How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Contribute to 1 low-income resident's stay at a nursing home
Contribute to support distressed families with counselling and therapy
Sponsor rehabilitation for 1 at-risk youth
Support 1 primary school child's school expenses for a month
Our Campaign Storyends 30 Nov 2021, 11:59 PM
As Team Happy Feet, we are each running/walking 20km or 40km to raise funds for the beneficiaries of MWS.
MWS supports disadvantaged children, at-risk youth, families in distress, socially isolated seniors and the chronically ill, frail and the destitute.
Please support us and give generously as we run to empower lives. God Bless!
-Terence, Joanne, Rev David, Dr Hwang and Shialey
MWS Empowerun is organised to commemorate MWS' 40th Anniversary of empowering the lives of disadvantaged and distressed.
This virtual run aims to galvanise 1,000 participants to complete 20km or 40km between 23 October and 7 November 2021. You are also encouraged to rally your social networks to support your efforts by donating to your fundraising campaigns!
Find out more details or Sign up: mws.sg/empowerun
More on MWS' impact: mws.sg/mws40th
We hope each runner will help us raise $500 so that collectively we can reach our $600,000 fundraising goal!
This is also an opportunity for those who are celebrating their 40th birthday to mark the milestone by running for a meaningful cause.
About The Charity
Founded 40 years ago in 1981 and registered as an Institution of a Public Character, Methodist Welfare Services (MWS) is a multi-service organisation that manages 20 centres and outreach programmes across Singapore.
We serve people in need regardless of their race and religion. Our critical services support low-income and/or distressed families, children from low-income families, at-risk youths, the destitute, sick and/or frail elderly, and the socially isolated.
We enable all to have life to the full by reducing poverty, alleviating the strains and stresses of modern life, helping the elderly to age in place and live with dignity, nurturing the potential of disadvantaged children and rehabilitating at-risk youths.