How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$10 will give a child from low-income and/or single-parent family with academic support and enriching activities that build good character values.
$50 will help vulnerable elderly living alone receive support services to relieve their loneliness and social isolation.
$100 will provide care and relief to a low-income family through support groups, counselling and consultations.
$200 will train adults with intellectual disabilities to build their daily living skills, such as taking public transport and preparing their own meals.
Our Campaign Storyends 01 Feb 2020, 11:59 PM
NUS Bizad Charity Run is an annual fundraising event organized by NUS Business School Alumni Association and NUS Bizad Club. Next year, Bizad Charity Run will celebrate its 10th anniversary, marking a decade of giving back to society.
Foe BCR2020, our external beneficiary will be Touch Community Services - Elderly Care which aims to provide better care and support for frail elderly in the community.
While the funds raised from our event will be channeled towards Touch Community Services - Elderly Care, we hope to take advantage of this platform to gain additional support and awareness for our beneficiary. Every donation will count towards a better future for the elderly who benefit from Touch Community Services - Elderly Care. Every donation will go a long way and we hope you can help us in our effort to give back to society. Thank you!
About The Charity
Since 1992, TOUCH Community Services has served people of all ages, races and religions to see sustainable change and transformation in their lives. It believes in the worth and potential of every child, youth-at-risk, family in need, senior and person with special or healthcare needs to grow, participate and contribute in the community. The heartbeart of TOUCH is to activate potential, build independence, connect people into their lives for mutual support, and deliver impact by developing sustainable solutions in society. For more information on TOUCH, please visit www.touch.org.sg.