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Support The Courage Fund and help those affected by COVID-19
by Community Chest
The evolving COVID-19 situation has affected Singaporeans in one way or another, including individuals who are facing loss of income or families that are struggling with additional caregiving duties and additional expenses for essential items. The Courage Fund was first established in 2003 when Singapore was hit by the SARS outbreak. Fellow Singaporeans donated generously to the Fund to support those who were affected by the outbreak. In this same spirit of uniting the community to support one another through difficult times, Community Chest is rallying the community to provide relief and support to those affected by the current COVID-19 situation. Where Will Your Donations Go? Donations will go towards supporting and providing relief to vulnerable individuals and families, including healthcare workers, frontline workers and volunteers, affected by the COVID-19 situation. Find out more about The Courage Fund COVID-19 Relief Schemes and their eligibility criteria at https://www.ncss.gov.sg/thecouragefund. For further queries on relief schemes, please contact us at [email protected] For further queries on The Courage Fund, please contact us at [email protected] Let us stay united in the face of this challenge and we will emerge stronger together.
Medical Care Heal Appeal 2020
by Causes For Animals (Singapore) Limited
One of the greatest needs of community cats and street dogs is receiving medical aid in times of need. CAS provides help and assistance to groups, individuals and organisations that needs emergency and long term medical help for their animals. A huge portion of our funds are spent on medical needs. Most of the dogs and cats that come to us in need of medical aid are accident victims. Some are victims of maggot wounds due to fights that occur over territory or food on the streets. Some of the older animals are also victims of Heartworm and often come in malnourished and in need of urgent Heartworm treatment if they may face the risk of heart failure and eventually, death. For many, the recovery process is a long and gruelling one. The animals need to be hospitalised and receive daily medication, wound cleaning and at times physiotherapy aid. Sadly, due to the measures put in place to manage Covid-19, we have not been able to run physical fundraisers or events. Our annual event, Animals' Day Out that sees an average of 2000 volunteers and 500 dogs combing our streets to fundraise for street animals has been cancelled too. This means we need all the help we can get to continue to offer medical aid for animals in need. The last 12 months have seen us spend a total of $360,000 on covering the medical needs of 540 dogs and cats.
Ren Ci Online Charity Concert
by Ren Ci Hospital
For every dollar that you donate to this campaign, the hospital will be eligible for Government and Tote Board Enhanced Fundraising Programme (EFR) dollar-for-dollar funding. We are deeply grateful to Mr Dave Fu of Hao Productions Pte Ltd and Ms Victoria Li of Old Hong Kong Kitchen, the organisers for Singapore Ren Ci Hospital Online Charity Concert, for appointing Ren Ci Hospital as the sole beneficiary of the online charity concert to be held on Saturday, 19 September 2020, with live broadcast from Singapore and Taiwan from 8pm to 10.30pm on AsiaOne's Facebook and YouTube pages. https://www.facebook.com/asiaonecom https://www.youtube.com/asiaone Titled Singapore Ren Ci Hospital Online Charity Concert, Taiwanese actor and host Alex Niu, together with celebrity host Ellen Chu will be accompanied by local host, actor and singer Marcus Chin and television host and actress Lin Youyi to co-host this online charity concert comprising renowned Taiwan artistes' such as Jeff Chang, Huang Pin Yuan, Li E-Jun, Aaron Yan, David Tao and local artistes' Joanna Dong, Dave Fu, Arthur Choo and MICappella. We appeal to your generosity to join us for a night of sentimental melodies and to support our first ever online charity concert. Your generosity and support will go a long way in aiding Ren Ci's primary mission of providing affordable medical, nursing and rehabilitative care services for the community. Mark your calendars and we look forward to seeing you online!
45km Charity Walk in aid of BT Budding Artists Fund
by The RICE Company Limited
Dear Friends, We are 5 guys who love going for long walks and taking in the beautiful views of Singapore. We will be doing a 45km walk around Singapore this Wed (21 Oct) and would like to take this opportunity to support our underprivileged children to nurture their artistic talents through The Business Times Budding Artists Fund (BT BAF). Your donations will go directly to BT BAF and also qualifies for 2.5 times tax deduction. We like to thank you for your support and together, we can help these children develop their hidden talents to make them shine. Sincerely, Quek Jee Ngee, Raymond Goh, Joshua Tay, William Tong and Edwin Goh ----- The Business Times Budding Artists Fund (BT BAF) Launched in 2005, BT BAF originated from a conviction that no child with strong interest and potential in the arts should be denied the opportunity to develop his or her talents due to a lack of financial resources. The Fund reaches out to vulnerable children and youth from six to 19 years old where they receive fully sponsored arts training at The Little Arts Academy and 10 Square Youth. The training develops their talents in music, dance, theatre, visual arts and technology. Over the years, the children and youth have also grown in confidence and resilience through their journey in the arts. Do visit our website and Facebook for more information about BT BAF and our programmes - www.baf.sg , facebook.com/littleartsacademy/ , facebook.com/10SquareYouth/ Thank you for your support.
