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Migrants We Care
by Migrant Workers' Assistance Fund
Our migrant workers have been affected by COVID-19. In response to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases among the migrant worker community, MWC has started the "Migrants We Care" fundraising campaign for our migrant worker brothers and sisters in Singapore. 1) Ex-Gratia During the month-long "circuit breaker" period in Singapore, all workplaces except for those providing essential services and those that are able to operate remotely will be suspended to stem the spread of COVID-19. In the unfortunate event that some migrant workers are displaced, a token amount will be given to these affected workers who are unable to recover their salary. 2) Food and Accommodation Most airlines have ceased operations due to COVID-19. Migrant workers might have to stay in Singapore for an extended period because of flight cancellations. To help our migrant workers cope in this period of uncertainty, part of this fund will be used to provide affected migrant workers with food and accommodation. 3) Daily Necessities To provide daily necessities like bathroom essential and items to workers who are required to stay in.
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.
Support migrant workers through Covid-19 and beyond
by HUMANITARIAN ORGANISATION FOR MIGRATION ECONOMICS
The Covid-19 pandemic has adversely affected many in Singapore, and the community of migrant workers has not been spared either: it is unpredictable and constantly evolving, and has created pressure on everyone. The termination of employment, unpaid wages, as well as inadequate access to healthcare and medical aid, are increasingly common threats faced by the migrant community. We want to help workers cope with the disruptions from the outbreak and to allocate resources to areas where it is needed most. HOME has ramped up our support services and would like to continue doing so in the months to follow. Your donations will help us: 1) Provide shelter for our Domestic Workers who are in distress and are unable to go home. 2) Provide financial assistance to all migrant workers, who are in need of urgent medical care. 3) Provide financial assistance for food, transport, and communication. Many of our beneficiaries are not allowed to seek employment. 4) Legal assistance and counsel. 5) Providing remote counselling and emotional support.
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]
COVID-19 Relief : Feed The City (take-away edition)
by The Food Bank Singapore Ltd
The coronavirus outbreak has affected many, including local F&B businesses who have experienced a plunge in footfall. Survival is especially challenging during this time, and the livelihoods of workers in this sector have been affected with many experiencing a loss of income. At the same time, there are people amongst us who are in need of meals due to the disruptions that COVID-19 brought. The Food Bank Singapore is committed to take on the crucial role during such uncertain times to continuously provide food to vulnerable communities and remain fully operational to ensure no one gets left behind. Through Feed the City (Take-Away Edition), we also hope to give F&B retailers that are badly hit a fighting chance of surviving COVID-19. Feed the City also partners Eat for Good, a collaborative initiative by NVPC's Company of Good that aims to bring stakeholders in the food and dining space together to make doing good a part of daily encounters. (https://www.companyofgood.sg/story/276) Purchase a pay-it-forward meal today to support the local F&B businesses and those who are in need today! Local Partner F&B businesses include: Grain Samsui Kitchen Dignity Kitchen Lagun Sari Han Holdings (Rollie Ollie) Spice Village Lotus Thai KG Catering Jeewa Catering Raydy Beehoon Gravy Catering Nando's Chicken Koufu Group READ MORE: https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/coronavirus-food-charities-appeal-for-donations-as-demand-from-the-needy-rises
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. Thank you for your continuing support. Please visit https://www.cf.org.sg/sayangsayangfund/ for more information on the Sayang Sayang Fund.
Project Belanja: Start A Food Chain of Good
by Blossom World Society
Thank you for your generous donations. At this time and until we announce otherwise, all future donations will be exclusively used for the purpose of catering meals for migrant workers supported by ItsRainingRaincoats. They will work closely with Restaurant Association of Singapore's 100 restaurateurs and food chains to bring joy and cheer in the form of nutritious and tasty catered meals to our migrant workers. Those who would like to contribute can visit giving.sg to donate to the Project Belanja fund or simply scan a QR code found on posters which can be found at the premises of participating restaurants. Project Belanja will run till the end of the year.
