Our Campaign Story

ends 31 Mar 2022, 11:59 PM

Hi, we are a group of Secondary 3 students, Erynn, Eve and Elizabeth, from Methodist Girls' School, hoping to raise funds for Rainbow Centre under their Spaces for Community campaign! Donations made from now to 31 March 2022 under this campaign can attract dollar-for-dollar matching funding up to $250,000 from the Tote Board under its Enhanced Fund-Raising Programme.

Why Rainbow Centre?
Rainbow Centre is an organisation that aims to nurture students with disabilities into adults who are able to live independently, grow continuously, and live in the community interdependently.
We firmly believe that everyone, regardless of all differences, should be given a chance to grow and develop themselves.

We hope you will show your support by donating generously via this link. Thank you so much for your support! :D

About Campaign

You and I experience the world in a unique way. What we often don't realise is the power of design and architecture to create spaces which shape our lives and include or exclude people with differences, like disabilities. Spaces for Community aims to broaden our shared understanding of inclusive design and accessibility to seed conversations and spark ideas on designing solutions for the disabled. After all, when we solve for one, we solve for many.

Spaces for Community is an educational campaign part of Rainbow Centre's Building for Community fundraising effort to raise $5 million for our new Admiral Hill Campus which will serve 300 students with autism. Designed with a Social Town concept, the campus will host regular inclusive community events and opportunities to connect our students with the public. Support our campaign and join us in building #spacesforcommunity!

If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected]

About The Charity

At Rainbow Centre, we envision a world where persons with disabilities are empowered and thriving in inclusive communities.

We work with our partners to create opportunities for persons with disabilities to make the most of their abilities and participate meaningfully in society. Through practical education, meaningful support and useful training programmes, we strive to increase the quality of life for them and their families.

Registered as a charity in 1992, Rainbow Centre is an Institution of a Public Character.

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Disability
Education
Social Service