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Donate to Red Cross Response to Afghanistan Earthquake
by Singapore Red Cross Society
(Note: Donations to overseas efforts are not tax-deductible. Receipts will only be issued upon request.) This is a fundraising appeal by the Singapore Red Cross (SRC) for the Afghanistan earthquake disaster. Afghanistan's deadliest earthquake in 20 years registered a magnitude of 6.1 and destroyed hundreds of homes in the southeastern provinces of Paktika and Khost, claiming more than 1,000 lives. Singapore Red Cross Secretary General/CEO Mr Benjamin William said, "We are deeply saddened by the devastation and loss of lives, especially for a country that is already facing a dire economic and humanitarian crisis. The survivors are in urgent need of clean water, food and shelter, which we are working with our partners on the ground to provide. The road ahead to rebuild and recover will be challenging, and we appeal to everyone to lend a hand." SRC is committing a contribution of SGD$50,000, to support the immediate needs of those affected, including food, emergency shelter, emergency trauma care, non-food items as well as water, sanitation and hygiene items. Donations will go towards providing medical assistance and transport for the injured; Procuring and distributing relief items such as blankets, tents, tarpaulins, water containers, food and water to affected zones as well as recovery operations. To support our local causes & receive tax deduction on your donation, please visit https://s.giving.sg/oAkoW1e
Donate to Red Cross Response in Ukraine
by Singapore Red Cross Society
(Note: Donations to overseas efforts are not tax-deductible. Receipts will only be issued upon request.) This is a fundraising appeal by the Singapore Red Cross (SRC) for the Humanitarian Crisis in Ukraine. Your donation will provide immediate aid for the vulnerable -- unaccompanied minors, women with children, elderly & people with disabilities; support their basic needs like shelter, food/water, & psychosocial support. In response to the fast-growing refugee crisis, SRC has contributed $2.5 million in humanitarian aid to Ukraine and 6 neighbouring countries - Poland, Hungary, Lithuania, Slovakia, Moldova and Romania. SRC Secretary General/CEO Benjamin William: "The combination of an active and bloody conflict, extreme cold weather and Covid-19 means that for the people in the conflict regions and those who have been displaced from their homes, the days ahead will be a struggle for survival. The humanitarian needs on the ground will continue to rise as the conflict intensifies. Our team has been working closely with the Ukrainian Red Cross, the IFRC, the ICRC, and other National Societies to ensure the most appropriate and timely response." The humanitarian needs are massive & the operations are complex, with the ongoing conflict & border crisis hurting innocent civilians. We call for your support to this critical humanitarian operation. If you'd also like to support our local causes & receive tax deduction on your donation, please visit https://s.giving.sg/oAkoW1e
CAL 4 MENTAL WELLNESS
by Caregivers Alliance Limited
CAL FOR MENTAL WELLNESS (C4MW) aims to raise funds for Caregivers Alliance Limited (CAL) to continue supporting caregivers of persons with mental health issues in the community. Tapping on the Tote Board Enhanced Fund-Raising Programme, we aim to raise $500,000, for dollar-to-dollar matching from the Government, capped at $250,000. Besides raising funds, the campaign aims to boost mental health awareness and literacy among the general public. We also hope to spread awareness about the availability of fully-funded programmes and services for caregivers of people with mental health issues, that are offered by CAL. We are rallying the community and caregivers to get creative and start their own mini campaigns in support of the cause. Anyone interested to participate can choose any activity and seek donations to complete milestones or commitments. For example, "If I receive $10,000 in donations, I will cycle around the island" or "If I receive $500 I will conduct a zoom baking class for 10 people". CAL will lead several activities that anyone can participate in. Suggestions for campaigns will be provided on our website (cal4mentalwellness.sg), and social media, and we will feature public-led campaigns throughout the four week period to inspire and motivate others. All campaign creators will be referred to as Mental Wellness Champions (MWCs). This sets the ball rolling for CAL's foray into developing a pool of MWCs within the community.
