The City of Good Show
Episode 6: Children & Youth
A variety show starring DREAM ACADEMY celebrities
to raise funds for charities!
Wednesday, 5th August | 8.00pm
Recognising that there are still many charities not directly related to Covid-19 from the Arts & Heritage, Disability, Children & Youth, Community, and Social Service sectors which have suffered as much as an 80% reduction in donations due to the postponement or cancellation of fund-raising events, The City of Good Show partners with the stars of Dream Academy to fundraise and bring you laughter!
Every Wed, be entertained by Selena Tan, Pam Oei, Ghafir Akbar and Siti Khalijah, and look out for Special Guest Star of the Week, Neo Swee Lin and Lim Kay Siu!
The veteran actors have starred in many local and international TV series, movies and theatres - from Phua Chu Kang, Anna and The King, to Kallang Roar The Movie and many more!
In the fifth episode, join us to fundraise for 15 charities supporting Children & Youth. As Nelson Mandela once said, "Children are our greatest treasure. They are our future." Your giving will empower them to overcome challenges and blossom to excel in life; to become the next generation that builds our nation, our #CityofGood.
Please share this page on your own social networks to raise greater awareness and channel much-needed resources to these communities.
#CityofGood #SGUnited #StrongerTogether
Arc Children's Centre
by Arc Children's Centre
Arc is committed to see each child regain their childhood with great joy and to see them excel for life.
At CampusImpact, we seek to touch the lives of youths and impact them positively by empowering youths and equipping parents through various services such as our Learning Curve Education Programme, Study Buddy, Parents Advisory Hotline, Counseling, and Family Bonding Activities.
Child At Street 11 Ltd
by Child At Street 11 Ltd
Child At Street 11 is a charitable organisation that provides a high value early years education programme for children from under-resourced and diverse family backgrounds.
Club Rainbow (Singapore)
by Club Rainbow (Singapore)
Club Rainbow (Singapore) was set up in 1992 to provide a range of comprehensive support services for the families of children who suffer from major chronic and potentially life threatening illnesses.
We work actively to improve the quality of life of the people that we encounter, strengthening both family and community life in the process. We are committed to serve and meet the needs of the community through the provision of social services as we want to make a difference and positively impact the lives of the people living around us, especially those who are poor, needy and / or disadvantaged.
Children-At-Risk Empowerment Association (CARE Singapore)
by Children-At-Risk Empowerment Association (CARE Singapore)
Established in 1997, Children-At-Risk Empowerment Association (CARE Singapore) is a boutique charity that focuses on helping at-risk youths succeed in life. In 2010, NCSS recognized this and appointed CARE as a Centre of Specialisation for Youth Empowerment so that they can help raise service quality in the youth sector.
Focus On The Family Singapore Limited
by Focus On The Family Singapore Limited
Focus on the Family Singapore is dedicated to helping families thrive. We believe that the family is the foundation of the nation. As a local charity with Institution of a Public Character (IPC) status, we partner with include likeminded individuals, organisations and schools to reach out to families with the message of hope. Your giving will give broken families the opportunity to reconcile, empower young people to become champions for family, and marriages to stay strong through the challenges of life.
by Heartware Network
We are cost-effective and efficient in developing the youths. It costs about $10 an hour to train and develop one youth volunteer for service without seeking rewards. We conscientiously evaluate and measure our outcomes to provide value-addedness in youth development with minimal wastage or duplication.
IC2 Prephouse Limited
by IC2 Prephouse Limited
iC2 PrepHouse is the first and Singapore's only institution of its kind providing structured educational and rehabilitative programmes to empower and enable children and youths with visual impairments (VI) to live confidently, independently and maximise their potential.
Limitless is a nonprofit organization that was founded with the desire to see every youth given the opportunity to live out their potential.
Make-A-Wish Foundation (S) Ltd
by Make-A-Wish Foundation (S) Ltd
Make-A-Wish Foundation Singapore creates life-changing wishes for children between the ages of 3-18 years with critical illnesses to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.
Malay Youth Literary Association
by Malay Youth Literary Association
In 1948, the Persatuan Persuratan Pemuda Pemudi Melayu (abbreviated as 4PM) or Malay Youth Literary Association was established with a core mission to maximise youth potential for the benefit of the community. From its humble beginning as a small group of passionate individuals providing educational support by offering tuitions to children and cultural activities for youths in kampungs, 4PM has transformed into an organisation that focuses on uplifting the educational status of the community and investing in the young- moulding and shaping the lives of youth as well as supporting the community's social and welfare needs.
Morning Star Community Services Ltd.
by Morning Star Community Services Ltd.
Morning Star Community Services is a registered charity and Institution of Public Character which aims to enrich and strengthen family relationships in Singapore. By empowering individuals and families, we strive to build vibrant communities that can make a difference to society.
Muslim Missionary Society Singapore
by Muslim Missionary Society Singapore
The overall objectives of Jamiyah Singapore, in the background of the higher ideals and universal values of Islam include the following: To promote the social, economic and spiritual well-being of Muslims, To promote education, educational initiatives to benefit Muslims and other
New Hope Community Services
by New Hope Community Services
New Hope Community Services (NHCS) was registered as a charity in 2004. Our sole motivation is the love of God and the conviction that His church must stay relevant to the needs of the community. We are concerned for those in need and we strive to reach out to them, regardless of their race or religion.