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PIIMA: Breathe Life Into India
by PAN INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT ALUMNI for Singapore Red Cross Society
The Pan IIM Alumni of Singapore (PIIMA) launched #BreatheLifeIntoIndia on 1 May with a simple mission - to save lives from COVID. PIIMA is working across its alumni network to place orders with trusted suppliers, organize logistics, make quality checks and get last-mile delivery organized. The community is leveraging its networks to identify supply sources within Singapore, Malaysia, China, Taipei and Turkey. PIIMA is working with partners such as the Singapore Red Cross, Temasek Foundation and the Indian High Commission as well as ACT Grants, a non-governmental organization that handles last-mile distribution in India. So far, over 2500 concentrators have been ordered, 6300 oxygen cylinders and eight Pressure Swing Absorption (PSA) plants have already been shipped, to directly support patients and healthcare workers in hospitals. The team has identified more supplies, but needs more funds to provide more of these lifesaving medical resources. #BreatheLife team will work non-stop to ensure we get the right supplies into the right hands. For large corporate donations please contact [email protected] We know you may have questions -on sourcing, payments, last mile distribution etc. Please contact [email protected] or [email protected] Note: donations not eligible for tax deductions in Singapore. #BreatheLife Team thanks you in anticipation.
India COVID-19 Response
by Singapore Red Cross Society
(Note: Donations to overseas efforts are not tax-deductible. If you'd like to also make a donation to help our seniors and low-income families in Singapore and receive 250% tax exemption, we invite you to do so here: https://s.giving.sg/vsB2G6y) Updates as of 12 May 2021: Since the launch of its public appeal on 28 April, the Singapore Red Cross has received over S$3.2 million in donations. The first tranche of aid, worth about SGD 3.6 million, includes medical equipment such as oxygen concentrators, oxygen cylinders, and ventilators to directly support patients and healthcare workers in hospitals. More updates on our response at our website (redcross.sg) and social channels Facebook and Twitter (@sgredcross) - SRC is fundraising to deliver assistance and support communities in India, affected or at risk of being affected by the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. Medical equipment and supplies, such as ventilators, oxygen cylinders and oxygen concentrators, are urgently needed. In the first instance, we have purchased and will deliver five ventilators to community hospitals in New Delhi through the Indian Red Cross Society. As we raise more funds, we can provide more lifesaving medical resources. 'The needs are immense, and we look forward to working with more organisations to support the relief efforts in India. Our response plan will be adjusted based on ongoing developments, evolving needs and regular assessment of the situation,' said Mr Benjamin William.
Makan for Hope Festival 2021 - Seeding Hope For Future Generations
by Makan For Hope for Fei Yue Community Services
Welcome to Makan for Hope Festival 2021, a community powered fundraising campaign for Fei Yue https://www.fycs.org, one of Singapore's largest charity organisations, in conjunction with their 30th anniversary. We aim to raise S$125,000 to improve the lives of over 1,500 Fei Yue beneficiaries. Every bit of help counts! -Children with special needs Provide occupational and speech therapy for low-income children with special needs, as well as an emergency support fund to cover essentials like bus transport fares. -Low-income Seniors Your donations will provide breakfast for low-income seniors, as well as an emergency support fund for purchasing grocery vouchers or rations. Your donation is safe and secured by giving.sg a government backed charity portal. Donations will go directly to the Fei Yue beneficiaries. Every dollar counts! For more information, visit www.makanforhope.org and https://feiyue30.saltmedia.asia. Thank you!
Gift a Meal of New Hope
by New Hope Community Services
Can you spare $10 to bless the displaced with hot meals? Wondering what to order for your next delivery meal? Our clients worry about their next meal too. Overwhelmed by the loss of jobs, chronic health problems, familial conflicts and isolation, securing their next meal is yet another addition to the many daily challenges they face. While New Hope provides a safe shelter and services to help our clients rebuild their lives, stricter Covid-19 measures have impacted our operations and our clients' ability to access food. With just $10 a day, 1 shelter resident will be able to access 3 nourishing meals (at $3.30 per packet of food). Your gift will feed former rough sleepers, families-in-need (including young children and youths-at-risk) and former offenders. By meeting their essential needs, your gift will enable our clients to stay safe and healthy during this pandemic. Thank you for your gift of New Hope!
