Our Campaign Story

ends 31 Dec 2022, 11:59 PM

Amidst the uncertainly of Covid, I was spiralling fast down the rabbit hole of self-doubt and depression, when thankfully I met a friend who introduced me to the sport of Stand-Up Paddling (SUP).

Time on the water has helped me quiet my mind and focus my thoughts. From barely balancing on the board, to paddling long distances in various sea conditions, I have fallen off, and still do, many, many times. But still, I rise each time on the board, and thankfully move forward in life, one stroke of the paddle at a time.

Mahalo is a Hawaiian term for gratitude and where the modern SUP sport originated. It is with deep gratitude that I am able to paddle out each time on the water. I would love to share this blessing and help someone else experience the joy and freedom that mobility can bring.

I will be paddling 130 km around islands in Thailand in November and would like to harness your good vibes to help me finish this race and grant a wish for a special child.

"I wish to have a motorised wheelchair."
JLP is a 5-year-old girl who lives with cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is a group of disorders that affect a person's ability to move and maintain balance and posture.

SUP Ventures: if you ever want to give SUP a try, the folks at SUP Ventures are a lovely bunch. https://www.supventures.sg/

Mahalo Nui Loa. Malama Pono.
Thank You Tremendously and Live Well

About Campaign

Make-A-Wish Singapore has a single mission, to create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Our wish children suffer from critical illnesses such as brain cancer, advanced renal failure and leukaemia. A wish can go a long way in making them forget their illnesses, bring them wonderful memories, joy and happiness, as well as give them and their families the strength, hope and encouragement they need to fight their illnesses!

This year marks the 20th Anniversary of Make-A-Wish Singapore and we have granted over 1,800 since our inception. We need your support as we continue our road to granting 2,000 wishes. Together, we create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.

About The Charity

Make-A-Wish Singapore creates life-changing wishes for children ages 3 to 18 years old with critical illnesses.

Children & Youth
Social Service