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Our Campaign Storyends 18 Dec 2017, 11:59 PM
Reva has recently turned 9 and we want her to have a belated birthday celebration with her friends.
Her idea of celebrating her 9th birthday is by raising money for a good cause, but also to have a good time.
Those who wish to gift anything to Reva, can INSTEAD donate to Food From The Heart (details below) through this campaign. The money you donate will go directly to food from The heart.
(Please do NOT feel obliged to donate.)
She believes in the saying that "We rise by lifting others" and that "Everyone can make a difference". So please join us in our efforts to make a difference to the community.
Food from the Heart...
is a non-profit organization in Singapore that brings joy to those in need by delivering food, toys and hope.
is to reach out to the less-fortunate and brighten their lives by alleviating hunger through a food distribution programme and bringing joy through the distribution of toys and birthday celebrations.
Food from the Heart (FFTH) started with the Bread Distribution Programme in February 2003. Daily collection and distribution of unsold bread from bakeries and hotels with the help of 1,700 active volunteers on a daily basis. Every single month, we've collected and distributed an average amount of 28,000 kg of bread from over 115 bakeries and hotels island-wide and would deliver them directly to residents of 156 welfare homes, needy families and individuals, totalling about 15,000 beneficiaries per month.
We also support 10,912 needy individuals with monthly food rations (under the Self Collection Centres Programme and Food Goodie Bags Programme) which include rice, oil, canned food, biscuits and milk. These families are able to have 3 square meals every day, and their children do not have to go to school on empty stomachs. FFTH currently supports 34 Self Collection Centres and 28 schools for their food goodie bags.
FFTH also concurrently runs 2 additional programmes to serve the commun