How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$10 will go towards paying for training expenses of athletes
$50 will go towards paying for the monthly transportation costs of athletes to get them to training sessions
$100 will help athletes allay the cost of equipment needed for training and competition
$200 will help athletes pay for the expenses for international competitions
Our Campaign Storyends 12 Nov 2017, 11:59 PM
I'm pledging to run 1000km in 100days to raise funds for our friends who are intellectually or visually or physically challenged to help them stay fit and have a bit of fun enjoying sports. I chose Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) as their only mission is to reach across all disability groups, offering a wide range of sports at both elite and non elite levels. they are, in fact, Singapores national disability sports organization. Please support the mission generously by choosing to sponsor minimum one day of my run (S$10) to as many days as you wish. Lets help our less privileged friends a chance to play and a chance to grow.
The Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) is the national sports body for the disabled in Singapore. It is a voluntary organisation that is registered with the Commissioner of Charities. SDSC is the only organisation that provides a range of sports and games for all persons with disabilities at both a recreation and competitive level. We rely on the generosity of our supporters, donors and partners to sustain and grow our programmes.
SDSC firmly believes in the rehabilitative and therapeutic value of sports. Its programmes and activities underscore its guiding principle that 'Disability Must Never Disqualify'. Thus, SDSC aspires to provide the disabled with opportunities to train, participate and excel in sports for local, regional and international competitions; to enhance the lifestyles of the disabled and integrate them into the community through recreational sports and activities; and to increase public awareness of and promote widespread support for the sporting and recreational needs of the disabled community in Singapore.