Our Campaign Storyends 19 Jan 2022, 11:59 PM
Recent days we have seen news about more than 62000 people are displaced due to the terrible flooding in Malaysia. Many lost their home and is having trouble even surviving the days. Let us put our hand together to raise fund for them so that their daily needs can be taken care of.
In response to the recent floods in Malaysia, the Singapore Red Cross (SRC) is pledging US$50,000 in humanitarian aid to the Malaysian Red Crescent, in support of their ongoing relief efforts.
Your donations would go towards the relief and recovery of affected communities, with a focus on emergency healthcare, first aid assistance and distribution of hygiene kits, shelter tool kits, tarpaulins, hot meals, clothes, mats, blankets, surgical masks to evacuation centres.
Mr Benjamin William, Secretary General and CEO of Singapore Red Cross, said, "These disasters once again highlight the need for the global community to come together to address the causes of climate change and environmental degradation.
We are supporting the rescue and relief efforts now underway in Malaysia. More than 21,000 people have been displaced from their homes in Malaysia due to floods. We call for the community's support this year-end, to share good tidings and to give comfort to our neighbours, whose lives have been upended due to the weather disasters."
With your help, we can continue to provide much-needed assistance to the affected communities. Please donate today.
(Note: Donations to overseas efforts are not tax-deductible. If you'd like to help the vulnerable locally and receive tax exemption, you may do so at https://s.giving.sg/oAkoW1e)
About The Charity
The Singapore Red Cross (SRC) is a homegrown humanitarian organisation dedicated to relieve human suffering, protect lives and dignity and respond to emergencies since 1949. Our blood donor mobilisation programme, home for the disabled, transport aid, food aid, community led action for resilience, community first aid and training derive from our mission to serve the vulnerable.