How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$10 helps to provide housekeeping supplies for one week to support the training of daily life skills for the clients.
$50 helps to provide materials for the meal preparation sessions for one week under the vocational skills training to the client.
$100 may help to provide fuel for 2 weeks for 40 clients to commute by the Day Activity Centre bus to access and utilise community areas and amenities.
$200 helps to provide weekly enrichment sessions (eg. music & movement, craft work, gym and fitness, swimming, etc) for 40 clients for two weeks.
Our Campaign Storyends 21 May 2023, 11:59 PM
For people on the autism spectrum, a common theme is having difficulties with social interaction and interpreting other people's behaviour, as well as knowing what to say or how to behave around others.
People on the autism spectrum will have varying skills and desires when it comes to social interaction. However, they are often misunderstood due to this "invisible disability".
My aim is to raise awareness and funds through a gruelling race - the Ultraman Australia 2023, in the hope to give back to the association for the betterment of inclusivity of people on the autism spectrum. The race includes putting the body under extreme fatigue for 3 days of racing, each day with a cut time of 12 hours. The first day includes a 10km swim followed by a 140km bike. On the second day, a 281.1km bike followed by an 84.3km run on the final day.
My actions are minuscule compared to your generous donation to this cause. Let's make the world a better place for them!
About The Charity
The Autism Association (Singapore) is a Social Service Organisation in Singapore, dedicated to supporting and serving individuals with autism towards maximising their potential, helping them lead meaningful and quality lives in society.
The Association is an independent charity that was formed in August 1992 by a group of parents. In January 1995, it was registered as a charitable organisation under the Charities Act, Singapore.
In July 1997, AA(S) was admitted as a member of the National Council of Social Service. It was also granted the Institutions of a Public Character status, allowing the Association to issue tax-exempt receipts for public donations.