How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$10 may help to provide meal in school/centre for a needy student/client for a week.
$50 may help to provide school uniforms and shoes to a needy student for a year.
$100 may help to cover transportation to a needy student/client for a month.
$200 may help to provide emergency funding to the family of needy student/client who faces sudden unforeseen financial crises.
About Campaignends 31 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM
Liwei is 29 years old, and he is on the autism spectrum. Liwei, who attends Eden Centre for Adults, does not have any siblings and is raised by his elderly father after his mother's passing following a history of multiple medical conditions.
As the sole breadwinner, Liwei's father, who used to work as a taxi driver, lost a significant portion of his income as a result of a drop in fares due to the pandemic.
He eventually gave up his job as a taxi driver and switched to working as an attendant at a coffee shop. However, with the ban of dining-in at eateries during the Circuit Breaker period, Liwei's father had to stop work and currently has no means of earning a livelihood to meet the needs of his family.
The Eden Care Fund can help Liwei and his father offset a part of their household expenses.
You can help families like Liwei with your contribution to the Eden Care Fund.
The Eden Care Fund helps needy clients to have access to transport services, learning materials, or to pay a portion of the monthly programme fees.
The Eden Care Fund is also a quick financial aid to meet emergency household needs in terms of food, accommodation, electricity and water, medical expenses, transport, etc, when the families have no prompt access to other financial assistance schemes.
About the Charity
The Autism Association (Singapore) or AA(S) is one of the Social Service Agencies in Singapore, dedicated to supporting and serving individuals with autism to maximise their potential, helping them lead meaningful and quality lives in society.
The Association is an independent charity that was formed in August 1992 by a group of parents. In January 1995, it was registered as a charitable organisation under the Charities Act, Singapore.
In July 1997, AA(S) was admitted as a member of the National Council of Social Service. It was also granted the Institutions of a Public Character status, allowing the Association to issue tax-exempt receipts for public donations.
The mission of the Association is to initiate, organise and support provision of a broad spectrum at services for people with autism in Singapore. Such services to encompass education, vocational and life skills training and residential care.