How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Many of our students from low income families are on financial aid. There are some who fall short of the criteria but actually need some assistance. $10 may help these group of students.
Your simple $50 can help to contribute to the various programmes in school, which will ultimately benefit our children and teenagers with special needs.
A $100 can help to subsidise the transport fees for a student from a lower income family for a month. This will help ease the financial burden of the family and get the student to school.
With $200 or more, you can help use with our Building Extension. With the extension, we are able to increase our capacity to serve more students and provide better experiences.
Our Campaign Storyends 28 May 2017, 11:59 PM
Hello, I am Matt-Q, an award winning Singaporean Singer, Songwriter.
We present to you the BU DAO WENG Film Project. Using the Roly Poly toy as our main source of inspiration, this is a coming-of-age love story that is based on TRUE LIFE ACCOUNTS of my life story.
I was born with severe learning difficulties due to birth complications my mom went through prior to giving birth to me. As such, I developed severe learning difficulties and suffered much abuse, discrimination and rejection throughout my schooling, NS and even my working years as well.
It is due to the fact that there were inspiring and caring teachers who inspired me greatly in spite of my struggles with my learning difficulties that gave me the strength, motivation and drive to press on and to go beyond what even many doctors who diagnosed me thought were not possible, given the severity of my conditions.
The HUMAN factor of RELATIONSHIPS makes all the difference, and that is why we are requesting for your kind assistance and sponsorship- to make this film Bu-Dao Ong a reality. We want to show examples of lives who have been transformed through the loving support and understanding of individuals who make a definite and positive difference in our lives for good.
Some of our intended beneficiaries are those in Rainbow Centre, Pathlight School and Purple Parade.
We require a minimum of $70,000 USD to get this off the ground, and are aiming to work on this together with you.
Rainbow Centre Singapore is a not-for-profit organisation that serves children and young people with a diverse range of moderate to severe developmental needs, including autism and physical, visual and/or hearing disabilities; many have multiple disabilities.
Founded in 1987, Rainbow Centre currently runs two Special Education (SPED) schools for students aged 7-18 years old and two Early Intervention Programme (EIP) centres for children 2 months to 6 years old, at two campuses - Margaret Drive and Yishun Park.
Rainbow Centre also trains special education teachers and caregivers, and provides consultancy for others working with children with special needs through Rainbow Centre Training & Consultancy.
Rainbow Centre is a registered charity with the Registry of Societies and an Institution of a Public Character under the Charities Act.