Clementi Charity Golf 2022
by CLEMENTI CCC COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND WELFARE FUND
To continue our programmes which will benefit about 1,500 families through our annual Festive Cheers Groceries Distributions and more than 1,000 students from our annual Edusave Bursary Awards; and many others on-going short-term assistance scheme.
Discovering Singapore Ride for S3
by Stroke Support Station
Latest update on 24Jun2022: 1 Day before the 37th DSR , we registered 42 donors with donations amounting to $91,798 (including giving.sg platform, cheques and via PayNow). Only donations through Giving.sg platform will be reflected on this campaign page. Discovering Singapore Ride (DSR) is raising funds for S3 to support stroke survivors and other rehab client's recovery journeys. At the same time, to promote stroke awareness and prevention. Before the pandemic, I visited S3's (Stroke Support Station) two centres to better understand their mission. I was impressed with their specialised equipment and enthusiastic volunteers in rehabilitating stroke patients. After two long years of circuit-breaks, I am using this 37th edition of Discovering Singapore Ride to do some good. I count on your generous support to help me raise $200,000. All donations pledged via the giving.sg platform from 13Jun2022 onwards will be enhanced by a dollar-for-dollar matching by Tote Board, capped at $250,000. S3 was founded in 2015 by the late Mrs Teo Poh Yim who personally saw a gap in community care and support of stroke survivors and their families. This fundraising effort is part of S3's Let's do it 21 x 21 campaign that aims to get everyone to commit to moving actively at least 21 mins per day for 21 days to form a healthy habit for stroke prevention
HealthServe's 16th Anniversary Gala Dinner - A World Together
by HEALTHSERVE LTD
HealthServe Celebrates a World Together Join us as we celebrate 16 years of healing, inspiring and bridging communities Saturday 20th August 2022 Cocktails 7pm & Dinner 7.30pm The Fullerton Hotel, The Ballroom Graced by Guest of Honour, Tan See Leng, Minister of Manpower, Second Minister for Trade & Industry. Come dressed in your traditional best and join us for a charity auction and guest performances from sought-after jazz vocalist Joanna Dong and the talented Voices of Singapore Children's Choir. Tickets: - Platinum table $20,000 - Gold table $12,000 - Silver table $6,000 All tables purchased through HealthServe's Giving.Sg campaign page will be matched $ for $ up to $250,000 by Tote Board. Thank you for your continued support of HealthServe and the migrant worker community in Singapore.
Learn & Play Fundraiser
by Fei Yue Family Service Centre
The school holiday is a time when children of all ages look forward to fun workshops outside the usual academics. Some families even have an overseas trip planned to take a mid-year break. The low-income families, however, do not have this privilege. They struggle on a daily basis to make ends meet and do not have extra resources for their children apart from meeting their daily needs. Children in low-income families have no activities to engage them during the month-long school holidays as such workshops can be costly. Their living condition in rental flats or smaller-sized flats also tend to push the children out to seek activities on their own and this becomes a concern should they may fall into the wrong company and go astray. Helmed by Fei Yue Family Service Centre and SG Cares Volunteer Centres operated by Fei Yue, the Learn & Play workshop aims to provide a platform for the children in the low-income families to have a chance to participate in a variety of workshops to broaden their knowledge and perspective beyond books. With the Learn & Play workshop in mind, we aim to raise funds to cover workshop fees, workshop materials, trainers' fees, etc., to sponsor 1,000 children between the aged of 5 and 12 from the low-income families to allow them to be enrolled in the workshops that they are interested in without having to worry about the workshop fees.
#ICAN____ Fundraiser for Lakeside's Children & Youths
by Lakeside Family Services
As a child, your dreams for the future were imaginative and boundless. Our fundraiser campaign, #ICAN____, aims to encourage children and youths to boldly declare their aspirations. Last year, we raised over $115k which helped us to change the lives of more than 500 children and 250 youths. Help us achieve $300k this year to run enhanced programmes that will guide our children and youths' social and emotional development, and transform their character, develop confidence and competence. Our #ICAN____ fundraising campaign will be running from till 31 Oct 2022. Will you help us inspire our children and youths to uncover their potential?
