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Give Our Patients Every Reason To Smile This Festive Season
by Care for the Elderly Foundation (Singapore)
Give our patients every reason to smile this festive season. That many kind and generous souls still exist. Your generous donation will enable us to continue providing a holistic home care service that brings hope, joy and smiles to our frail and immobile elderly patients. May the festive season give you every reason to rejoice as well as bring smiles to others such as our patients. Kindly donate if you can and/or share this appeal with others. "To receive is joy, to give is love."
Help Change Lives This Giving Week!
by Beautiful People SG Ltd
Beautiful People began with the simple idea that dreams matter. Thanks to the generosity of donors like you, we are now in eight partner homes and have invested in the dreams of more than 800 young men and women. Our vision continues to guide us, as we endeavor to make every dream a possibility. Built upon the belief that 'We are a relationship, not a programme', our mandate continues to evolve with the needs of our communities. Our dedicated volunteers have powered much of our growth, advancing our cause of nurturing purposeful relationships between volunteer mentors and their mentees. From just one befriender programme under Beyond Social Services in 2006, we now offer ten diverse mentoring programmes, from serving teenage girls and boys in rehabilitation homes, to inmates in Changi Women's Prison and young mums with toddlers. We ask for your support in making the dreams of our mentees a reality, by helping us to empower and transform more lives. Because Our Dreams Matter.
Share-A-Pot @ Agape Village
by Caritas Singapore Community Council - The CSCC Agape Fund
This Christmas, please support the Share-A-Pot @ Agape Village (SAP @ AV) programme. Share-A-Pot @ Agape Village is an exercise and healthy living programme, organised in collaboration with Yishun Health-National Health Care Group, aimed to build brawn, brain and bonds through broth. Share-A-Pot @ Agape Village is a volunteer-run programme that brews up nutritious soup, meaningful fun and fitness activities for seniors in our community! An average of about 120 senior citizens attend the weekly programme. Agape Village, is an integrated social service hub that welcomes all regardless of race and religion. Caritas charities and social service organisations operating at Agape Village provides access to financial assistance, counselling, therapy, respite care, free legal aid and skills training. Programmes at AV include youth outreach, day activities for adults with special needs and child protection programmes.
Bangladesh Refugee Crisis Relief 2017
by Mercy Relief
Thank you for helping us reach our initial $30K target. We see the compassion Singapore has to help others and we will be extending our fundraising period. The humanitarian crisis in Rakhine State, Myanmar, has seen over 600,000 people flee across the border into neighboring Bangladesh. Here they face over-populated living conditions, and a severe shortage of food, shelter and water. Majority of those displaced are women, children and the elderly. Mercy Relief is committed to supporting the ongoing relief efforts on the ground and will be deploying a team to Bangladesh to distribute critical supplies. With a focus on reaching out to vulnerable groups, relief items will include dignity kits to meet women's hygiene needs, shelter kits and solar lamps. Help us. We can all make a difference with a simple donation. Support our 'Bangladesh Refugee Crisis Relief' efforts today. For more update, follow us on our Facebook page: http://facebook.com/MercyReliefOfficial All donors can expect to receive an Impact Report at the completion of this relief effort. * Please note that all donations for foreign charitable causes are not eligible for tax deduction. ** Photo credit: ActionAid Bangladesh
In Memory of Dr Wong Yu Yi
by SMA CHARITY FUND
In Memory of Dr Wong Yu Yi, who passed on peacefully in pursuit of her passion for diving on 6th Sept 2017, in Blue Lagoon, Bali. The National University of Singapore, Faculty of Medicine Class of 1993, have set up this page on behalf of friends and colleagues who knew Dr Wong, in support of the SMA Charity Fund. Dr Wong was a kind, caring and thoughtful person who always gave her best for her patients and for the medical profession. Her legacy will be passed on to future generations of doctors through the spirit of giving. Donations made towards SMA Charity Fund in Memory of Dr Wong Yu Yi will go directly to underprivileged medical students, supporting their basic living needs, to give them more time and opportunity to concentrate on their studies. Thank you for your love and support.
