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by Maybank Singapore for President's Challenge
Maybank Singapore CFS Team is starting the New Year by doing something Good! These are challenging times for us all and we will continue to serve our communities as best we can. Your donations will go towards 5 selected charities that support skills upgrading and employment of vulnerable groups, so that they too can fulfill their full potential in life. Together, let's Be Someone's Reason to Smile!
Ren Ci Hospital - Season of Heart & Hope
by Ren Ci Hospital
Brighten up our seniors' lives this season of love, joy & giving! An unprecedented year as we adapt to living with the coronavirus while continuing our delivery of care across our facilities. COVID-19 has altered daily routines and disrupted family interactions in our nursing homes. As we adapt to the new normal, let us not forget what this pandemic has taught us. To love, to listen, to care, to respect and to help. While every bit of our resilience during this challenging time goes to ensure that our patients, residents and clients remain safe under our care, your kind donation will go a long way to support the psychosocial needs of our nursing home residents, giving them the hope to embrace a new normal through your loving kindness and compassion. As we head towards the season of giving this Christmas and Lunar New Year 2021, you can spread heart and hope to our seniors. In return, for every donations received, the seniors will be folding heart-shaped origami for an art installation at Ren Ci Community Hospital. Let your act of giving grows the tree of heart and hope!
#HeartofSG: Step Up For A Good Cause
by Maybank Singapore for President's Challenge
At Maybank Human Capital, we care for U. We also want to be someone's reason to smile. Please support by making a donation here, which will be matched dollar-for-dollar by Maybank. To make this a fun challenge, Human Capital commits to clock in 300K steps collectively. The steps we clock will also contribute to North West CDC's Steps of Solidarity initiative, to further raise funds for North West CDC's local assistance schemes to benefit the less privileged including students, families and seniors. This means our initiative will have further impact for the community!
GIFT chronically ill children & their families HOPE to fight on
by JL KAH for Club Rainbow (Singapore)
Living with a chronic condition can be challenging for a child. In addition, there may be frequent hospital visits where the treatments and procedures can be frightening or painful. Parents, watching their child struggle physically and emotionally, can feel painful and helpless and, caring for a child with chronic illness can be draining - mentally, emotionally, physically as well as financially. Club Rainbow (Singapore) provides a comprehensive range of services in empowering and enabling children with chronic illnesses and their families through five core aspects, namely emotional support, educational support, social support, financial assistance and informational support. With your generous donation, chronically ill children and their families can receive free access to home & hospital counselling, befriender services, educational seminars and monthly food rations & essentials. The children can also attend tuition (at centre, hospital or home), therapy workshops, arts development and vocational development classes. Although their days ahead may be fraught with challenges, your kind support can certainly make the journey a little more bearable and the load on their shoulders, a little less heavy. Thank you so much for gifting chronically ill children and their families HOPE to fight on, and to achieve the best possible outcomes.
Help support the homeless in the community!
by AMKFSC Community Services
There is an increasing concern over the issue of homelessness in the community. With the COVID-19 pandemic, many such individuals and families have been chased away from open or public places. As they have fallen through the cracks, we have seen more homeless individuals and families requiring safe shelters. A service under AMKFSC, Transition Plus renders temporary shelter services for individuals and families with children who have exhausted all means of accommodation, while maintaining their security, health and safety within the environment through casework and counselling, group work and programmes. "If I am able to have a place for me to stay, I can focus more on getting a job to support me and provide for my family," said Mr Teo*. For many like Mr Teo*, a safe shelter provides a starting point for them and their families to get back on their feet. You can be the one to extend this helping hand! Donate now! Your donation will go into provision of necessities that will help to support and start-up their moving and transitional process, including home furniture and basic needs like household appliances for their new shelter. *Names have been changed to protect the beneficiary's identity
Sayang Sayang Fund
by The Community Foundation of Singapore
The Sayang Sayang Fund is a fund driven by the community to support vulnerable communities adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Fund is managed by The Community Foundation of Singapore (CFS), who works with community partners and service agencies to identify these vulnerable communities and care recipients. CFS then endeavours to ensure that no one falls by the wayside during this challenging period, by: 1. Supporting community-based emergency response funds for marginalised communities adversely affected by the COVID-19 situation. 2. Providing innovation solutions and research to better combat COVID-19. 3. Building capabilities that support charities' operational and/or business continuity processes. From small donations to large, whether an individual or corporate donor, it is your heart-warming outpouring of love that truly brings to life the community spirit of the Sayang Sayang Fund. As we slowly return to normalcy, we are keeping the campaign open for those who wish to help those vulnerable groups who still require help recovering from the challenges of the pandemic. And we thank you for your continuing support. Please visit https://www.cf.org.sg/sayangsayangfund/ for more information on the Sayang Sayang Fund. *We thank those who have supported us with their own campaigns for the Sayang Sayang Fund. To consolidate fundraising efforts, we will not be accepting anymore new individual campaigns for this Fund. Thank you.