Citi Supports ChildAid 2022 (CPB)
by Citi Supports ChildAid 2022 (CPB) for The RICE Company Limited
As part of Citi's 17th Global Community Day (GCD), "Citi Supports ChildAid 2022 (CPB)" is a fundraising campaign organized by CPB to support ChildAid, a charity concert that raises funds for needy children served by The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (STSPMF) and The Business Times Budding Artists Fund (BTBAF). STSPMF gives students from financially-strapped families allowances for school-related expenses (e.g. meals, transport fares) while BTBAF helps socially-disadvantaged but artistically-inclined youth pursue their passion in the arts. In 2021, Citi raised close to S$430,000 for ChildAid despite challenges posed by the global pandemic. The campaign demonstrates our commitment in giving back to the community, and we hole to bring our friends and partners alongside us. We invite you to join us in our giving journey - a contribution from you goes a long way for our beneficiaries. Citi's philanthropic and volunteerism efforts were recognized by the People's Association with the Partnership Excellence 2020 award, and by the National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre (NVPC) as 2020's Champion of Good. As a trailblazer in championing corporate giving, Citi was named the Champion of Good by NVPC in 2019 and was the sole recipient of the President's Award for Volunteerism & Philanthropy (Corporate, Large Enterprise category) in the same year - the highest honour for organizations that have shown excellence in the spirit of giving in Singapore.
K4K Supports SHINE Nothing Is Impossible 2022
by SHINE Children and Youth Services
Funds raised will go towards the SHINE Nothing Is Impossible 2022 campaign and will be matched by the Tote Board and the Singapore government. Every dollar you give becomes two dollars towards new initiatives and existing programmes that support: 1. Children with learning difficulties : - Psycho-educational assessment to enable early diagnosis and intervention for children from 5 years old - Early intervention for underprivileged children to overcome learning difficulties - Consultation & support group for parents with children with special learning needs 2. Children and Youth with at-risk profiles : - Positive youth development programmes to reduce juvenile delinquency - Character-building & developmental programmes to impart life skills for youths - Casework and counselling to support youths with mental health challenges - School social work to partner schools in enabling needy children & youth to encourage school completion 3. Training, consultation & supervision for professionals working with marginalised children and youths. _____________________________________________ For more information, you can also visit our page: www.shine.org.sg/nii
Don't Give Up on Them #EmpowerYouth #SafeSpace
by Genie for Lakeside Family Services
Disadvantaged children and youth need a safe space for self-discovery and empowerment, and YOU CAN BE THE ONE to GIVE THEM HOPE by supporting the GRIT Project (TGP). I started this campaign on my birthday and hope you will support them as a birthday gift to me. TGP is run by Lakeside Family Services' Children and Youth Centre and reaches out to such disadvantaged children and youths, aged 5 to 18. Through fun-filled and engaging activities, their staff and volunteers instil values of Grace, Respect, Integrity, and Tenacity (or GRIT) in the hearts of the young. One such youth is J, who used to be an avid gamer spending many hours online. With guidance and mentoring, J has not only found a new passion in badminton, but more importantly, he has also grown in perseverance and sportsmanship. This is what we hope to do at TGP, to equip our young ones with positive values that they can take with them through life. YX now dreams about saving our world's environment when she grows up. Simply because she was given the chance to deepen her passion for planting and farming through TGP's programmes that allowed her to see, learn and engage in hands-on activities in a safe and fun environment. YOUR THOUGHTFUL GIFT WILL HELP NURTURE A NEW GENERATION. One that serves the community with good values, and is confident, competent, connected, and caring. Thank you! For more on The GRIT Project: https://lakeside.org.sg/our-services/children-youth-services/