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Room At The Table for Students with Disabilities
by SAWL Scholarship Fund
'ROOM AT THE TABLE' FOR STUDENTS WITH PHYSICAL AND INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY is a fundraising project by SAWL to raise funds for the SAWL SCHOLARSHIP FUND. The fundraising project is anchored on this music video which appeals to Singapore residents to join in and make donations to the Fund. The key lead featured in the music video is 18 year old Muhammad Daniel Bin Abdullah, who has intellectual disability, and who received the SAWL Scholarship of $2,000 in 2019. Daniel studies at MINDS Lee Kong Chian Gardens School and stays with his siblings and parents in a two-room flat. Starring in the music video are singer and co-producer Ms Rani Singam, Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Indranee Rajah, who is also Patron of the Fund, Mr Gregory Vijayendran S.C, (Law Society's President), Mr Philip Jeyaratnam S.C, more than 20 SAWL members and three previous recipients of the Fund. Dentons Rodyk is the presenting sponsor of this fund-raising project, which hopes to raise $250,000 through online donations. This will be matched dollar-by-dollar by the Bicentennial Community Fund.
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.
Make arts education accessible #GivingWeekSG
by Singapore Arts School Ltd.
At SOTA, we believe in the power of the arts; where arts could be used to inspire, heal, create and produce many possibilities! With a vision to nurture cultural leaders of tomorrow to positively impact society, SOTA provides a holistic education uniquely anchored in the arts to maximise the potential of our students. This year has been a difficult one for most of us. As we step into the season of giving, let's not forget those who are less fortunate. There are some families' incomes that have been affected and may face temporary financial difficulty. SOTA believes that our students' learnings should not be hindered by such worries, and we need your help to continue making arts education accessible to them. Please consider giving to the SOTA Endowment Fund to help our students continue their journey in pursuing their dreams. The Fund was set up to address the need for long-term sustainability in providing our students with bursaries, scholarships and other financial assistance. A SOTA student spends on school necessities such as school fees, books, art form materials, transport, meals and school uniforms. This Fund shall help us support them, and future students, through challenging times. Every gift matters. Your contribution to this Fund will play a significant role in nurturing our cultural leaders of tomorrow. You will also be able to enjoy a 250% tax rebate* for your generous donation! *For donations $50 and above. #SGCares #GivingWeekSG #CityofGood
Keep The Train Going: Surviving 2021!
by Sing Lit Station Limited
2020 has been a rollercoaster ride. It was rocky at times, but we stuck around & achieved another year of great events! We couldn't have made it without your generous support. The (social) distance didn't stop us from connecting with communities - if anything, we worked even harder. Amidst the pandemic, we created digital gigs for writers while hawking bookstore sales through #StayHomeStayLit2020. We reworked Sing Lit Sounds as an online disco & grew our Sing/SEAPoWriMo online kampungs. We ran NEW WORKS on social media & reimagined Camp Lit on various digital platforms. We set up the HALP fund to help writers in need. We even worked with RMIT (WrICE), National Museum (#NeverBeforesg), National Gallery (An Ekphrastic Series), Singapore Writers Festival (12 gigs) & more! Uncertainty lurks: 2021 is the last year of our grant cycle, our IPC status is up for renewal, the economy is wobbly and arts dollars are scarce. We're unsure what physical events can go on. But we'll keep stretching every cent to help writers grow & support the community through these turbulent times. Our plan: New youth events & growing BAW to new schools More prison & migrant writer programmes, with new mental health/writing workshops Expand poetry.sg with features & teaching resources; Our 4th bootcamp (poetry); more masterclasses; a new literary journal (!?) New editions of Sing/SEAPoWriMo & that's just what we can share! Share our story with your friends so we can keep the train going. Thank you!
Share Your Joy this Season of Advent
by Caritas Singapore Community Council - The Caritas Singapore Agape Fund
The season of Advent is coming soon. During Advent, we glorify God for coming into our lives through the birth of Jesus. During this holy season, we remember how unconditionally God loves us and how He has showered us with blessings. As we reflect on this, our hearts grow in gratitude. We thank God for the blessings and gifts of His love. We also thank Him by sharing His love with others. Your giving this Advent will help empower the Caritas Singapore family to continue to journey and empower people in need in our community, especially during over this difficult year. Caritas Singapore continues to make a difference in the lives of our community here in Singapore. Our work supports a wide array of causes such as the poor, children, youth-at-rish, families, prisoners, elderly, sick, people with life-limiting illnesses, people with HIV/AIDS, those with disabilities, migrant workers, and people with legal and medical needs. Make a gift this Advent that will change lives. You can make a difference! All donations $10 and above are eligible for 250% tax deduction. We have a limited stock of Caritas reusable face masks which we hope to bless all donations of $100 and above.
SG Cares Giving Week 2020 - A Joyous Christmas for SAVH
by Building and Construction Authority for Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped
Dear BCA Colleagues, We have come to the end of 2020 and the year-end festive season is round the corner. In view of COVID-19, we are unable to organise any charity bazaar, CSR outings & volunteering events this year. However, let us not forget our friends at Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped during this pandemic. In conjunction with SG Cares Giving Week 2020 (1-7 Dec 2020), the CSR Committee would like to continue our Corporate Social Responsibility efforts by initiating this fundraising page for our friends at SAVH. We hope you will support by making a donation. Donating is really simple and secure. The proceeds will directly go to aid SAVH in running a range of comprehensive rehabilitation and after-care programmes to empower and equip their visually-impaired clients with basic life skills in order to gain self-reliance. Our target is $10,000 for this event, and we hope you will support us by donating generously. The fundraising will run from 1-31 Dec 2020. Thank you for your support and stay safe.
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]
Bringing Rainbows through @CrystalsForCharity
by Lynn for Club Rainbow (Singapore)
Club Rainbow (Singapore) provides compassionate services to chronically ill children and their families. As part of Crystals For Charity vision to #LetKindnessRipple, this is the official giving.sg fundraising page that allows you to make a donation directing to our chosen beneficiary for the month!
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.
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.