Our Campaign Story

ends 31 Oct 2022, 11:59 PM

Building strong families is central to the theme of this year's Community Chest Heartstrings Walk, and I hope to invite you to participate and walk in support of those in need!

I will be doing my part by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and aim to raise $500 for every 100m of the mountain, for a total of $29,500. I hope you can join me by making a donation, setting up your own fundraising campaign, or signing up for Heartstrings Walk.

100% of your donations will go towards empowering the lives of children with special needs and youth-at-risk, adults with disabilities, persons with mental health conditions, and seniors and families in need of assistance.

About Campaign

Co-organised by Community Chest and Marina Bay Sands, Community Chest Heartstrings Walk is an annual community event that rallies partners, volunteers and the community to build a caring and inclusive society.

The Community Chest Heartstrings Walk 2022 is held in conjunction with the Sands for Singapore Charity Festival.

100% of your donations will go to Community Chest to support more than 200 social service programmes to meet underserved and critical social needs.

About The Charity

Community Chest is the philanthropy and engagement arm of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS), which is the national co-ordinating body for social service agencies in Singapore.

The National Council of Social Service (the "Council") was established as a statutory body on 1 May 1992 under the National Council of Social Service Act (Chapter 195A amended in September 2000) (the "Act") and is domiciled in Singapore. The registered office of the Council and principal place of operations is at NCSS Centre, Ulu Pandan Community Building, 170 Ghim Moh Road #01-02, Singapore 279621.

The NCSS Charitable Fund was established on 1 May 2003, as an Institution of a Public Character (IPC) under the Charities Act (Chapter 37) and comprises all the charitable activities of NCSS, including the Community Chest.

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Disability
Elderly
Families