Urgent C.A.R.E. Support for Persons with Disabilities
by Mediacorp Enable Fund
While COVID-19 has affected many individuals and sectors, the impact on persons with disabilities and their caregivers is disproportionately huge. Those who are seeking employment or working are affected, with some already losing their jobs. Many have not been able to access rehabilitation and care services when centre-based services are suspended, while others face greater difficulty getting food and necessities due to mobility challenges. During this unprecedented time, the C.A.R.E. initiative aims to meet the different needs of about 2000 identified persons with disabilities requiring enhanced support, in partnership with SG Enable's social service agency partners. C.A.R.E. includes: 1. Cooked meals - to persons with physical disabilities or those with visual impairment living alone, or frail persons with disabilities/elderly caregivers 2. Assistance funds - a one-time cash relief for families with multiple persons with disabilities as they experience both financial hardship and caregiving stress. This helps defray some costs for daily expenses (e.g. medical expenses, consumables, etc) 3. Respite care - to low-income elderly caregivers caring for persons with disabilities to minimise risks of burn-out and/or injuries from 24/7 caregiving 4. Essentials distribution - fortnightly distribution of essentials and dry food rations to persons with physical disabilities or those with visual impairment living alone
Urgent! Help us buy food now!
by Food From The Heart
Every one of us is affected by the current Covid-19 situation. No one is spared. The needy is hit even harder now. As a charity, we are not spared either. We have seen drastic drops in cash and food donations. Every month, we need 80,000 food items to feed the our affected families Food from the Heart is supporting monthly under the Community Food Pack Programme. Your donations cannot stop. Our work continues. This is to assure the needy of food on their table three meals a day. Donate generously to buy food items to help fill our food packs. Together, let's feed the needy in these tough times! *Note: FFTH applies 12.5% of your donation to keep our operations going.
Fund Our Future
by Canossaville Children and Community Services
Your help is critical to our future. The COVID-19 situation has caused a decrease in donations and enrolment. Canossaville is facing obstacles and uncertainty like no other time in our history. We hope that this campaign will enable us to ensure a strong future for Canossaville, allowing us to keep our doors open for all the children who rely on us. In 2019, Canossaville spent upwards of $5.5million on operational and administrative costs. The money raised will help us to keep the village up and running, and to continue to be a home away from home for the children in our care. We are dedicated to upkeeping a conducive and safe environment for them to study and play in. In addition, we provide nutritious, healthy meals every day for the students, prepared lovingly by our cooks. Thanks to the generosity of our benefactors, some families pay nothing to place their child in our Student Care or to receive therapy services. Please help us keep this going. We do not want these children to lose access to our services simply because they are unable to afford them. To ensure that we can continue to operate and reach out to the needy families in our care, we need to raise $2 million to close our budget gap. We are launching the Fund Our Future campaign. We believe that every dollar will go a long way in helping us. Please share this campaign with your family and friends, and on social media. On behalf of the children and their families, thank you for your generosity and support.
Donate to Bless: 1,000 Families in their time of need during COVID-19
by Methodist Welfare Services
The COVID-19 situation that we are currently in has resulted in extreme anxiety in the community. For the disadvantaged and vulnerable, the anxiety they feel is even greater. Distressed and low-income families may be facing more hardship when they earn less during this time or when they lose their livelihoods. Having little to no savings will likely cause them to experience more stress and go into debt. Many of them rely on part-time and multiple jobs to make ends meet. However, they struggle between heeding advisories to stay home and having jobs that cannot be done remotely. These families are now forced to choose between bringing food to the table and keeping themselves and their families safe. Methodist Welfare Services aims to raise $1.35m to provide financial assistance to 1,000 low-income families for one year. These funds will support them in meeting their basic needs, and having the resources to better prepare for and handle the direct impact brought about by COVID-19 on their lives. Let's stand together with the struggling families in our community!