How Your Donation Makes a Difference
By adopting a tin for $50, you could cover the food and refreshments for 6 of our volunteers with and without disabilities on our Flag Day.
By adopting 2 tins for $100, you could cover the cost of hiring three disabled artists who will be performing on our Flag Day.
By adopting 4 tins for $200, you could cover the running cost of our innovative Project Tintin app that we will use on our Flag Day.
By adopting 20 tins for $1000, you could cover the specialised transport cost of our volunteers with disabilities use on our Flag Day.
About Campaignends 24 Mar 2017, 11:59 PM
If you'd like to volunteer for the Flag Day, please register via https://www.giving.sg/volunteer-event?event_activity_id=4710732
DPA's role is to advocate on behalf of persons with disabilities and those who support them. DPA does this by providing services such as facilitating disability awareness talks, conducting research and hosting awareness raising events. Management and facilitation of these activities require funding. Flag Day is one of the venue DPA can raise funds for its activities. For more information, please visit www.dpa.org.sg
The mission of VSA is to provide individuals with disabilities the opportunities to participate in the arts for rehabilitation and social integration. To achieve this, VSA Singapore promotes the educational, social, rehabilitative and therapeutic benefits of the arts through three main programmes - Arts in Learning, Rehabilitation and Training (ALERT), Arts for Livelihood and Employment (ALIVE), and Arts for Performance and Expression (APEX). For more information, please visit www.vsa.org.sg
About the Charity
Disabled People's Association (DPA) is Singapore's only cross-disability non-profit organisation. We represent the disability community, working to build a fairer society where everyone can participate in all aspects of life from education to employment and access to social integration.
What we do?
A Voice of Our Own: We are an organisation for people with disabilities run by people with disabilities. We provide a platform for all people with disabilities to speak up and ensure their voices are heard.
How we do it?
We help the disability community have a voice in society by working with decision-makers in political, commercial and educational institutions so that no decision that impacts us is made without us. We also provide training for both people with disabilities and the public, so we can work together to create an inclusive, accessible society we are all proud of.