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Training Smart with a Caring Heart
by Steven Quek for HCA HOSPICE CARE
As we pursue personal interests and challenges, let's also remember the less fortunate in our midst. This book - "Training Smart" - shares my experience acquired over 30 years in training endurance athletes. While it has been an enjoyable and meaningful pursuit for me, I hope to help bring joy and care to people facing life-limiting illnesses. In this regard, I would like to invite you to join me in this journey. Please donate $30 (or more) to HCA Hospice Care, an organisation into its 30th year of community service, and join my "Training Smart with a Caring Heart" initiative. You will receive a copy of the publication for your donation and your donation will go a long way to helping its beneficiaries and their family! Thank you for your support! Sincerely, Steven Quek (Please refer to the Training Smart with a Caring Heart FB page for details on book collection. All cash donations are entitled to 2.5 times tax deduction.)
Golf for Charity 2019
by Caritas Singapore Community Council - The Caritas Singapore Agape Fund
We seek your support for our annual Caritas Singapore Golf for Charity fundraising golf tournament. Caritas Singapore, the official social and community arm of the Catholic Church in Singapore is organising Golf for Charity 2019 for the eleventh year to raise funds to support the work of Caritas Singapore and the Catholic charities and organisations under our umbrella. The funds received enable these groups to continue their work in serving over 50,000 of our less fortunate brothers and sisters through the many service programmes and assistance that they provide. No contribution is too small. We will be most grateful if you could support this golf for charity event either by taking up a flight or/and a sponsorship. We will provide your company with the benefits that are accorded to our Sponsors. We also welcome your outright donations or/and joining us for dinner. All donations are eligible for 2.5 times tax deduction, in accordance to IRAS regulations. For Sponsorship and Donation form on the event, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected] or call Pamela at 6338 3448 if you need any further clarifications. Thank you for your support!
Kenny's 45th Birthday Wish
by Kenny Tan for EMCC (Eagles Mediation & Counselling Centre)
I've been associated with EMCC for almost 10 years as a board member, and have seen the great work that this organisation has done in bringing hope to relationships through counseling and mediation work. EMCC has reached a Crossroads this year - and has to move out of its current premises at Liang Court, having ended its lease. Resources will be required to renovate and settle into a new place to continue its good work. Every dollar raised this year until March 2020 will attract a ONE FOR ONE matching through the Bicentennial Fund. Please support this effort to help EMCC continue its Mission to bring hope to relationships!
Help the Sick and Old Animals Live Meaningful Lives
by Animal Lovers League
Dear ALL Supporters, Our gratitude to you for faithfully following us all these years and your generosity to our rescued animals without which we wouldn't be. We would not have had to appeal for help repeatedly if we have had the hardness of hearts to euthanise the old and sick ones but we couldn't and could only hope and pray you will continue to support our "No-Kill" Policy. We are providing refuge and a second chance to many of them for they have no place in our society and environment for reasons aplenty. Animal Lovers League Shelter will not cease to exist with your continued support. Please continue to support us through this journey to let them have their right to live.
Celebrating 66th Anniversary of Prison Ministry in Singapore
by Seventy Times Seven (formerly known as Life Anew!)
Get involved in our biggest event of the year! Join us at our 66th anniversary gala dinner on 28 August 2019. Proceeds from the gala dinner will allow us to continue our outreach to about 1100 inmates weekly, as well as provide financial, emotional and educational support to their families. Every $750 donated will help us to support and practically assist one beneficiary (whether an inmate, ex-offender or a member of their family) for one year. Please mark your calendar, and RSVP to sponsor a table here tinyurl.com/y37lgqtb Wednesday 28 August 2019 Gala Dinner at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel 320 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238865 Donating is simple and secure. The money will directly go to Prison Fellowship Singapore. For more info on our work, please visit www.pfs.org.sg
Amputee Support Group Fundraising
by Davina Koh for TTSH Community Fund
Founded in 2010, the Amputee Support Group (ASG) is a collaboration between the Ang Mo Kio-Thye Hua Kwan Hospital Care and Counselling Department, and Tan Tock Seng Hospital Rehabilitation Centre. ASG is funded by the TTSH Community Fund, and helps persons with amputation maintain a social support network by addressing their psychosocial needs and reduce social isolation. Our members come from different walks of life with different stories to share, with many having experienced social isolation. The ASG meets monthly to conduct educational sessions, covering topics such as anger management to maintenance of artificial limbs. We also organise outings to benefit the mental and physical well-being of our members. These activities help them reintegrate to the community by boosting their confidence and gaining public acceptance. We truly believe that our members have more abilities than disabilities. Each donation of $20 and/or above, entitles donors to one tote bag*. These tote bags are customised with the ASG logo and words of inspiration contributed by members. Through these bags, we hope to create public awareness of the presence of ASG and a sense of solidarity amongst our members. *each donation transaction of $20 and/or above would entitle donors to 1 bag (only), while stocks last.
