How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Show your support towards feeding the needy and reducing food waste.
Provide food for one under-privileged student and his/her family for a month.
Provide food for one under-privileged student and his/her family for two months.
Help Food from the Heart continue to feed the needy on a reliable and sustainable basis.
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.
About The Charity
Food from the Heart (FFTH) is a non-profit charity organization established in February 2003 after Singapore-based Austrian couple Henry and Christine Laimer read an article in The Sunday Times about bakeries discarding their unsold bread. Stirred, they then decided to channel surplus food from bakeries to those in need.
Food from the Heart has since evolved to become a resource bank, taking in non-perishable food items, toys and toiletries besides bread, whilst recycling and rechanneling whatever we can to good use.
As the need for services continue to grow, innovative programmes were added to not just alleviate hunger but also bring joy and hope, touching lives in every possible way. Visit www.foodheart.org to find out more.