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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: https://www.nuh.com.sg/our-services/Specialties/Paediatrics/Pages/NUHkids-Fund.aspx
Sessions: Charity Whisky Tasting
by The Swan Song and Friends With Drams for Daughters Of Tomorrow Limited
Time with our family and friends is always something to treasure, and even more so when we can enjoy good food and great drams together. The Swan Song and Friends With Drams are grateful for we have, and wish to give a little something back to the community. That is why Sessions Edition 012 will feature a Charity Whisky Tasting in support of a local charity- Daughters Of Tomorrow. The first 25 donors who give a minimum of $250 are cordially invited to join us on 18 Dec for a complimentary whisky tasting. We thank you in advance for your generous donations. Date: Wednesday, 18 December 2019 Time: 7pm to 9.30pm Location: The Swan Song, 50A Prinsep Street #02-01 About the organisers: Friends With Drams believes that whisky is a beautiful drink that can bring people together. There is a whisky for every taste, every occasion, every budget. Their vision is to build a stronger and bigger whisky community in Singapore. The Swan Song is a whisky bar in Singapore dedicated to good whisky and in particular vintage and rare whisky. They carry whisky of all levels to ensure there is something special for everyone and aim to ensure no one walks away unsatisfied. Sessions is a series of get-togethers of whisky lovers in Singapore. An initiative by The Swan Song and Friends With Drams, Sessions stems from the Singaporean concept of 'gotong-royong': to build up a spirit of neighbourliness within the local whisky community.
Give Them The Reason To Celebrate
by Methodist Welfare Services
The year-end festive season is a special time for many, but it can feel very different for the people we serve. The festive season is an especially challenging time for isolated seniors who live alone and low income families who cannot afford what most parents would do, buy gifts for their children. Mdm Tan and her husband, Mr Lim, are on our MWS Family Development Programme (FDP). 2 years ago, they owed over $3,000 from items bought on instalment from an appliance store, and more than $1,000 of housing arrears, on top of their utilities, telco, and Town Council debts. Their younger daughter, Fen, suffered from meningitis when she was a baby, leaving her with health issues throughout her young life. The family of 4 survived on Mr Lim's monthly gross salary of $1,800 as a kitchen assistant. The young couple felt like they were drowning in debt, but the bills kept coming. Today, they have cleared their debts and are finally saving. Mr Lim has also secured a better paying job. For the first time, the family has money left at the end of the month which they faithfully save in the bank. Each dollar saved is matched with $2 from MWS FDP, and they have also picked up some financial planning skills. This Christmas, these parents are finally able to afford gifts for their 2 daughters, Fen, now 4, and Lin, now 7. Mdm Tan's family was given the reason to celebrate this festive season. The reason is hope. Your giving can turn helplessness into hope. Thank you for your generosity.
Relay Majulah - Bennett Neo Running For Community In Need
by President's Challenge
About Relay Majulah Relay Majulah is a ground-up initiative to form a 200-runners team to conquer 2,000km over 8 days (2-10 Nov 2019) to raise funds for President's Challenge and its 67 supported charities. It also aims to unite the community, for the community; and tell the inspiring stories of people with indomitable spirit, who live life to the full and live life without limits. About Bennett Neo Bennett Neo is the CEO, Saigon Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Corporation. Apart from his role as CEO of Sabeco, Bennett also sits on the board of NKF and also ex-Chairman of the Migrant Workers' Assistance Fund, ex-Co-Chairman of the Migrant Workers Forum and ex-Chairman of Domestic Employees' Welfare Fund. A sports advocate, Bennett was a council member for Football Association of Singapore and even represented Singapore in numerous international canoe championships. I would like to solicit your support for this campaign, as we join hands to raise funds to uplift the lives of many in our community whom we love and care for, and do not want to be left behind. I am proud of our country's history, our immigrant make-up and diverse cultures, our nation building struggles, our capable government and the success of our development. I hope that through this campaign, we can help raise awareness of the fact that there are many amongst us that need help, and inspire more people to come forward to contribute in any way they can. - Bennett Neo
Relay Majulah - Ong Tze Boon Running To Impact Others
by President's Challenge
About Relay Majulah Relay Majulah is a ground-up initiative to form a 200-runners team to conquer 2,000km over 200 hours (2-10 Nov 2019) to raise funds for President's Challenge and its 67 supported charities; and to commemorate Singapore's 200 years. It also aims to unite the community, for the community; and tell the inspiring stories of people with indomitable spirit, who live life to the full and live life without limits. About Ong Tze Boon Ong Tze Boon is the Group Executive Chairman at Ong & Ong and has transformed the business into a one-stop, cross-disciplinary design centre with a staff of nearly 600 across key cities in Asia. Boon is also an avid runner having ran several major marathons and was one of the first 2 Singaporeans to complete the World Marathon Challenge. He is the Co-Chair of Relay Majulah Organising Committee in support of President's Challenge. Being a Singaporean has a special place for me. I have lived and travelled much; and am privileged to be Citizen of a country where the fragile balance of our community is not taken lightly and cherished with care. I believe in prioritising health & self before all else. I hope my participation in this run helps to rally the community for the community, and inspire others to also live a happy and healthy life. - Ong Tze Boon
Bald is Beautiful
by Cisco Systems (USA) Pte Ltd for Children's Cancer Foundation
Did you know the largest age group of children diagnosed with cancer is between 0-4 years old? Bald is Beautiful is a fundraising initiative - spreading the idea that being bald is cool and bald is beautiful, led by the example of Cisco CX VP, Sae Kwon and Operations' Director, Harry Singh. We want to support children and families affected by cancer in raising childhood cancer awareness and start our volunteering and fundraising journey with Children's Cancer Foundation (CCF). Between hope and possible, there's a bridge...and it's you! Donate generously to give the children with cancer and their families the much-needed support in their battle against the life-threating illness.
