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Down Memory Lane 7 Charity Dinner
by Caritas Singapore Community Council - The Caritas Singapore Agape Fund
Down Memory Lane (DML) is Caritas Singapore's annual fundraising 'retro-fabulous' dinner. Every year, DML is especially designed to re-ignite and re-create the 70s and 80s; filling the halls with nostalgic pop-rock music that moved that generation. DML7 is our fundraising dinner in 2019 to raise funds to support the work of Caritas Singapore and our 27 member organisations who serve the vulnerable and marginalised in our community regardless of race, religion or nationality. Chill with us on Saturday, 2 March 2019 at One Farrer Hotel! Buy a table for 10 and fill it with your groovy friends! For reservations and enquiries, please contact: [email protected]
Sunda Strait Tsunami Relief 2018
by Mercy Relief
On 22 December 2018, at 9.30pm local time, a tsunami struck coastal areas around the Sunda Strait between the islands of Sumatra and Java due to an undersea Krakatoa volcanic eruption, according to BBC. As of Monday morning, the death toll reached 281, up from 222 the night before, while 1,016 people were injured and 57 were missing, according to Indonesia's disaster agency. Mercy Relief will be conducting its first phase of emergency relief operations together with its ground partners to address the urgent needs of the disaster survivors. Together with your help, we will be able to provide timely and effective aid to the affected communities between the islands of Sumatra and Java. * Please note that all donations for foreign charitable causes are not eligible for tax deduction. Image Credit to: AFP and AP
Grace Upon Grace
by Methodist Welfare Services
The poor and disadvantaged need second chances in life. Here are stories of how your giving made it possible for the positive changes in their lives. Grace To Dream Again Agnes, 18, suffered horrific physical, sexual and psychological abuse by her stepfather since she was a child. Without love and family support, she subsequently got into trouble with the law and was sent to MWS Girls' Residence to receive specialised intervention. She attended weekly counselling sessions, and weekly art and expressive therapy sessions. As part of her vocational training, MWS placed the N-levels holder on a coffee barista training course, which included a work placement stint. She now dreams of starting afresh by opening a cafe with her mum, and decorating it with her paintings. Grace To Work Again A massive stroke left Mr Lai, a tower crane operator, with impaired speech and paralysis. When he was admitted to MWS BNH, he felt anguished and helpless that he could only express himself through limited non-verbal gestures, and had to learn simple daily activities from scratch. With intensive nursing care and rehabilitation, he gradually became stronger and learnt to walk again. The 52-year-old has made such a marked recovery that he is able to work again as a packer at a charity for the physically disabled. Today, he uses a motorised wheelchair and public transport to commute between the nursing home and his workplace independently.
The Zen Dylan Koh Fund
Started by Zen's Family - Elaine Lek, Koh Say Kiong, and Max Skylar Koh, this fund supports youths with mental health issues in need of therapy. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Zen died from suicide due to depression in Melbourne on the first of October 2018. A month before his 18th birthday. He was previously diagnosed with Generalised Anxiety Disorder and ADD. Zen was a caring and loving individual, who dreamt of becoming a psychologist so he could help other kids who struggled just like he was. In life, he touched the lives of many of his peers with his love, care, and friendship. Even after death, he selflessly saved six other lives through the donation of his organs. Today, his legacy of kindness lives on in this fund. Find out more at www.limitless.sg/zen-dylan-koh-fund
Our Christmas Wish : For children of cancer patients to continue to have a good education
by Singapore Cancer Society
You can make a difference this season and help fulfil the wishes of cancer patients. Mdm Irmawati was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer when she was 32 weeks pregnant with her second child in 2013. She had refused treatment fearing the safety of her unborn child. She endured the back pain as the cancer metastasized to the bones. She was prescribed morphine daily to manage the pain and she underwent C-section at 34 weeks. After giving birth, she underwent 6 cycles of chemotherapy and hormone therapy for 6 months. She suffered a relapse after being cancer-free and required a higher dosage of chemotherapy weekly. Her elder daughter was attending secondary school at that time. She has minimal financial support and lives in a rental flat. She works when there are ad hoc jobs and covers many household expenses. The wish of Mdm Irmawati is that her young children can continue to receive good education despite her illness and financial difficulties. We are supporting Mdm Irmawati with the help of generous donors like you, under the SCS Cancer Treatment Fund for her CT scans, blood tests and chemotherapy. We are also helping her elder daughter under the SCS Education Financial Assistance Scheme with a monthly school allowance and Tuition Services under the SCS Help the Children and Youth Programme. Your support can make a difference. You can help many more cancer patients fulfill their wishes of letting their young children continue with their education.
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).
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
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: http://www.nuh.com.sg/ktp-nucmi/outreach/financial-support.html
Lonely Elderly Assistance Fund
by Brahm Centre Ltd
There are elderly who live in isolation, disengaged or estranged. We are here to engage these elderly - we support their social and medical needs, we befriend them and encourage them to become more active, build new connections and repair old ones. This fund is applied to assist elderly to afford needs and transportation to enable them to live in better conditions and stay active by partaking in social programs. This is part of being a kinder community to care for these elderly. Let's do whatever we can . . no matter how small the amount may be. Your donation is 250% tax deductible and Ministry of Health will match your dollar.
Sharel's Meaningful Birthday Charity Luncheon - RDA Cup 2019
by Riding For The Disabled Association of Singapore
Please join Sharel as she celebrates her Birthday in conjunction with RDA Cup Charity Luncheon. Riding for the Disabled Association of Singapore is a charity that empowers the lives of the children with disabilities through horse riding therapy. No Presents Please - RSVP by Donating to attend this Luncheon. Your donation is much appreciated. Date: 20 January 2019, Sunday Time: 12.30 - 6pm Venue: Singapore Turf Club 1 Turf Club Avenue, Singapore 738078 Level 4 - Casuarina Room Theme: Iconic Asians Dress Code: Business or Cocktail attire All donations above $10 are eligible for 250% tax deduction. (Cheque: Write full name, NRIC & address for tax deduction) Cheque donation to be made payable to "RDA Singapore". Drop cheque into donation box on Event Day 20JAN18 n or mail it to 5 Jalan Mashhor S299174 *Please note that all guests must be 18 years or older.
by KKH Health Fund
The Cancer Sub-Fund provides financial assistance to needy women and children diagnosed with cancer. The fund helps to pay for the cost of their cancer treatments such as chemotherapy, investigations, hospitalisation, and medication. From supporting beneficiaries in various ways ranging from a Bone Marrow Transplant to providing equipment for beneficiaries afflicted with cancer, the Cancer Sub-Fund continues to be a beacon of hope for its beneficiaries. You can give hope to a cancer patient by giving today. Website Link : https://www.kkh.com.sg/AboutUs/WaystoGiveAndVolunteer/Pages/KKHHealthFund.aspx