Our Campaign Story

ends 21 Aug 2021, 11:59 PM

All funds raised will go to Community Chest before they are disbursed to the Social Service Agency (SSA) mentioned below after consideration of the programme objectives and financial needs of the SSA.

Kent Ridge Hall is one of the 7 halls in the National University of Singapore. Since its inception, the Kent Ridge Hall FLAG Committee has spearheaded our hall's fundraising efforts and community service projects, benefitting the needy and underprivileged.

In light of the recent Covid-19 situation, Kent Ridge Hall's FLAG Committee has collaborated with Community Chest to raise funds for Fei Yue Family Service Centre and hopes to create a positive impact on the communities ranging from young to old that are vulnerable. Kent Ridge Hall has collaborated with Fei Yue Family Service Centre for multiple years, offering volunteering efforts as well as financial donations. The collaboration came as a result of our commitment to extend our volunteering efforts, as well as to aid less privileged families and communities in Singapore by relieving some of the financial needs they may have.

About The Charity

Community Chest is the fundraising and engagement arm of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS), which is the national co-ordinating body for social service agencies in Singapore.

The National Council of Social Service (the "Council") was established as a statutory body on 1 May 1992 under the National Council of Social Service Act (Chapter 195A amended in September 2000) (the "Act") and is domiciled in Singapore. The registered office of the Council and principal place of operations is at NCSS Centre, Ulu Pandan Community Building, 170 Ghim Moh Road #01-02, Singapore 279621.

The NCSS Charitable Fund was established on 1 May 2003, as an Institution of a Public Character (IPC) under the Charities Act (Chapter 37) and comprises all the charitable activities of NCSS, including the Community Chest.

FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Disability
Elderly
Families