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Chen Su Lan Methodist Children's Home
by Jemie for Chen Su Lan Methodist Children's Home
Together, let's do our part for the children and youth who will benefit from the safe shelter and quality therapeutic programmes provided by Chen Su Lan Methodist Children's Home! Your contribution today will positively shape the future outcomes (health, emotional, educational, occupational etc) and be felt in these children's lives for many years to come... someone cares, and that will be you :)
Alexi & Her Siblings
Last week, we rescued 3 puppies from one of our TNRM sites - Aden was in relatively good health, Alicia had a blind eye, and Alexi had many puncture wounds all over her body. They've been warded at the vet since, and staff at the clinic have been keeping a close watch on them. Alexi was the one we were most worried about. Her wounds were recovering too slowly, and she didn't seem to regain her energy, like her siblings did. The vets called us on Friday morning, saying that she is not doing well, and may slip away anytime. She's currently placed on oxygen therapy and intensive care. As of today, Alexi's bills have hit $2000. Together with the hospitalization of her siblings, we're hoping to raise $3500, to cover their vet bills till they can be discharged. Please help us get Alexi better by donating, sharing and praying for her recovery! Thank you so much!
Sulawesi Earthquake - Public Appeal
by Singapore Red Cross Society
Singapore Red Cross launches public appeal, commits humanitarian supplies to affected communities Singapore, 1 October 2018 - In response to the devastating earthquake and tsunami that has struck Sulawesi, Indonesia, over the weekend, the Singapore Red Cross (SRC) has launched a public fundraising appeal, and in the first instance, pledged S$50,000 in humanitarian aid to support affected communities. All donations to the Singapore Red Cross will go towards the purchase of relief items, such as: - First aid supplies - Hygiene kits - Water systems - Jerry cans - Tarpaulins - Mosquito nets - Blankets and - Sleeping mats for displaced survivors; and the longer-term recovery and rebuilding efforts. With its International Services team closely monitoring the situation across four affected cities and regencies: Palu city, Donggala, Sigi and Parigi Mouton, the SRC has readied a 3-person advance response team, which could depart as early as tomorrow (Tuesday). Donations Donations can be made via this campaign, or at Red Cross House, 15 Penang Lane, Singapore 238486, during office hours (Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm). Cheques can be made payable to "Singapore Red Cross Society" and posted to the above address. Please leave your name, postal address and indicate "Sulawesi Earthquake 2018" at the back of your cheque. Donations to overseas efforts are not tax-deductible.
Sulawesi Earthquake 2018
by Mercy Relief
On 28 September 2018, a 7.4-magnitude earthquake had triggered a tsunami with 3m-high waves in Sulawesi, Indonesia. According to The Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management (BNPB), the death toll is now over 1,000, with at least 500 people seriously injured. Power and telecommunications to the region have been cut off and the roads are damaged, hampering search and rescue efforts. As assessment of damage is still ongoing, the number of casualties is expected to rise. 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 in Sulawesi. * Please note that all donations for foreign charitable causes are not eligible for tax deduction. Image Credit to: Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images & Tatan Syuflana/AP
Rooby Needs Surgery
"I used to roam the streets with my furiends - We had to seek shelter when it rained, drink water from puddles & eat what little we could find. Then we found this place called the factory; it was a nice place, there was shelter when it stormed, & I didn't have to worry about going hungry cos of some kind humans who worked there. "One day, the management called in pest control. My friends were suspicious of the pest control guys, but I thought I'd make friends with them. They caught me; the management told them we were causing accidents & wanted us out. They took me somewhere far away; I tried to find my way home, but the roads were confusing & I got a little lost. I walked for days. I must have been hungry & didn't pay attention when I crossed a road, because a car hit me. My leg broke & it really hurt. How I was going to get home then? "Lucky for me, some kind humans brought me to the animal doctor to fix my leg. We needed a very good doctor; my leg was in very bad shape. I needed things I didn't need before; something called a surgery, post-op care & weekly splint-changing... "Apparently, even after the kind animal doctor gave the humans big discounts, the bills will still come up to $5500. "I like those humans who call me Rooby. They saved my life. I can only return their favour with a few licks. Sometimes they seem to like to rub my head, so I would offer that too. But I hear that they still need help with raising that amount of money. Would you help them, help me?
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).
