How Your Donation Makes a Difference
A gift of $20 feeds a family of 4 for 2 days, or buys 1 week of diapers for a resident of Red Cross Home for the Disabled
A gift of $50 feeds a family of 4 for 5 days, or helps 1 beneficiary get to and from his medical treatment via our TransportAid service.
A gift of $100 feeds a family of 4 for 10 days, or helps 1 volunteer to be First Aid ready and respond to emergencies in the community.
A gift of $250 feeds a family of 4 for 1 whole month.
Our Campaign Storyends 01 Mar 2020, 11:59 PM
2019 Novel Coronavirus - Singapore Red Cross to launch public appeal to support affected and at-risk communities
Singapore, 4 February 2020 - The Singapore Red Cross (SRC) will launch a public appeal to deliver assistance and support communities in China, affected or at risk of being affected by the novel coronavirus outbreak. SRC welcomes the seed money which will be contributed by the Singapore Government towards this public appeal.
Later today, a two-man team from Singapore Red Cross (SRC) will be going to the Asia Pacific Office of the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), which is coordinating the Red Cross Movement response to the coronavirus outbreak, to discuss broad strategies and the areas of possible SRC support. Another person will be deployed to the IFRC Office in Kuala Lumpur, for the next few weeks, to support the response efforts of the Movement.
Meanwhile in Singapore, the SRC has been engaging communities, online and offline, to promote behaviours that reduce the risk of contracting or transmitting the virus, and to facilitate community understanding and acceptance of infection prevention and control measures. SRC volunteers are providing advice to beneficiaries, especially vulnerable elderly persons, to help to prevent misinformation, rumours and panic. SRC has also posted informative prevention messages on social media.
About The Charity
The Singapore Red Cross (SRC) is a homegrown humanitarian organisation dedicated to relieve human suffering, protect lives and dignity and respond to emergencies since 1949. Our blood donor mobilisation programme, home for the disabled, transport aid, food aid, community led action for resilience, community first aid and training derive from our mission to serve the vulnerable.