55 in 55
by Stephen Choy for The Salvation Army
This has been an unprecedented year. What COVID and the subsequent lockdowns brought up clearly is that while we may be in the same storm, we are certainly not in the same boat. The underprivileged and disadvantaged are further handicapped by the dire situation. Donations and fund raising efforts amongst charity organisations were severely curtailed. One such affected organisation is The Salvation Army Gracehaven; a Home for children and youth who require care, protection and rehabilitation due to risk behaviours and a lack of parental supervision. This arm of The Salvation Army helps these residents reintegrate back into their family and society through an array of programmes and activities. Apart from volunteers, they are also in need of funds. So, I am really hoping to make a small difference by helping to raise awareness and much needed funds for the Home. I will be turning 55 at the end of the year, and have decided to channel my triathlon training to better use. I will challenge myself starting from 30 Oct 7am, to swim 5.5km, cycle 550km and run 55km within 55 hours to raise funds for Gracehaven. I have never swam longer than 3.8km, nor cycled more than 180km nor ran further than 42km in my entire life. So it will be an interesting adventure, I think.
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.
Donate to The Invictus Fund and support social service agencies providing critical social services
by Community Chest
Caring for the vulnerable should never cease, especially in uncertain times. Singapore has united to care for the vulnerable individuals and families affected by COVID-19. Just as generous donations to The Courage Fund has allowed us to provide relief to frontline workers and families affected by COVID-19, our social service agencies (SSAs) also need support to enable them to continue to provide critical social services to vulnerable individuals, families and communities, in the face of this challenge. To do this, the National Council of Social Service (NCSS) has set up The Invictus Fund, which will channel public donations to SSAs that deliver critical services to vulnerable groups in our community. Where will your donations go? Donations will go towards enabling our SSAs to continue to provide critical social services. With your support, they can maintain operations, adopt technology and other business continuity initiatives to continue serving their users, and emerge stronger through this period. In addition to financial support, NCSS is also working closely the SSAs to help them with business continuity and integration of technology into their operations and service delivery, to ensure access to critical social services continue to be available, especially to those who need it. More details on The Invictus Fund will be made available soon. For further queries, please contact us at [email protected]
Project Belanja: Start A Food Chain of Good
by Blossom World Society
Lift someone's spirits today by treating them to a meal. 100 restaurants have come together for Project Belanja, a meal voucher programme to help the needy in our community. All you have to do is donate and our beneficiaries will receive a voucher that they can exchange for a good meal. Project Belanja is an initiative by Blossom World Society and the Restaurant Association of Singapore. Our recipients of the meal vouchers are "Daughters of Tomorrow", a charity that supports single mothers from low-income families to access livelihood opportunities. We are expecting more organisations to apply for their beneficiaries. Showing care and concern for another person can go a long way. We feel that one good way to lighten their load would be to treat them to a hearty meal. In the process, we also generate positive vibes with our community partners! Project Belanja will run till the end of the year.
Donate to Bless: 1,000 Families in their time of need during COVID-19
by Methodist Welfare Services
The COVID-19 situation that we are currently in has resulted in extreme anxiety in the community. For the disadvantaged and vulnerable, the anxiety they feel is even greater. Distressed and low-income families may be facing more hardship when they earn less during this time or when they lose their livelihoods. Having little to no savings will likely cause them to experience more stress and go into debt. Many of them rely on part-time and multiple jobs to make ends meet. However, they struggle between heeding advisories to stay home and having jobs that cannot be done remotely. These families are now forced to choose between bringing food to the table and keeping themselves and their families safe. Methodist Welfare Services aims to raise $1.35m to provide financial assistance to 1,000 low-income families for one year. These funds will support them in meeting their basic needs, and having the resources to better prepare for and handle the direct impact brought about by COVID-19 on their lives. Let's stand together with the struggling families in our community!
Combatting Climate Change with Nature-based Solutions
by Conservation International Singapore Conservation Trust
Singapore is a low-lying island nation that, despite its economic success and political influence, is not spared from needing to consider many environmental challenges and concerns. This campaign provides funding to Conservation International Conservation Trust Singapore (CSCT) to collaborate with Singapore stakeholders in public, private and academic sectors to address knowledge gaps, build capacity, inform national climate policies/strategies, and deliver innovative solutions. Nature-based solutions are a key factor to Singapore's planning of our climate change defences and managing our carbon footprint, food security and water resources. There is strong evidence to suggest that environmental well-being has direct impact on human well-being while investments in understanding nature's role can secure Singapore's future as a sustainable society, encouraging Singaporeans to build a resilient nation home and safe future in which citizens can thrive despite the uncertainty and challenges that may lie ahead. CSCT is supporting the scientific innovation and private sector involvement in nature-based solutions to the climate crisis. We seek to identify and design sustainable solutions to complex environmental problems thus fostering economic development through solutions that are good for business, good for people and good for nature.