How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Pays for transportation for two beneficiaries to watch a performance
Pays for transportation for four beneficiaries to watch a performance
Pays for transportation and tickets for one beneficiary to watch a ticketed performance
Pays for transportation and tickets for two beneficiaries to watch a ticketed performance
About Campaignends 31 Aug 2017, 11:59 PM
135,000 tiles, over 10,000 beneficiaries
Be a part of our first fundraising initiative! Donate to the Mural of Dreams and bring hope to those who need it the most.
Proceeds from donations to our mural go directly to our community engagement programmes, which create empowering experiences for communities in need. We host beneficiaries of Voluntary Welfare Organisations to performances, create arts workshops such as Footwork for Seniors - Hip Hop to build confidence, and specially designed projects like Songwriting for Hope with Singapore Girls' Home.
Each year, we reach out to over 10,000 children, seniors, at-risk youth and those with special needs. Your donation is vital to helping us do more for these communities.
Mural of Dreams is designed by local art collective Tell Your Children and built by mosaic artist Nanette Zehnder.
Esplanade is a not-for-profit arts centre, a charity and an Institution of a Public Character.
About the Charity
Esplanade is Singapore's national performing arts centre and a not-for-profit organisation with a social mission.
We believe that the arts can transform lives through its ability to uplift spirits, provide inspiration, foster bonds and cultivate understanding. The arts can bring individuals and communities closer together and it is our vision to be a performing arts centre for everyone.
Esplanade operated by The Esplanade Co Ltd (TECL), which is a not-for-profit organisation, a registered Charity and an Institution of a Public Character. The Charity Council awarded TECL the Charity Governance Award (Special Commendation for Clarity of Strategy) in 2016, and the Charity Transparency Award for four consecutive years since 2016.