Our Campaign Story

ends 31 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM

Amidst navigating Covid-19, I find that life is very vulnerable to many mishaps along the way. The world has changed after we saw the pandemic affected the economy and our way of life.

Not only we are at risk of falling sick by getting the virus, the fear of falling sick and spreading the disease has made governments around the world lockdown cities. Fear and worries surround us.

At this point of time, instead of letting fear taking over. We should remain mindful instead. We should be thinking how we can help others. Art is able to heal the heart in many ways.

By learning art, you concentrate on the present moment to create something beautiful. With the art piece, you can personalise it with words to touch and encourage others. Lastly, you can even sell the art piece to someone and use the proceed to donate to a charitable organization.

My campaign will be focused on teaching art to others to fulfil the objective of using art to heal the hearts of people that I teach and encourage them to donate money to do good.

Nagomi art is therapeutic and has a good healing element with the "rubbing in" technique. It is very easy to learn and do not require a lot of time. So, it is the best way to start learning art for busy beginners.

About The Charity

Food from the Heart is a charity founded in February 2003 by Singapore-based Austrian couple Henry and Christine Laimer, who were inspired to channel surplus food from bakeries to families in need after they read an article about bread wastage.

Today, Food from the Heart is Singapore's foremost independent food charity with IPC status that makes a tangible and meaningful contribution to fighting hunger through bread rations and food packs, and bringing joy through the distribution of toys and birthday celebrations. With the support of donors, food industry partners and more than 10,000 volunteers, Food from the Heart made a difference to the lives of 44,600 people throughout Singapore by distributing S$6.2 million worth of food in 2019.

For more information, please visit www.foodfromtheheart.sg.


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