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Charities Week 2018
by Caritas Singapore Community Council - The Caritas Singapore Agape Fund
The practice of almsgiving, together with prayer and penance in Lent goes back to the time of the Early Christian communities. Prayer and fasting draws us closer to God. Almsgiving completes the perfection of love in concrete love of neighbour by providing for the needy. For God wills that we are blessed so that we can bring God's compassion to others in need. This year, the mission of the Catholic Charities Week Appeal has been expanded to benefit our Catholic charities in areas that include: Helping the poor and needy. Nurturing the young. Enriching family relationships. Providing for the elderly. Caring for the marginalised. Your donation will support the work of the Catholic Charities under Caritas Singapore, including Agape Village - A Caritas Singapore Initiative. All Donations are eligible for 250% tax deduction.
Running for Sundowners
by Jeremy Khoo for Alzheimer's Disease Association
I run in the Sundown Marathon to raise funds for Alzheimer's Disease Association which has services and programmes that support Sundowners and their caregivers. I will be running together with a person with Young Onset Dementia. Sundowning, or sundown syndrome, is a neurological phenomenon associated with increased confusion and restlessness in patients with delirium or some form of dementia. Most commonly associated with Alzheimer's disease, but also found in those with other forms of dementia, the term "sundowning" was coined due to the timing of the patient's confusion. For patients with sundowning syndrome, a multitude of behavioral problems begin to occur in the evening or while the sun is setting. These symptoms include: - Increased general confusion as natural light begins to fade and increased shadows appear. - Agitation and mood swings. Individuals may become fairly frustrated with their own confusion as well as aggravated by noise. Individuals found yelling and becoming increasingly upset with their caregiver is not uncommon. - Mental and physical fatigue increase with the setting of the sun. This fatigue can play a role in the individual's irritability. - Tremors may increase and become uncontrollable. - An individual may experience an increase in their restlessness while trying to sleep. Restlessness can often lead to pacing and or wandering which can be potentially harmful for an individual in a confused state.
The Giving Methodist
by Methodist Welfare Services
Our God is a generous God. He gave us His best, His all, even though we have done nothing to deserve it. Be part of The Giving Methodist (TGM) in caring for the poor and disadvantaged in our community. GIVE A DONATION: Impact lives every day by giving $1 a day. Your gift can create change to over 9,000 disadvantaged and distressed families and individuals helped through 20 MWS centres and programmes. We are appealing for either a regular contribution of $1 a day ($30 monthly); a one-time donation of $365; or any amount that you can give. God loves a cheerful giver. Visit thegivingmethodist.sg to find out more.
Urgent Funds Required For Move To New Government-Built Facility In Sungei Tengah
by Animal Lovers League
In March 2018, we will be moving to a Government-built facility in Sungei Tengah called 'Animal Lodge'. The construction and setting in our new premises will be different from our present open concept shelter in that our dogs and cats will be in flatted-two-storey buildings in kennel enclosures. We require $351,000 to manage the costs of making this move. Firstly, we have a total of 10 units; each unit comprises of five kennels, four store rooms, flexi-areas and quarantine and prep rooms. We have to engage contractors to carry out fit-out works involving the building of steel enclosures, gates, fencing and partitions, along with the installation of piping and electrical appliances like ceiling & exhaust fans, lights, fittings and equipment. Expected cost is $20,000 - $25,000 per unit; and an estimated $250,000, if not more, in total. Secondly, $66,000 has to be paid to our present landlord for extended TOL (Temporary Occupancy Licence) from January to March 2018, before we move to the 'Animal Lodge' in March 2018. A 3-month deposit totalling $35,000 may be required by AVA. This will be confirmed in due course.
Help SOSD raise 50,000 for the Move to the New Shelter
In a few months, we will be moving to our new shelter, and this online campaign aims to raise $50,000 for The Move to the new premises in Sungei Tengah. All funds raised will be used to pay off transport, construction, and renovation costs. Moreover, it will also be used to keep SOSD's operations going on a daily basis. The caring and maintenance of our dogs are our top priority; any amount contributed is greatly appreciated! The funds raised are critical in helping our dogs get comfortable in their new home. A dollar can go a long way for our dogs. So come support us and donate online!
Angus - The Brave Little Boy
A month ago, we noticed that there was something wrong with Angus' right eye and brought him to his first of many vet visits. It was diagnosed as an infection, and he came home in an Elizabeth collar, and this was probably the only one time that he looked sad and uncomfortable. By the next day, he was back to his active little self, running around and barking for attention. Unfortunately, less than a week later his eye seemed to be getting worse. He was referred to Mount Pleasant, but by this time, his eye had ruptured and a cornea ulcer had developed. For the next 2 weeks, this brave little boy really showed us that nothing was going to get him down. He enjoyed play time, even though he wasn't allowed to play with his foster doggie buddies. He would allow us to administer his medicine (around 20 times a day) without any struggle. Sadly, his eye deteriorated and the vet decided that the kindest thing to do was to remove his eye once and for all as he was already completely blind in the eye. Moveover, his movements had to be so restricted and he was missing out the best time of his life to interact with other pups. Within hours after his operations, this fluffy trooper was back up and running around the clinic while waiting for us to pick him up. Angus is well on his way to becoming a healthy and strong doggy. To-date his vet bills have reach a total of $1500. Please help us with the bills if you can. Any amount will be most appreciated.
CCSS Charity Movie
by Care Community Services Society
Care Community Service Society (CCSS) is organizing our first Charity Movie on 26 April! Improve the lives of people in need and celebrate the 'Superhero' within everyone by supporting this fundraising event. We target to raise a total of $50,000 through this upcoming event for the programmes and services that support the beneficiaries in the community, such as children, youth-at-risk, the elderly and ex-offenders. Your giving and support towards this event enables CCSS to continue providing services to more than 1300 beneficiaries in need. Each movie ticket comes with a 'Combo Set' that includes a small popcorn and drink. All seats will be assigned. The difference in ticket price ($60/$80) is in the quality of seats assigned. Once we have received your donation, we will send you an email containing your ticketing confirmation. Please contact us if you would like to sponsor the tickets for a needy family to enjoy a movie night together. For any enquiries, please contact Calvin Tay at 6304-7639 or [email protected]
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
Support Palliative Care in Singapore
by Singapore Hospice Council
Want to know how palliative care started in Singapore? How the pioneering efforts of professionals from various disciplines have led to the development of palliative care services and education we see today? A commemorative book has been published to record the history of palliative care in Singapore. Donate a minimum sum of $50 and receive this book and support the hospice movement at the same time.
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
Food for SOSD Dogs
by Save Our Street Dogs
To keep all of our dogs at SOSD Rehabilitation Centre (SRC) happy and well fed for 3 months, we will need approximately 300 large bags of quality dry dog food and 300 cans of quality wet dog food for some of our older dogs. We hope you can donate and help us feed not only our SOSD dogs at the shelter, but also stray feeders SOSD support. If you wish to donate kibbles or rice on hand directly to us, you can drop them off at our donation booth at SRC: 22 Pasir Ris Farmway 2 Swift Singapore Unit 13/14 Singapore 519325 Thank you so much for your support!