Our Campaign Story

ends 24 Sep 2023, 11:59 PM

In light of the Blood Drive hosted at our school campus, we have decided to incorporate a fundraiser opened to the whole school. As most of our students will be unable to donate blood due to age restrictions, the fundraiser will still allow them to contribute to the movement.

By providing everyone with the opportunity to help the community, we hope to achieve a total of $1000 through donations.

About Campaign

Meet Lim Bee Lian, one of the 100 persons we care for at our Home and Day Activity Centre!

Diagnosed with cerebral palsy, Bee Lian was placed under the care of her foster mother in 1974. Subsequently, she was admitted into the Red Cross Home for the Disabled in 1994 as her foster mother was too old to care for her.

Despite life's challenges, Bee Lian maintains a cheerful demeanour. She looks forward to interacting with others, going out on outings and attending celebrations. When communicating with others, she demonstrates determination and patience by repeating herself to ensure she is understood.

Over the years, her amiable personality has endeared her to many; she has forged countless friendships with volunteers, visitors and nurses, who would set aside time to care for and interact with her. She also has a sentimental side. She keeps a special phone book consisting of her friends' contact details and would often ask for stationery so that she can write to them, albeit with the help of volunteers or caregivers.

With the support and love of many, Bee Lian has been able to thrive and forge lasting memories.

Placing the needs of vulnerable communities at the forefront of our humanitarian mission remains of utmost importance. From isolated seniors to persons with severe disabilities and families-in-need, we are dedicated in our commitment.

Join us in paving the way for those under our care to realise an opportunity for a brighter future. Be a Red Cross Champion today!

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.

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