How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Covers one month of pocket money for one child
Covers one month of transportation costs for a child
Covers one month of meal costs for one child
Can buy groceries for a small family (2-3) for a month
Our Campaign Storyends 31 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM
This campaign is specifically set up to raise awareness, and for people whom wish to donate towards Singapore Children's Society.
Dear everyone, a warm welcome to this year's Project Dum Spiro Spero campaign page. Last year, we have managed to raise a whooping SGD 84,427 for Singapore Children's Society. On behalf of Singapore Children's Society, I wish to thank every generous viewer for their kind contribution and effort to spread awareness towards this cause.
Due to popular demand and requests from many friends and relatives (as well as kind hearted strangers whom I met throughout the campaign), I have decided to continue this campaign for Singapore Children Society for year 2020.
I will continue to volunteer actively in the community, and through my actions, hope to spread the word and raise awareness to the plight of less fortunate children/youth within our society. Due to word constraint, please have a look of the summary below and I hope we can achieve the same goal (or even higher!) this year as well. Cheers and Happy New Year.
Year 2019- Refer to the slide above for the summary of information!
Year 2020- Aim to clock 200 volunteering hours, organize at least 2 events, rope in more volunteers to fundraise for a good cause, and continue to raise funds for Singapore Children Society, and perhaps plan an event to create an impact for them.
Leonard Sim ([email protected])
About The Charity
Singapore Children's Society protects and nurtures children and youth of all races and religions. In 2018, the Society reached out to 78,433 children, youth and families in need. Established in 1952, its services have evolved to meet the changing needs of children.
Today, Children's Society operates 12 service centres islandwide, offering services in the four categories of: Vulnerable Children and Youth, Children and Youth Services, Family Services, and Research and Advocacy.