Our Campaign Story

ends 31 Jan 2021, 11:59 PM

Every year, #EverydayHeroes at AWWA serves over 16,000 persons from different demographics across life-stages, providing early intervention, education, health, social and disability support for children, youths, adults, low income families, caregivers and vulnerable seniors.

In addition particularly during this pandemic period, our #EverydayHeroes are also very involved in:

- Assisting seniors and persons with disabilities with their daily living and medicinal needs
- Providing additional maintenance support for shelter residents
- Developing and conducting virtual or alternative programmes to engage our clients
- Ensuring sufficient therapy services for seniors and persons with disabilities


Together with our #EverydayHeroes, let's join hands to empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead dignified and independent lives.

SSG / WSG seek your kindness and generous donation in support of #EverydayHeroes and AWWA's mission. Visit www.awwa.org.sg for more information.

Donors are entitled to 250% tax exemption for donations of $10 and above. Tote Board will be matching 40% of the funds raised.

On behalf of the beneficiaries and their families, thank you

About The Charity

Established in 1970, AWWA is a local non-profit organisation that provides community-based programmes and services to people of all ages. From early intervention programmes to special education for children and youth with special needs and multiple disabilities, caregivers support, life-enhancing services for families to senior community home, rehabilitation and outreach programmes and services to enable ageing-in-place and active-ageing, AWWA puts people first. Through our programmes and services, we strive to empower and optimise the potential of our clients to lead dignified and independent lives.

Visit us at awwa.org.sg to find out more about services and programmes.

FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN

Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Disability
Education
Elderly