About Campaign

ends 31 Dec 2021, 11:59 PM
In collaboration with SG Cares Giving Week and co-organised with the Orchard Road Business Association (ORBA), the Community Chest Christmas on A Great Street Light-Up Ceremony 2021 hopes to invite the community to join us in support of persons with mental health conditions, and to have essential, open conversations about the importance of mental health awareness.

Take a leisurely stroll down Orchard Road and witness "Christmas in Bloom" along the streets. We hope that the flowers' symbolism of resilience brings a sense of hope and joy to the nation. Together, we will be able to build a caring and inclusive Singapore that supports the community through any challenges ahead.

You can show your support for Community Chest by making a donation of any amount via this campaign page or even creating a sub-campaign page to raise funds for Community Chest.

About the Charity

Community Chest is the philanthropy and engagement arm of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS), which is the national co-ordinating body for social service agencies in Singapore.

As the hallmark of care and share, Community Chest aims to raise funds and engage the community so that social service agencies can focus on developing and delivering quality solutions and empowering the lives of those in need. Since 1983, Community Chest has been serving and in partnership with the people, public and private sectors to create a collaborative and impactful social service ecosystem for 39 years.

100% of your donations go towards helping the disadvantaged, as our fundraising and operating costs are covered mainly by Tote Board. Community Chest supports more than 100 social service agencies and over 200 critical programmes empowering the lives of those in need, including children with special needs and youth-at-risk, adults with disabilities, persons with mental health conditions, and seniors and families in need of support.

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Disability
Elderly
Families
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