Our Campaign Story

ends 12 Nov 2021, 11:59 PM

'Little Giving Artists', the community project by Skool4Kidz Preschoolers to pay forward in support of AWWA, is calling our parents and the public to join our little ones in their fund raising effort to benefit AWWA EIC (Early Intervention Centre)*

In this community outreach initiative, the Kindergarten 1 and 2 children from our In-Centre Art Enrichment Programme showcase their creativity through hand-painted art pieces. They donate these for a charity online art gallery via a fund-raising auction to help below-means preschoolers through AWWA EIC.

Through guidance, patience and support from the specialist Art Enrichment teachers from Crestar Learning Centre, our children are inspired to create acrylic art pieces with a focus on the theme of 'Technology and I'. Showcased in Skool4kidz's digital art gallery as part of the Skool4Kidz Care Fund initiative, this outreach inculcates values of compassion and selflessness in our children.

From now to 12 December 2021, each child's solo art piece can be purchased by our parents and the public with a minimum of $30.00. All proceeds goes to AWWA EIC. Each dollar raised will be matched by Skool4Kidz Care Fund dollar-for-dollar in support of this meaningful campaign by our preschoolers.

About The Charity

Established in 1970, AWWA is a local non-profit organisation that provides community-based programmes and services to people of all ages. From early intervention programmes to special education for children and youth with special needs and multiple disabilities, caregivers support, life-enhancing services for families to senior community home, rehabilitation, and outreach programmes and services to enable ageing-in-place and active-ageing, AWWA puts people first. Through our programmes and services, we strive to empower and optimise the potential of our clients to lead dignified and independent lives.

Visit us at awwa.org.sg to find out more about services and programmes.


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