Our Campaign Story

ends 07 Dec 2022, 11:59 PM

Hello! We are Team Patronus from Dunman High School. This is our third year collaborating with Make-A-Wish Singapore to raise awareness and funds for children with critical illnesses. Moving forward, we aim to progress on with the same passion our seniors held to contribute meaningfully to a wish child's life.

Never underestimate the difference you can make to a wish child's life with this donation! Your donation will help fulfill the wishes of wish children, giving them life-changing and memorable experiences. Through making their dreams come true, we will be able to give them renewed strength to fight their illness and continue to march on for the rest of their lives with hope.

For this half of the year, Team Patronus has hosted Charity S'wish Dance Showdown at Tampines East CC and on Youtube. S'wish is a dance battle show, starring dance teams from different schools in Singapore, as well as professional dancers. We also had various merchandise sales and workshops to raise funds and awareness for Make-A-WIsh Singapore!

Do check out our Instagram/Facebook/ Tik Tok page @team.patronus for updates on our various exciting initiatives!

About Campaign

Make-A-Wish Singapore has a single mission, to create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Our wish children suffer from critical illnesses such as brain cancer, advanced renal failure and leukaemia. A wish can go a long way in making them forget their illnesses, bring them wonderful memories, joy and happiness, as well as give them and their families the strength, hope and encouragement they need to fight their illnesses!

This year marks the 20th Anniversary of Make-A-Wish Singapore and we have granted over 1,800 since our inception. We need your support as we continue our road to granting 2,000 wishes. Together, we create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.

About The Charity

Make-A-Wish Singapore creates life-changing wishes for children ages 3 to 18 years old with critical illnesses.

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Health
Social Service