapped. You have filled the organisation with your love and you mark a great start for 2020. Thank You.