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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.
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. As we slowly return to normalcy, we are keeping the campaign open for those who wish to help those vulnerable groups who still require help recovering from the challenges of the pandemic. And we thank you for your continuing support. Please visit https://www.cf.org.sg/sayangsayangfund/ for more information on the Sayang Sayang Fund. *We thank those who have supported us with their own campaigns for the Sayang Sayang Fund. To consolidate fundraising efforts, we will not be accepting anymore new individual campaigns for this Fund. Thank you.
An Earnest Appeal for COH Christmas
by Christian Outreach to the Handicapped
Kwang Wei was diagnosed with Intellectual Disability and communicate via gestures. He also diagnosed with gout and is overweight. Due to his condition, he has been reluctant to participate in outdoor and group activities. Through various intervention plans and collective efforts from the staff, Kwang Wei now participates more actively in our activities. One of his favourite yearly activities is our Christmas celebration, where he can enjoy exciting activities such as participating in music, dancing activities and a short skit. He also gets to enjoy different kinds of food and goodies prepared by our staff, specifically for this festive occasion. In the midst of this challenging time, we endeavour to bring smiles and joy to our clients, through a smaller scale Christmas celebration on 18 December 2020. Please consider to support us financially in this festive celebration. We believe Christmas is a season of giving and your contribution in this festive season will bring cheers to the clients and staff. Thank you and God bless COH Team
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]
GIFT chronically ill children & their families HOPE to fight on
by JL KAH for Club Rainbow (Singapore)
Living with a chronic condition can be challenging for a child. In addition, there may be frequent hospital visits where the treatments and procedures can be frightening or painful. Parents, watching their child struggle physically and emotionally, can feel painful and helpless and, caring for a child with chronic illness can be draining - mentally, emotionally, physically as well as financially. Club Rainbow (Singapore) provides a comprehensive range of services in empowering and enabling children with chronic illnesses and their families through five core aspects, namely emotional support, educational support, social support, financial assistance and informational support. With your generous donation, chronically ill children and their families can receive free access to home & hospital counselling, befriender services, educational seminars and monthly food rations & essentials. The children can also attend tuition (at centre, hospital or home), therapy workshops, arts development and vocational development classes. Although their days ahead may be fraught with challenges, your kind support can certainly make the journey a little more bearable and the load on their shoulders, a little less heavy. Thank you so much for gifting chronically ill children and their families HOPE to fight on, and to achieve the best possible outcomes.
Cyclist VS Cancer 2020 - Charity Fundraiser
by NUHS Fund Limited
Noel Tan and his family have lived with cancer since 2016. While it has been a journey of ups and downs, he is immensely grateful for the treatment, support and care that his wife has received over the last five years at the National University Cancer Institute, Singapore (NCIS). The Cyclist VS Cancer 2020 - Charity Fundraiser hopes to direct attention to cancer care for financially disadvantaged patients at NCIS, cutting-edge research into new therapies to help patients maintain their health and quality of life, as well as training for healthcare professionals to deliver improved care. Noel's friend, Charlie Wilson, will join in his expedition to cycle 500km around Singapore, over the weekend of 19 and 20 December 2020 where they aim to cover 250km each day in about ten hours (250km is slightly over the distance from Singapore to Malacca). Your donation will undoubtedly boost their morale as well as support NCIS' cancer patients! How you can help: 1. Donate a gift. 2. Activate your social media networks and your support for this campaign over your respective channels. 3. Encourage your network to give and support our efforts in these two critical areas of healthcare and research.
Project Belanja: Start A Food Chain of Good
by Blossom World Society
Lift someone's spirits today by treating them to a meal. 100 restaurants have come together for Project Belanja, a meal voucher programme to help the needy in our community. All you have to do is donate and our beneficiaries will receive a voucher that they can exchange for a good meal. Project Belanja is an initiative by Blossom World Society and the Restaurant Association of Singapore. Our recipients of the meal vouchers are "Daughters of Tomorrow", a charity that supports single mothers from low-income families to access livelihood opportunities. We are expecting more organisations to apply for their beneficiaries. Showing care and concern for another person can go a long way. We feel that one good way to lighten their load would be to treat them to a hearty meal. In the process, we also generate positive vibes with our community partners! Project Belanja will run till the end of the year.
