How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Your donation could help provide three children's meals in our Canossaville Student Care programme for a month. Your contribution of $80 doubles to $160 with the matching.
Your donation could help a child under financial assistance to pay for their school bus fees for a month. Your contribution of $100 doubles to $200 with the matching.
Your donation could help a child at-risk and the family receive counselling and practical help such as food rations. Your contribution of $250 doubles to $500 with the matching.
Your donation could help a child continue receiving essential early intervention for hearing loss for a month. Your contribution of $500 doubles to $1000 with the matching.
Our Campaign Storyends 31 Oct 2022, 11:59 PM
Gifts Left: 9 Necklaces (31 Oct)
Be a Pearl-Fect Never-Ending Gift!
This campaign is a GIFT campaign in support of Canossaville's the Never-Ending Gift 2022 campaign. All donations are matched dollar-for-dollar by the Singapore Government and Tote Board up to a maximum cap of $250,000 per charity.
Exquisites Jewels is a young company that started in July 2015 and focuses on jade and semi-precious accessories. Pauline Ong, founder of Exquisites Jewels, shares a personal affinity with Canossaville as an alumna of St Anthony's Canossian Primary and Secondary Schools.
To give back to Canossaville, Exquisites Jewels has kindly sponsored Akoya pearl necklaces to thank donors who donate to a minimum of $250 to this campaign. To qualify for the gift, donors must provide their Singapore residential address and contact number in the e-form that will be emailed to you after a successful donation.
For queries, kindly write to [email protected],sg
Thank you for being a Never-Ending Gift to our children and their families entrusted in our care!
Donate a dollar, it becomes double!
All donations to Canossaville's Never-Ending Gift Campaign 2022 are matched dollar-for-dollar by the Singapore Government and Tote Board up to a maximum cap of $250,000 per charity.
Canossaville celebrates our 81st Anniversary this year and we thank all our supporters and donors for your GIFT that impacts the children and their families entrusted in our care.
Canossaville started as an orphanage on 15 August 1941 at Sallim Road, in response to the increasingly urgent need to serve the poor in the Geylang-Aljunied area.
Over the years, the Canossian Sisters and the children endured a war, relocation to Malaysia, expansion, and finally as Canossaville Children and Community Services today. Mother Foundress, St Magdalene, always said that we must change with the sign of the times. As such, Canossaville will continue to grow and strengthen our support for the children, families, and the communities.
The proceeds from this campaign will ensure that we continue to provide our essential programmes and services to our children and families from all races and faiths, persist in providing early intervention support for our children with hearing loss, and grow and expand our assistance to those in need.
Your GIFT today and support for our cause makes a world of difference.
Join us today and be a Never-Ending Gift!
About The Charity
Canossaville Children and Community Services (Canossaville) runs Canossian Early Intervention Programme For Infants and Children (EIPIC), Canossaville Preschool, Canossaville Student Care and Canossian Child Development Unit in the Aljunied-MacPherson area.
Our programmes cater to both mainstream students, as well as those with hearing loss, giving priority to the poorest living in the lower income neighbourhoods. We are open to all faiths and races and every child is empowered to develop their God-given talents to the fullest.
Founded by the Canossian Sisters in 1941, Canossaville operates under the guidance of the Canossian Daughters of Charity. We are licensed by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) and Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA). Canossaville is also an approved Institution of a Public Character (IPC) and is authorised to receive tax-deductible donations.