Our Campaign Story

ends 31 Dec 2022, 11:59 PM

In this season of giving, The Social Space hopes to rally our community to grant the life-changing wishes of children with critical illnesses.

In collaboration with Make-A-Wish Singapore, The Social Space has launched a fundraising campaign to raise awareness for this amazing cause and encourage donations to make more wishes come true.

From 1st December 2022 till 8th January 2023, The Social Space will pledge $1 from every cup of coffee sold at our cafes towards our adopted wish.

We will also feature an eco-friendly wooden 'Tree of Wishes' at both our outlets to encourage our customers to be a part of our fundraising efforts by scanning the hanging QR codes to make a donation. As a reward, customers who donate S$50 or more will get a FREE SPECIALTY COFFEE* on us too!

*Valid for 1 free small specialty coffee worth $5

Every year, around 150 children in Singapore are diagnosed with critical illness and since 2002, Make-A-Wish Singapore has granted close to 1,800 wishes. A wish fulfilled grants children the emotional and psychological benefits they need to fight their critical illness. For some, it is often the turning point in their treatment as it can greatly improve their quality of life and produce better health outcomes.

The Social Space truly believes in the power of a wish to transform lives, and we're honoured to play a small part in inspiring hope and delivering strength to the wish children.

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About Campaign

The Wish Tree Campaign aims to raise funds to grant life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. We hope to galvanize the community at large for a worthy cause.

This campaign combines Singaporeans' love for watching the beautiful festive light-ups to usher in the yuletide festivities and our vision to grant the wish of every eligible child in Singapore.

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About The Charity

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

Children & Youth
Social Service