How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Your donation will provide one (1) Primary school student with book vouchers for one year
Your donation will provide one (1) Secondary school student with book vouchers for one year
Your donation will provide five (5) Primary school student with book vouchers for one year
Your donation will provide five (5) Secondary school student with book vouchers for one year
Our Campaign Storyends 30 Sep 2017, 11:59 PM
Let's Explore: A Winter Adventure! exposes children from low-income families to a series of fun activities that will enable them to discover and enjoy new experiences unlike ever before. Conducted in Snow City Singapore, this project provides a unique experience for our participants who will be immersed into a winter adventure. This gives them a better understanding and appreciation for our little red dot with its year-long summer environment.
This project aims to build resilience and teamwork spirit amongst students through fun-filled and thrilling activities. These values are essential for them to overcome challenges that they may face in the future. Additionally, this project aims to provide them with an unforgettable and fun experience for them to enjoy outside the classroom environment.
Let's Explore: A Winter Adventure! is a volunteer-initiated project on behalf of Yayasan MENDAKI. All funds raised will be used to fund the costs of procurement of tickets, logistic items, food and transportation for the children attending the event. We strongly believe that your donation, regardless of the amount, will be of great help in providing the best experience for the kids. Do support us, thank you.
About The Charity
Yayasan MENDAKI (Council for the Development of Singapore Malay/Muslim Community) is a pioneer Self-Help Group formed in 1982 dedicated to empower the community through excellence in education, in the context of a multi-racial and multi-religious Singapore. In 2002, MENDAKI streamlined its focus along four key areas of Education, Youth, Family and Employability.
MENDAKI's programmes largely target the bottom 30% of the Malay/Muslim population and are therefore highly subsidized. They are mostly preventive and developmental programmes to provide early assistance to the beneficiaries. The programmes are designed to supplement or complement national initiatives.
MENDAKI works extensively with partners that share and support its vision and mission. They consist of government agencies, schools, mosques, Malay/Muslim organisations, employers, community centres and MAECs, family & student service centres and many more.