TTSH Charity Heritage Walk 2019: Tan Tock Seng's Journey
by TTSH Community Fund
TTSH Charity Heritage Walk 2019: Tan Tock Seng's Journey is TTSH Community Fund's inaugural heritage walk for charity. This event commemorate the hospital's 175th Anniversary and 200 years of Singapore story. The walk has been endorsed by the Singapore Bicentennial Office as part of the Singapore's Bicentennial Commemoration. Beyond nostalgia, this walk also aim to raise funds for TTSH Community Fund. You can support us by one or more of the following ways: 1. Participate in TTSH Charity Heritage Walk 2019; 2. Donate to TTSH Community Fund; 3. Fundraise for TTSH Community Fund; 4. Spread the word to your family and friends. About the walk: In 1844, Mr Tan Tock Seng donated 7,000 Spanish dollars to build the Pauper's Hospital at Pearl's Hill. Through various heritage sites along the trail starting from Pearl's Hill to present day TTSH at Novena, participants will learn about Mr Tan's life and his contributions to early Singapore. We hope to bring greater awareness of Singapore's rich history and how early merchants who made good also made great efforts to better the lives of our forefathers, who were in turn able to contribute to Singapore today. For more information, visit us at www.ttsh.com.sg/TTSHCharityHeritageWalk2019 or contact us at 6357 2500 and/or [email protected] . Follow us at https://www.facebook.com/events/666416373740860/ for the latest event updates.
NCIS Cancer Fund
by NUHS Fund Limited
Managed by NUHS Fund Limited, the National University Cancer Institute, Singapore (NCIS) Cancer Fund funds - needy cancer patients, cancer research and the education and training of healthcare professionals. The NCIS' Cancer Fund's Objectives: - To assist patients who are in financial need - To assist in the funding of relevant research in common cancers - To assist in the development of services that will enhance cancer care in Singapore - To help staff keep abreast of the advances in cancer management For more information: http://www.ncis.com.sg
Join Us at our Gala Dinner! Help complete our new Home.
by St. John's Home For Elderly Persons
A fundraising event for our new Home! Our Gala Dinner will be held on 24th August 2019, at the Jubilee Garden at SAFRA Toa Payoh. We are constructing a new 5-storey Home as the land-lease for the land we currently occupy had expired in Dec 2015. The new building needs $15 million to complete and we are still in need of $5 million to complete our new Home. As part of the Bicentennial Celebrations, the Singapore Government will grant dollar for dollar matching for donations raised by IPCs in between 1 April 2019 and 31 Mar 2020, up to a cap of $400,000 per IPC. Tote Board will also grant our Home 40% of funds raised for this event. Please join us and help us complete our new Home for our elderly residents!
ADOPT A BEAR IN SUPPORT OF MEDICAL STUDENTS IN NEED
by SMA CHARITY FUND
Support Medical Students in need by adopting a bear. For every $60 donated, receive an exclusive bear in a doctor's attire and for every $1,000 donated, receive a limited edition set of 5 bears in various doctor's attires. We have only 100 sets of the limited edition set of 5 bears. Donate now in support of medical students in financial need and receive a lovely bear as a token of our appreciation. In addition, every dollar you donate will be matched dollar for dollar by the Bicentennial Community Fund! Bears will only be available for delivery to you in mid June. Thank you for your support!
Support underprivileged families in times of distress
by Assisi Hospice
The Thia family live in a 3-bedroom HDB flat in Bukit Purmei. The sole breadwinner, Mr Thia Tong Huat, worked as a factory machine operator and provided for his wife, son and daughter, who all have mild intellectual disability. However, in February 2018, Mr Thia, the strong pillar of the family, passed away due to complications from diabetes. Before his demise, the older Mr Thia had asked his son, 34-year-old Alan, who was more independent, to take care of himself and the family. Unfortunately, a few months after Mr Thia's passing, Alan was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease. Alan is worried about his own health and his mother and sister. He was referred to Assisi Home Care Service, which is provided free, for symptom management and palliative care. Our Home Care team also provided psychosocial and emotional support for Alan. One of the things Alan wanted to do for his sister and mom was to bring them to the Zoo as the place holds fond memories for them. The Assisi team helped to fulfil his wish of a family trip to the Zoo on 24 May 2019, two days before his birthday. 51% of Assisi Hospice's patients are poorest of the poor and means tested to the lowest income level. Our patients, especially those from underprivileged families like Alan, require help from the community in times of distress. Your generosity will help us bring care, comfort and joy to our patients and their families.