SOS (Save our Shakespeare) Campaign
by Singapore Repertory Theatre
GOOD NEWS! Together with the donations we received via cheque ($23,064), we have hit around 73% of our fundraising target of $100,000! It has encouraged us to take the bold decision to go ahead with another Shakespeare in the Park production in 2018. THE NOT-SO-GOOD NEWS So with just $72,569, we are guaranteed to end this production in the red. But we feel compelled to carry on, anyway. WHY WE ARE DOING IT ANYWAY Our loyal Shakespeare in the Park fans expressed disappointment when we announced our forced hiatus. For them, for the theatre professionals who work with us and to continue contributing to Singapore's vibrant arts calendar with world-class theatre, we have decided to go ahead with another production. Come May 2018 you will be treated to an exciting, reimagining of Julius Caesar. KEEP THE SUPPORT COMING! We still have a long way to go. So please spread the word to family, friends and colleagues to help us reach our $100,000 target and keep Shakespeare in the Park alive. Any amount you donate will be gratefully accepted, but do note that should you donate $200 or more, you will be eligible for 250% tax benefits.
15 Short Films
by Stories of Us Fund for The Community Foundation of Singapore
Fifteen Singapore filmmakers are coming together for a film project to rediscover and tell a side of Singaporeans previously untold. We think of ourselves as practical, hardworking and driven, but we also have taken risks, dared to care beyond convenience and stood up for what we believed in. The short films will feature stories from the 1970s-late 90s from the Singapore Archives, SPH, MediaCorp and national libraries to present in a diversity in styles, the everyday heroes who made us who we are today. Fifteen directors will range from the most acclaimed and experienced to very young filmmakers who show promise and potential because we believe all our voices matter. This is a community effort and we will tell our stories together to express our Singapore story. Donations of cash, in-kind and skills are welcome. We invite you to be part of the story.
Help Us Build a New Home
by St. John's Home For Elderly Persons
Due to urbanisation and the need to maximise land use, we are required to return to the Government two-thirds of the land that have served us well for the past 60 years. The estimated construction cost of $12 million for a new building is a huge sum of money, especially for a relatively small Charity like St. John's Home. But we need to continue providing for homeless and/or needy elderly persons. Together, we can build a new, future-ready Home for the Elderly, a place where they can age in comfort, grace and dignity. Join us on this exciting new journey today!
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
President's Star Charity 2017
by President's Challenge
Helming Singapore's landmark charity event for the first time is President Halimah Yacob and she will be joined by veteran hosts Gurmit Singh, Glenda Chong, Paul Foster and Kimberly Wang in the all new President's Star Charity 2017. For the first time event, the show is extended beyond the stage. While Mediacorp celebrities collaborate with local talents to bring audiences a fund filled night of song, dance and music at the MES Theatre, viewers can now witness first-hand how every donation to the President's Star Charity makes a difference when local radio personalities join forces with volunteers from the 52 beneficiaries to bring love and hope to the less fortunate LIVE on-air. Because 'It Takes All of Us' to make a difference, the President's Star Charity 2017 is a call to action for every man, woman and child living in Singapore, be it time, effort or money, everyone can do their part to make a positive change in the lives of those in need.
by [email protected] for Save Our Street Dogs
Fynn, a nervous little puppy snick under one of our vehicles on Jurong Island, and there were no signs of his family around. We put him together with 3 other puppies from another litter and he warmed up and blended in very quickly. When he was about 6 mths old, Jurong Island caretakers noticed his lost of appetite and weight. Fynn was brought to vet and diagnosed with kidney failure. It was suspected that this is due to his low resistance to the poor environmental conditions. Luck for Fynn, a fosterer stepped in to nurse him before his health deteriorates further. While caring for him, fosterer noticed he is prone to vomit when consumed too much proteins and treats. An ultrasound investigation revealed that he was also suffering from reactive lymph nodes that caused intestinal tract inflammation and bleeding. This in turn caused his lost of appetite and nausea. Fynn has to have subcutaneous shots on a daily basis to flush out the toxin in his body as his liver was too weak to do the job. With proper medication, supplements and closely following the prescribed diet, Fynn's condition has stabilized, and requires only 2 shots a week. Todate Fynn's medical bills total $3700 and continues to grow till he is fully recovered. Please help us fight this battle alongside him by helping with his medical costs. No amount is too small ! And, we are still looking for a family with an open heart to open their house to Fynn. Click here and start a discussion: http://bit.ly/2gOlYbo