EPS Around the World for Community Chest!
by Eastern Pacific Shipping Pte Ltd for Community Chest
Support our fundraiser by donating to Community Chest! ++++ Over the past 60 years, Eastern Pacific Shipping has grown to be one of Singapore's leading tonnage providers. Our growth is attributed to our people, our partners, and the communities where we operate. To show our gratitude, we have launched the EPS Care Initiative as a way to give back. This year we have identified seven charities (six Singaporean and one international) that we want to support, including Community Chest! To provide these charities with the required funds to operate, we have organised a fundraiser that will see our sea and shore teams attempt to walk, run, or cycle 40,075 kilometres collectively! Why 40,075? This is roughly Earth's circumference, so together, we want to Walk, Run, or Cycle Around the World for Charity! On December 11, 2020, EPS will donate S$6 for every kilometer walked, ran, or cycled by EPS employees until we reach 40,075km. This fundraiser has been approved by the Singapore Tote Board and qualifies for the dollar to dollar matching scheme under the SG Fortitude Budget for up to S$250,000 for the six Singapore-based charities. But we need your help! Companies and individuals looking to support our fundraiser are encouraged to use this campaign to donate to Community Chest. Any amount is appreciated and will make a difference!
EPS Around the World for The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (SPMF)!
by Eastern Pacific Shipping Pte Ltd for The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund
Support our fundraiser by donating to SPMF! ++++ Over the past 60 years, Eastern Pacific Shipping has grown to be one of Singapore's leading tonnage providers. Our growth is attributed to our people, our partners, and the communities where we operate. To show our gratitude, we have launched the EPS Care Initiative as a way to give back. This year we have identified seven charities (six Singaporean and one international) that we want to support, including SPMF! To provide these charities with the required funds to operate, we have organised a fundraiser that will see our sea and shore teams attempt to walk, run, or cycle 40,075 kilometres collectively! Why 40,075? This is roughly Earth's circumference, so together, we want to Walk, Run, or Cycle Around the World for Charity! On December 11, 2020, EPS will donate S$6 for every kilometer walked, ran, or cycled by EPS employees until we reach 40,075km. This fundraiser has been approved by the Singapore Tote Board and qualifies for the dollar to dollar matching scheme under the SG Fortitude Budget for up to S$250,000 for the six Singapore-based charities. But we need your help! Companies and individuals looking to support our fundraiser are encouraged to use this campaign to donate to SPMF. Any amount is appreciated and will make a difference!
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 Love: Overcoming Covid-19 for Families in Crisis*
by New Life Community Services
As the nation continue to battle the COVID-19 situation and the economy and jobs are impacted, many families have been adversely affected by the loss of jobs and uncertainty of the situation. We appeal for your kind help for the most vulnerable and financially needy families to sustain themselves in the face of this pandemic. PROJECT LOVE provides financial assistance to needy families (both Singaporean/PR and long term visit pass holders) w/ schooling children (0 months to 25 years) to protect their immediate mental and physical well-being and minimise their likelihood of remaining in the poverty trap and resorting to negative life choices and influence. "I'm a divorcee with 3 children. The youngest one is enrolled in New Life Childcare. My ex-husband contributes about $200/child and this is insufficient to cover our expenses. Project Love helped to subsidise half of the childcare school fees, which was a great help for a single mother like me, Without this support, I don't know what to do," shared beneficiary, Ms Priya (name was changed). In these unprecedented times which affected our fundraising events and donations due to the impact of the pandemic on the economy, we appeal for your generosity to help us sustain our services for the needy. Let's stand together with the struggling families by donating now! Let's help them overcome! *Due to the overwhelming giving response, we have increased our target in order to widen our reach of families in need