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Our Campaign Storyends 30 Sep 2021, 11:59 PM
Furthering our effort to acknowledge and appreciate the relentless efforts of our nurses towards our nation building, their contribution is an integral and very important pillar of Singapore's progress.
Project Chair, Rotarian Gabrielle Guo of Rotary E-Club 3310, with the collective efforts or 23 Rotary Clubs in Singapore and Rotaract club of NUS, we are offering 32000 Gerber Daisies to 79 Hospitals and healthcare institutions in the public and private sectors. We have also extended invitations to Rotarians from other countries to show their appreciations as well in a new virtual performance concert 2021
FB: Celebrating Our Healthcare Heroes
Apart from these, we are appealing to you to join us in our fundraising effort to see many nursing students from low income families graduate from National University of Singapore's Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies ( ALCNS). ALCNS offers a three-year Bachelor Degree course with additional year for Honors Degree. The money raised will go to ALCNS Student Bursary fund to help 80 to 100 students yearly. With this pandemic, more families will find it tough to see another child through tertiary education. Let us join hands to empower these youth who have a passion to serve our society and help ease the financial burden on their families.
About The Charity
FRCS is the umbrella body that unites the 23 Rotary Clubs in Singapore and is the charity arm of Rotary in Singapore. Over the past 24 years, the Foundation has transformed gifts into impactful service projects that changed lives in the community - bringing to fruition, the Rotarian ideal of "Service Above Self". In so doing, promoting the core Rotarian values of Fellowship and Global Understanding; Ethics and Integrity; Diversity; Vocational Expertise, Service and Leadership within and beyond the Rotarian community.