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Gotta Catch Them All - the Sterilisation Fundraiser
by Cat Welfare Society
It's time to catch them all! CWS has received requests to sterilise nearly 250 cats in our industrial areas in the past couple of weeks but we don't have the budget to take on all of these projects. Without prompt sterilisation, their numbers will explode and there aren't enough resources for all these hungry mouths. The growing population might force the companies to engage pest control services. By then it would be too late and many lives will be lost. We need your help to catch them all! Please donate generously to the trapping, neutering and boarding of the industrial kitties. They deserve a chance to lead better lives! Our fundraising goal for 250 cats is $38,500. --- Here is a breakdown of the anticipated costs for these areas: 250 cats Average cost of sterilisation = $70 Boarding costs per cat per night = $16 per cat per night Average no. of nights of boarding per cat = 4 50 trapping sessions = $5000 250 * 70 + 250 * 4 * 16 + 5000 = 17500 + 16000 + 5000 = S$38,500 The cost of sterilisation is an average between the sterilisation costs for a male cat and a female cat with complications. The number of nights for boarding is an average of the minimum of 3 days and a maximum of 5 days. The number of trapping sessions is based on an average of 5 cats being taken in each trapping session. --- We also have many upcoming events this month to support our fundraiser, so do check out the events on our Facebook page for more details!
Relay Majulah - Bennett Neo Running For Community In Need
by President's Challenge
About Relay Majulah Relay Majulah is a ground-up initiative to form a 200-runners team to conquer 2,000km over 8 days (2-10 Nov 2019) to raise funds for President's Challenge and its 67 supported charities. It also aims to unite the community, for the community; and tell the inspiring stories of people with indomitable spirit, who live life to the full and live life without limits. About Bennett Neo Bennett Neo is the CEO, Saigon Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Corporation. Apart from his role as CEO of Sabeco, Bennett also sits on the board of NKF and also ex-Chairman of the Migrant Workers' Assistance Fund, ex-Co-Chairman of the Migrant Workers Forum and ex-Chairman of Domestic Employees' Welfare Fund. A sports advocate, Bennett was a council member for Football Association of Singapore and even represented Singapore in numerous international canoe championships. I would like to solicit your support for this campaign, as we join hands to raise funds to uplift the lives of many in our community whom we love and care for, and do not want to be left behind. I am proud of our country's history, our immigrant make-up and diverse cultures, our nation building struggles, our capable government and the success of our development. I hope that through this campaign, we can help raise awareness of the fact that there are many amongst us that need help, and inspire more people to come forward to contribute in any way they can. - Bennett Neo
Give the Gift of Theatre
by WILD RICE Ltd
WILD RICE believes that theatre, at its best, can transform lives and build communities. That is why we work hard to make our shows accessible to everyone - regardless of circumstance. Since 2013, our Gift of Theatre programme has provided free tickets to over 2,500 underprivileged children and youths, elderly persons, people living with disabilities, and caregivers. When they join us for a show, our beneficiaries enjoy an enriching, memorable and heartwarming experience - one that fires their imaginations and opens their minds and hearts to new ideas and possibilities. With our new home at Funan, we want to share the Gift of Theatre with more people than ever before. Charities we have worked with include AWWA, RunningHour, Down Syndrome Association, Children Cancer Foundation, MCYC Community Services Society, Youth Guidance Outreach Services and Association For Persons With Special Needs, to name a few.
Run for Joy - Schroders - North Zone
by Li Kiang for Home Nursing Foundation
Every living things is a champion and the same goes to the beneficiaries from HNF. They fought everyday to win another day on Earth to be with their loved ones. Our Team will be running the North zone to promote healthy lifestyle and help to raise funds for these champions in HNF. Please support us by donating to our cause and if you are free on 19th Oct, come cheer us on if you are along this Route from 7am (starting from Woodlands Waterfront Park, along Admiralty Road West to Yishun Avenue 8 then Yishun Ave 1, followed by Seletar West Link into PCN to Coney Island and finally along Pasir Ris Dr 3) or give us the encouragement horn if you were to drive past us that morning.
