How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$33 will help purchase a customised spoon for a child to feed independently. Thank you for donating!
$55 will help defray a month of transportation cost for a child to go to school. Thank you for donating!
$88 will help bring an adult with severe disabilities to the outdoors. Thank you for donating!
$150 will help purchase a basic Assistive Communication Device for a non-verbal child. Thank you for donating!
About Campaignends 01 Sep 2018, 11:59 PM
A dinner with a cultural twist, the CPAS Charity Dinner 2018 will feature our local Peranakan culture. It will be held on Saturday, 25 August 2018 at Marina Bay Sands, from 6pm to 9pm.
We are pleased to have Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) and Coordinating Minister for National Security, Mr Teo Chee Hean, as our Guest of Honour (GOH).
We aim to fundraise an amount of $200,000 which would be channeled to our various programs.
If you wish to support CPAS by purchasing a table / seats or know of someone who wishes to donate to our cause, please email us at [email protected] or call 6585 5602.
You may also download our registration form: http://bit.ly/CDreg2018
All donations are eligible for tax exemption up to 2.5 times.
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About the Charity
Established in 1957, Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS) was first known as The Spastic Children's Association of Singapore.
Currently, CPAS serves children and adults with cerebral palsy and multiple disabilities. Our fully-integrated programmes and services cater to the developmental needs of persons with the condition and maximise their functional independence at every stage of life.
Empowering persons with cerebral palsy or multiple disabilities to realise their full potential and lead fulfilled, dignified lives.
Delivering fully integrated programmes and services at the highest standards with passion, integrity, care, and excellence
Creating awareness of Cerebral Palsy and multiple disabilities, and advocating equal opportunities for all persons with the condition.