Help someone this Christmas
by Assisi Hospice
At Assisi Hospice, we provide palliative care for patients and support caregivers like 72-year-old Mr Toh Ah Seng. Mr Toh's wife, Mdm Cheok Ai, was diagnosed with stage four cervical cancer in 2017. Due to her intellectual difficulties, Mr Toh was the lone caregiver of their only son with autism. Mdm Cheok soon needed care beyond what Mr Toh could possibly provide and was admitted into Assisi Hospice in February 2018. This care arrangement was vital to help Mr Toh cope with his family's care needs and to have the space to simply grieve. Our social worker provided a safe outlet for him to express his grief through narrating the story of his life. Being able to converse with our social worker in Hokkien about his life, and to express his thoughts and feelings, was poignant and therapeutic. Assisi Hospice also supported him as he planned his onward journey with his son. Our annual Christmas Light-Up brings the joy of Christmas to Assisi Hospice for our patients and their families. For them, this Christmas will be one to cherish because it may be their last Christmas together. Help us make this Christmas a magical one for them by doing your part to light-up our 11-metre-tall giant Christmas tree! Every $10 donation will light a bulb on our tree, representing your well wishes and blessings. Your donation will enable us to continue providing patients and families like Mr Toh Ah Seng's with the medical care and psychosocial support they need.
Credit Suisse Step Challenge. Mind Body Connection theme.
by President's Challenge
Break out of your sedentary lifestyle and do something good for a charitable organization at the same time. It's been known that an active lifestyle can bring out the best in our daily life. To encourage all staff to switch to a healthy lifestyle and to allow our body to adapt moderately, we are pleased to bring back the annual step challenge. The theme for this activity will be Mind Body Connection. Staff may either participate in the following activities. Regardless of the activity selected, staff will be provided with the tool to track and monitor their activity level for 6 months. 1) Solo activity - for individual tracking and not be taking part in the group challenge. 2) Group challenge - Staff would need to form a team of 5 where steps will be aggregated and updated in the leaderboard. This will be used to determine both local and regional winners. Challenge will commence on Oct 23 and ends on Nov 22nd. Fundraising Activities if you wish to join the take part in either categories, please perform the following task 1. Kindly made a donation of the minimum amount of SGD50 to President Challenge in aid of Dover Hospice (Singapore) Please DO NOT use anonymous when making the donation and ensure that you insert your name for tracking purpose 2. Information to register will be provided to registered participants to complete the registration. No further payment is required by staff. Step tracker or smart watches will not be provided.
Run Gin Run! - Raising Awareness for Early Intervention for Kids with Autism
by Soh Gin Wee for Autism Resource Centre (S)
Till I became a parent, I never knew the worries that a parent had to go through. When my elder son was 2.5 years old, he was assessed with Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD). As there was a long waitlist for public EIPIC ctr, we enrolled him in a private setup. Since then, he was able to catch up with his milestones with a detailed and well thought out early intervention program. Along the way, he also demonstrated to us his extraordinary talents that we might have otherwise missed out on. As they say, every child is unique and if we can help them to develop and grow, they will blossom and become a shining star. Being extremely lucky in receiving a running slot in next year's Tokyo Marathon and having not run a marathon in 20 years, I decided to use this opportunity to raise awareness and funds for Autism Resource Centre (ARC) in Singapore. ARC is a non- profit organization and more details can be found in the associated link. In particular, they have an early intervention program called WeCan Early Intervention (wecaneip.com) where they provide autism specific intervention for young children diagnosed with autism. Through my running journey to the Tokyo Marathon, I hope to raise funds for ARC to increase their existing resources and at the same time, raise awareness of the importance of early intervention. For S'poreans, donations of S$100 and above will be eligible for tax relief. Thank you for your kind donations & on my part, I will do my best for the marathon!
I Choose Full #GivingWeekSG
by Food From The Heart
Biscuits and water to stop the feeling of hunger. This is a very real experience for some of our needy beneficiaries. Eating a proper meal can be a luxury when you do not have enough money for other critical needs such as utilities, school fees and medical bills. With Food from the Heart, our beneficiaries are guaranteed monthly food packs and bread rations. Watch the video and find out how Food from the Heart provides hope and nourishment to our beneficiaries like Mary. In support of Giving Week, tick the FULL box to help us feed more needy people in Singapore.
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