You Can Help Break the Poverty Cycle
by Methodist Welfare Services
We are often told that poor people are poor because they make bad decisions, but have you ever thought they make bad decisions because they are poor? An NUS study of families on an MWS-initiated debt relief programme called GOOD (Getting Out of Debt) showed that the mental stress of chronic debt/poverty hurts a person's ability to think clearly and make good decisions. In a country as developed as ours, we find it hard to imagine a family struggling to pay for basic necessities like 3 square meals, school fees, medical care, or even rental for the roof over their heads. For some households, that is their reality, and it will take multiple generations for their family to break out of the poverty cycle, if at all. One of them is Ling's* family. She was diagnosed with cancer in 2010, and was declared medically unfit for work, leaving her husband as the sole breadwinner for a family of 6. Money woes led to marital conflicts which in turn affected the children. When Ling came under MWS' care, apart from receiving support through casework and counselling, the family was also placed on the MWS Family Development Programme which empowered them to save for their future. With improved finances and stability, Ling's relationship with her husband and children strengthened, and she was also able to focus on her own recovery. We see many families like Ling's. They often feel so trapped by their circumstances, they cannot see a way out. You can give them hope again.
Caregivers Charity Lunch 2019, Saturday 7 Dec 2019, Tower Ballroom, Shangri-la Hotel
by Caregivers Alliance Limited
CAL's Caregivers Charity Lunch is an annual lunch that celebrates and appreciates the work of our caregivers. This year, the lunch will be held at the Tower Ballroom, Shangri-la Hotel on Saturday, 7 December 2019 at 12 noon. Come join us and be part of this meaningful cause. Donate towards our cause or join us for lunch. Your support will go towards supporting our programmes which are available without charge for caregivers of persons with mental health issues. Click on the options above.
Our Children Need Your Help
by Singapore Children's Society
Walking past the corridor of your neighbourhood and everything seems normal? Think and observe again. Do you know what is happening behind some of those doors? Sometimes, young children can be left at home unattended for a prolonged period. Is someone taking care of their well-being? Are they attending school? We don't know at the first glance, but we are here to help. At Singapore Children's Society, we help protect and nurture children and youth of all races and religions. Through our programmes and services, along with dedicated and trained team of counsellors and social workers, we hope to serve and attend to the needs of our society. We strive to do better, but our effort alone is not enough. This Children's Day, will you help us to widen our reach and help more children in need?
Relay Majulah - Ezzy Wang Handcycling To Help The Needy Embrace and Cuddle Up With Love
by President's Challenge
Relay Majulah is a ground-up initiative to form a 200-runners team to conquer 2,000km over 200 hours (2-10 Nov 2019) to raise funds for President's Challenge and its 67 supported charities; and to commemorate Singapore's 200 years. It also aims to unite the community, for the community; and tell the inspiring stories of people with indomitable spirit, who live life to the full and live life without limits. I am a Sales Compliance Manager and am grateful to be part of Relay Majulah in support of President's Challenge, where we can collectively make an impact and enable our friends in need to live a life filled with love, dignity and empowerment. One of my proudest moments would be scaling Mount Faber 10 times via handcycling. I would appreciate your support and contribution, no matter the amount, every dollar counts, just as every one matters. I hope that through what we do, the community at large would be encouraged and ignited to pay it forward to help our friends in need lead better lives and have a brighter future. Let's make a difference together, and regardless of small or huge contribution, it's the action we take that matters and that counts to uplifting lives of our community in need.
Relay Majulah - Poh Li San Running To Champion Progress in The Lives of Our Community In Need
by President's Challenge
About Relay Majulah Relay Majulah is a ground-up initiative to form a 200-runners team to conquer 2,000km over 200 hours (2-10 Nov 2019) to raise funds for President's Challenge and its 67 supported charities; and to commemorate Singapore's 200 years. It also aims to unite the community, for the community; and tell the inspiring stories of people with indomitable spirit, who live life to the full and live life without limits. I am a former search and rescue helicopter pilot; and was part of the SAF Humanitarian and Relief mission to Aceh following the Boxing Day Tsunami. We sent in food, water and medical aid to the villages with our helicopters. I am currently a planner for Airport development I am inspired by people who bounce back from the brink of death or failure, the indomitable human spirit. I am also proud and honoured to be a citizen of this progressive nation. I am participating in Relay Majulah to help raise funds for President's Challenge and its supported 67 charities; and hope that our community in need can receive more help and perhaps be inspired to pick up running as a sport too. I will be running 20km under 2 hours and will need to push myself hard in the lead-up training to conquer this challenge. Support me by donating and together, let's be the change we want to see. - Poh Li San
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