Sinaran Charity Campaign 2019
by TAA Trust Fund
A year ago, we featured stories of our beneficiaries that we had the opportunity of journeying with and shared glimpses of their lives to the community through mainstream media in the hope of inspiring many. A year on, a father was reunited with his son. A daughter inspired thousands of TV viewers. And sadly, a mother recently experienced the passing of her beloved child. From the journey with our beneficiaries, witnessing their smiles and tears, we understood that the opportunity to assist them comes with not only continued commitment but urgency. Changing times meant changing circumstances where the opportunity to enlighten lives might be lost, especially for the less fortunate who face multiple health challenges additional to financial difficulties. TAA received the highest number of applications for financial aid in 6 years. The number of beneficiaries in 2019 increased to more than 3,000. With the above in mind and at heart, we are embarking on another charity campaign and we are appealing for your support to journey with us to enable our team to provide sustainable assistance for our beneficiaries from underprivileged families.
Keeping the Train Going: All Aboard for 2020
by Sing Lit Station Limited
Sing Lit Station is FOUR in 2020! We'll dig deeper roots into communities to grow more bark & reach new heights. We believe everyone has a story to tell. In 2019, we reached 4,109 youths with Book A Writer (BAW); spreading Sing Lit to new generations. We held poetry workshops in prisons & donated Sing Lit books to their library. We gather local & migrant writers in Carnival of Poetry & Migrant Literature Festival. We painted Singapore Poetry On The Sidewalks in Punggol, launched a SingPoWriMo journal & sold out 2 nights of Sing Lit Body Slam. We strive for new frontiers, break norms & get Sing Lit into hands & hearts. We couldn't have done all of this without you. In 2020, we'll: - Engage youth: Bring BAW to new schools & expand our writer network; - Reach communities: Make our prison poetry workshops a regular feature; continue supporting Carnival of Poetry, Migrant Literature Festival & start a new workshop for migrant writers; work with mental health & hospice networks; - Archive Sing Lit: Expand poetry.sg with Chinese-language writers & create teaching resources; - Develop writers: Launch the 3rd manuscript bootcamp (Prose); organise a new intercultural writing residency for 10 Singaporean and Asian writers; support more workshops & masterclasses; - Conquer the Internet: New editions of SingPoWriMo & SeaPoWriMo & that's just what we can share! Tell our story to your friends & colleagues, so we can tell stories for all of us. Thank you for keeping our Station going!
Let's support the family of the late Jaspreet Kaur
by Domestic Employees Welfare Fund
On 5 November 2019, a foreign domestic worker (FDW) pushed a two-year-old toddler out of harm's way when a car came speeding towards them while they were at Lentor Avenue. Thanks to her quick actions, the toddler escaped serious injuries. Unfortunately, the FDW lost her life. The late Ms Jaspreet Kaur, who was a single mother left behind a seven-year-old daughter, two younger brothers and an ageing mother. We appeal to your generosity to support the bereaved family through this difficult period. Your donation, no matter the amount, will go a long way for them.
Support Children with Special Needs x #GivingWeekSG
by ASSOCIATION FOR PERSONS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
What makes a better gift to our children with special needs than the gift of independence and self-reliance? In support of the Giving Week movement and the giving season, we invite you to celebrate the spirit of giving by supporting our beneficiaries at APSN Student Care Centre. Apart from offering activities such as indoor and outdoor games, art and craft, and music and dance, APSN Student Care Centre also reinforces the lessons our beneficiaries learnt in schools by providing guidance on Activities of Daily Living Skill and Community Living Skills. Over time, these skills will enable our students to become independent and self-reliant members of the society. Your gift will go towards programme funding, teaching resources, engagement of external instructors, as well as the sponsorship of centre fees for families who are struggling to make ends meet. Little acts when multiplied by millions make a world of difference. Together, let's build a #CityofGood - an inclusive Singapore that Cares! *A tax-deduction receipt will only be issued upon request.
GWA Gives Back - SCWO Star Shelter
by Global Women's Alliance by Manulife Singapore for SCWO-Star Shelter
Spread cheer this festive season by giving back to those in need! For the 3rd year running, GWA is conducting a fundraising initiative for Star Shelter from Singapore Council of Women's Organisation (SCWO). Star Shelter provides a safe temporary refuge for women and children who are victims of the family violence regardless of race, language, creed or religion. SCWO empowers the victims to manage and take responsibilities of their own lives and assist them in rebuilding their lives free from violence. Every dollar counts.