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Charities Week 2021
by Caritas Singapore Community Council - The Caritas Singapore Agape Fund
Charities Week is an annual event organised by Caritas Singapore, the social and community arm of the Catholic Church in Singapore. The COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging for many especially for the vulnerable and poor communities. This Charities Week, we have raised about $3 million of our $7.5 million target to support the work of our 27 Catholic Charities and organisations that journey with diverse and marginalised groups including low-income families, youths-at-risk, the incarcerated, people with physical disabilities and also people with mental health conditions, regardless of race or religion. Every dollar counts so send in your donations by 9 May 2021.
2021 Lexus Charity Golf Day
by Borneo Motors (Singapore) Pte Ltd for Community Chest
The highly anticipated 2021 Lexus Charity Golf Day is finally here! Join us for a day of fun and excitement, as we swing into action for a great cause. Get ready for an electrifying time on the green with a series of novelty games and two amazing opportunities to win hole-in-one prizes including the stunning new Lexus LC Convertible, and the new all-electric Lexus UX300e. All proceeds will go towards Community Chest to support children with special needs and youth-at-risk.
Blessings to All Project
by RAHMATAN LIL ALAMIN FOUNDATION
This is a 1-month community ground-up effort to provide 20,000 meals for families-in-need and migrant workers in selected factory-converted dormitories. This project is a follow-up to last year's SGUnited Buka Puasa project and aims to share blessings to all. It is a joint effort by the Rahmatan Lil Alamin Foundation (RLAF), the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (Muis), the People's Association Malay Executive Malay Activity Executive Committees Council (PA MESRA), [email protected], Inter-Racial and Religious Confidence Circle (IRCC) and Singapore Malay Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SMCCI).
Supporting Under-Served Children
by Child At Street 11 Ltd
Child at Street 11 (www.street11.org.sg) provides access to high quality childcare and infant care programmes to children of Singaporean and non-Singaporean parents. It's an independent, secular, registered charity that can issue tax exempt receipts for the amounts donated. Children, from both well and less well of families need access to a supportive and caring learning environment. Brain development is most rapid when children are young. Children, who receive high quality early in their life, do well in life. The Centre provides all children with a high quality pre-school education. The children are taught numeracy and literacy skills as well as thinking and social skills, thereby aiding children in their journey of becoming self-reliant and confident. Your gift goes entirely to fund programmes, children's daily needs and building capacity maintenance in Child at Street 11. All so vital in the holistic ways the Centre uses to raise its can-do children.
Walk for Mental Wellness (W4MW)
by Caregivers Alliance Limited
Walk for Mental Wellness (W4MW) is a fundraising campaign to raise funds for Caregivers Alliance Limited (CAL). Tapping on the Tote Board's Enhanced Fund-Raising Programme, we aim to raise at least $250,000 for a dollar-for-dollar matching from the Government. Leveraging on this campaign, we hope to raise greater awareness about mental health and CAL's role in helping and supporting caregivers of persons with mental health issues and to mobilise more donors and supporters for our cause. Champions who are keen advocates for mental wellness and caregiving will be participating in this campaign. You Donate $100, Champions Walk 1 km Based on the idea of "You Donate, We Walk", every $100 raised will amount to 1 km in walking distance. As a donor, you are encouraged to channel your donation to any of the Mental Wellness Champions from the Individual or Group category, and your selected Champion will clock the distance that matches the donation amount that you donated. All donations $50 and above will qualify for 250% tax-deductions. More information can be found at www.cal4mentalwellness.sg.
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.
Our Brave Shave for Children's Cancer Foundation
by Xin Qin Ho for Children's Cancer Foundation
Hello! Jennifer, Xinqin, Hui ying and Michelle Pong here! We have shaved our heads to appeal for your donation to help children suffering from cancer. As we anticipate for our lives to return to normal after the pandemic, we have learnt that such normalcy may be a luxury for patients and families struggling with cancer. More so during this period when many families are already facing financial difficulties, on top of the added burden of medical bills. Please lend your support for our fundraiser to show your love for our little friends from Children's Cancer Foundation! Thank you, Love you and Jiayou!!!
In Honour of Sreekala Nair
by Manish Nair for HCA HOSPICE CARE
I invite you to make a donation to HCA Hospice Care, as a tribute to my mother. My family is incredibly grateful for everything that the HCA team extended to us over the past months. This invitation to donate serves the dual purpose of expressing our appreciation, and also of enabling HCA to continue offering their free services to others who might find themselves in positions similar to ours. As a guide, you could consider contributing an amount commensurate to part of a HCA house visit. HCA estimates that a single house visit costs $300. The HCA team visited our home over 30 times in the past year.
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.
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
Darul Ihsan Ramadan Donation
by Sherlita Almeyra for Darul Ihsan Orphanage
Salam Ramadan, everyone! We are looking to raise $30,000 for Darul Ihsan Orphanage by the end of this Ramadan. In light of the Covid-19 Pandemic, this fundraiser is started with the hopes of lightening the burdens and struggles that the orphanage may face, especially this Ramadan. With the donations, we hope that the orphanage would be able to improve the quality of the lives of the Muslim orphans and children who are residents of Darul Ihsan. The proceeds will go to the children's education as well as the maintenance and development of the orphanage. All proceeds go to the orphanage and any amount would be largely appreciated!