Help the terminally ill live and leave well
by JL KAH for Assisi Hospice
Learning that one's illness is not responsive to curative medical treatment and will worsen and eventually lead to death can be traumatic and difficult to process. Assisi Hospice provides end-of-life care for patients of any race, faith and financial condition with terminal illness. Assisi Hospice serves more than 2,000 patients yearly and in 2019, helped with 20 pro bono funerals (inpatient). 48% of Assisi Hospice's patients are poorest of the poor and means tested to the lowest income level. These patients may not have years to their life, but your generosity can help them live their remaining days with less pain, less suffering, more comfort, more love and with dignity. Will you help these needy patients with terminal illness live and leave well? *Special note to a special donor: Many people are not comfortable hearing about end-of-life matters. I'm real glad you have read this far. Thank you. It is not an easy journey for the patients and their families and it is heart-warming to know that there are angels, like you, who are ready to help. Thank you so much.
Trooper's Knee Surgery
by Save Our Street Dogs
If you have been following us for a while, you might know handsome Trooper. Trooper was rescued 4 years ago, when a member of the public picked him up not too far away from our old shelter and drove him over to us. Trooper was very friendly, but was an active dog that over his time in shelter, started showing signs of guarding behavior, making him less ideal for many potential adopters. In a blink of an eye, Trooper is now 6 years old. Life in shelter meant that he didn't get sufficient exercise, and whenever volunteers took him out, he is always extremely excited, always jumping on us and kissing our faces. Some time back, we discovered that he had grade two luxating patella. We had started on some leg strengthening exercises in hopes to delay the worsening of the luxation. Unfortunately, the time has come for Trooper to have surgery, as his condition had deteriorated to grade four. At 25kgs, it is risky to fix both legs at the same time, and thus Trooper will be needing two separate surgeries, one for each leg. The total estimated costs for both legs is a whopping $9500. We hope you can help contribute to the costs of his surgery, and Trooper can be comfortable again in a few months time. Thank you so much for your support!
#HeartofSG by Maybank x President's Challenge
by President's Challenge
Centred on the spirit of giving, Maybank's Heart of Singapore (#HeartofSG) campaign seeks to unite everyone from different walks of life to empower our communities in need. To double the public's efforts, Maybank will match donations raised dollar-for-dollar up to S$180,000 for the 5 supported charities under the #HeartofSG campaign! Click on 'Fundraise Now', to create your sub-campaign and help raise funds! For fundraisers who are gifting items for donations, please make delivery arrangements outside of Giving.sg. We suggest stating your contact details in your campaign description for the donor to reach you. The supported SSAs under THE Empowering for Life Fund (ELF) for President's Challenge (PC) 2020 are: - Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS) - Muscular Dystrophy Association (Singapore) - Society for the Physically Disabled (SPD) - WE CARE Community Services - Club HEAL The #HeartofSG campaign is in line with Maybank's mission to Humanise Financial Services, shining a spotlight on those in need as they weather the onslaught of Covid-19. Maybank is dedicating donations to ELF for President's Challenge 2020 because their programmes reach out to disadvantaged groups in the areas of skills upgrading, capacity building and employment.
Room At The Table for Students with Disabilities
by SAWL Scholarship Fund
'ROOM AT THE TABLE' FOR STUDENTS WITH PHYSICAL AND INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY is a fundraising project by SAWL to raise funds for the SAWL SCHOLARSHIP FUND. The fundraising project is anchored on this music video which appeals to Singapore residents to join in and make donations to the Fund. The key lead featured in the music video is 18 year old Muhammad Daniel Bin Abdullah, who has intellectual disability, and who received the SAWL Scholarship of $2,000 in 2019. Daniel studies at MINDS Lee Kong Chian Gardens School and stays with his siblings and parents in a two-room flat. Starring in the music video are singer and co-producer Ms Rani Singam, Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Indranee Rajah, who is also Patron of the Fund, Mr Gregory Vijayendran S.C, (Law Society's President), Mr Philip Jeyaratnam S.C, more than 20 SAWL members and three previous recipients of the Fund. Dentons Rodyk is the presenting sponsor of this fund-raising project, which hopes to raise $250,000 through online donations. This will be matched dollar-by-dollar by the Bicentennial Community Fund for funds collected before 31 Dec 2020.