How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$10 provides for the transport allowances of 1 caregiver volunteer
$50 will provide a caregiver with a 1/2-day Mental Health Awareness Course.
$100 will provide a caregiver with a 1-day Mental Health Awareness Course.
$200 will provide a caregiver with 1 x C2C training session
Our Campaign Storyends 30 Jun 2020, 11:59 PM
It has been reported in the Singapore Mental Health Study 2016 that one in seven people in Singapore has experienced mental health issues in their lifetime. In order to increase awareness of mental health and raise funds to support Caregivers Alliance Limited, we will be trekking to Everest Base Camp in April 2020. All costs for the trek are personally underwritten, and all funds raised will be for the benefit of Caregivers Alliance Limited and its beneficiaries.
The experience of people with mental health conditions and their caregivers is a journey of resilience. For many of them, just getting through daily life can feel like scaling a mountain. Life has its ups and downs, but we want to be able to put our best foot forward and give everything our best shot, so as to get more people to talk about mental health issues, and debunk the many misconceptions surrounding them.
We hope that you, too, will decide to make a difference in someone's life by contributing to the cause and pledging to do something extraordinary by 2020. Which mountains in life do you aim to overcome? #YOLO2020
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About The Charity
Caregivers Alliance Limited (CAL) is dedicated to meeting the needs of caregivers of persons with mental health issues. While there are other organisations providing support to the community affected by mental health issues, only CAL focuses exclusively on supporting caregivers with professional services. CAL was formed in Oct 2011 by BinjaiTree Limited, Singapore Anglican Community Services and Caregivers' Association of the Mentally Ill. The objectives of CAL are to: 1) Outreach and provide training to caregivers 2) Identify and develop caregiver leaders who can provide peer support 3) Advocate on behalf of caregivers of persons with mental health issues