Gaza and West Bank Conflict Response
by Singapore Red Cross Society
(Note: Donations to overseas efforts are not tax-deductible. If you'd like to also make a donation to help our seniors and low-income families in Singapore and receive 250% tax exemption, we invite you to do so here: https://s.giving.sg/vsB2G6y) In response to the conflict, and rapidly deteriorating humanitarian situation in Gaza and the West Bank, the Singapore Red Cross (SRC) will be launching a public appeal to support the affected and vulnerable communities in the region. This will include the US$100,000 seed money by the Singapore Government in response to the Society's relief efforts. Working closely with the International Federation of Red Cross Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement Partners, the aid will be channeled towards emergency medical equipment and supplies, as well as food and non-food relief items that will be distributed in displaced shelters for the affected communities. Mr Benjamin William, Secretary General and CEO of Singapore Red Cross, said, While the conflict is complex and protracted, the humanitarian situation has rapidly worsened since mid-April 2021 and has since recorded a significant number of fatalities and casualties. In addition to medical support, it is also critical that we provide food and non-food relief items for those displaced as a result of the conflict. SRC will continue to work closely with our Red Cross Red Crescent Movement partners and stand ready to assist further, if necessary.
Walk for Mental Wellness (W4MW)
by Caregivers Alliance Limited
Walk for Mental Wellness (W4MW) is a fundraising campaign to raise funds for Caregivers Alliance Limited (CAL). Tapping on the Tote Board's Enhanced Fund-Raising Programme, we aim to raise at least $250,000 for a dollar-for-dollar matching from the Government. Leveraging on this campaign, we hope to raise greater awareness about mental health and CAL's role in helping and supporting caregivers of persons with mental health issues and to mobilise more donors and supporters for our cause. Champions who are keen advocates for mental wellness and caregiving will be participating in this campaign. You Donate $100, Champions Walk 1 km Based on the idea of "You Donate, We Walk", every $100 raised will amount to 1 km in walking distance. As a donor, you are encouraged to channel your donation to any of the Mental Wellness Champions from the Individual or Group category, and your selected Champion will clock the distance that matches the donation amount that you donated. All donations $50 and above will qualify for 250% tax-deductions. More information can be found at www.cal4mentalwellness.sg.
TD Securities Europe & Asia-Pacific Charity Drive in support of India
by The Toronto-Dominion Bank for Singapore Red Cross Society
TD Securities employees across Europe & Asia-Pacific are committed to raising money internally in support of India COVID-19 Response. We are pleased to donate to a cause that helps provide much needed assistance to impacted communities. The funds will be used to purchase urgently needed medical equipment and supplies.
Help the terminally ill live and leave well
by JL KAH for Assisi Hospice
Learning that one's illness is not responsive to curative medical treatment and will worsen and eventually lead to death can be traumatic and difficult to process. Assisi Hospice provides end-of-life care for patients of any race, faith and financial condition with terminal illness. Assisi Hospice serves more than 2,000 patients yearly and in 2019, helped with 20 pro bono funerals (inpatient). 48% of Assisi Hospice's patients are poorest of the poor and means tested to the lowest income level. These patients may not have years to their life, but your generosity can help them live their remaining days with less pain, less suffering, more comfort, more love and with dignity. Will you help these needy patients with terminal illness live and leave well? *Special note to a special donor: Many people are not comfortable hearing about end-of-life matters. I'm real glad you have read this far. Thank you. It is not an easy journey for the patients and their families and it is heart-warming to know that there are angels, like you, who are ready to help. Thank you so much.
Project Journey With You
by Loving Heart Multi-Service Centre (Jurong)
Ms Siti (not her real name) was in the midst of an emotionally draining divorce and suffered from breast cancer during her pregnancy. We got to know of her case when she was trying to make ends meet and stepped in to assist her household and her children's necessities. She has since given birth, is recovering from her illness and much more stable at the moment. As the project name suggests, we aspire to be that helping hand on our clients' road to recovery and tread the journey with them until they can stand on their feet. Sponsored by Baring Private Equity Asia and its staff members, Project Journey With You is a targeted fundraising administrative plan for Jurong Central. The first run of the project will reach out to 400 households in Jurong Central's rental estate with interim assistance packages. Each set will include $15 Ezlink Card and $25 NTUC Voucher. The modalities of support will be varied, and will evolve with time.