Our Campaign Story

ends 23 Jan 2024, 11:59 PM

You might think that people with dyslexia only cannot read and write.

However, did you know dyslexia can actually affect memory, organisation, time-keeping, concentration, multi-tasking and communication? All of which have an impact on everyday life.

Can you imagine how hard it is for the students with dyslexia to learn and cope with their studies?

It is sad and disappointing to see people not aware and caring much for the students with dyslexia.

Therefore, we need your help to donate to give students with dyslexia from low income families hope and help them receive the education they deserve!

Thank you so much!

Note: your donations is eglible for 250% tax deduction and have 40% matching by tote board

About Campaign

Dyslexia is a lifelong learning difficulty that primarily affects reading, writing and spelling skills. Students with dyslexia form the largest group with special educational needs in Singapore.

The DAS needs to raise over $2.3 million a year to support children with dyslexia from low-income families to access the specialised intervention that they need and deserve. Without the right support during their educational journey, many of these students will not be able to achieve their true potential.

In 2023, lets come together and give HOPE to children with DYSLEXIA by raising funds to support their education! Your support will play a critical role in making it possible these children to fulfil their potential and make a positive impact in the world!

About The Charity

In our efforts to continuously provide and improve our professional services to dyslexics in Singapore, we rely heavily on public donations to sustain our daily operations. DAS provides more than $2 million in bursaries every year and this figure is rising. Without support from the generous people and organisations of Singapore, this support would not be possible. Please donate to DAS.

Donations received will go directly to the bursary fund for low-income families to access our services.

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