How Your Donation Makes a Difference
is able to contribute to a child's personalised festive gift / birthday cake / allowance for recreational outing
helps to provide a youth's personal allowance for a week / shopping trip for new year clothes / 4 assessment books for enrichment
will support funding for group arts and craft activities / child's subject tuition for a month / Home's weekly medical expenses
is able to sponsor a meal for all residents / educational trip for children / Home's weekly transport expenses
Our Campaign Storyends 08 Feb 2020, 11:59 PM
My name is Aloysius Tan, i am 20 years old, and i am a student and professional dancer. I believe strongly that dance and movement has the ability to make a difference in our society. Having worked with children from Grace Orchard School and adults from Down Syndrome Association, i have had the privilege to see how dance and movement has the ability to move people, literally and figuratively.
I would like to extend my helping Children's Aid Society as i believe that every child should have an equal opportunity to develop into the person they were meant to be, and to succeed in the areas of life where they choose to thrive in. This campaign will be carried out across 4 non-profit dance workshops, where participants will pay as they wish and all proceeds will be donated to Children's Aid Society.
About The Charity
Established in 1902, Children's Aid Society is amongst Singapore's oldest, secular philanthropic organisations supporting disadvantaged children, youth, and families.
Through Children's Aid Society's two services, Melrose Home (35 Boon Lay Avenue) and Melrose Care (Blk 557, #01-63, Woodlands Drive 53), the Society aims to provide a holistic range of residential care, specialized therapy, and psychological services to support and empower the most vulnerable in our community through their challenges of adverse family circumstances, family violence, and child neglect.
Find out more on www.childrensaidsociety.org.sg
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