About Campaign

ends 18 Nov 2017, 11:59 PM
The GDS Charity Christmas Party is an event to celebrate Christmas, all for a good cause! Our year-end celebration provides guests with the opportunity to know more about the visually impaired community and guide dogs, while helping to raise funds for the charity.

Nurul, beneficiary:
Orientation & Mobility (O&M) training has helped me to build my confidence in travelling on my own. With lots of training, practice and encouragement from my instructor, I am now able to do so confidently! I hope that when I get a job after I graduate, I would be able to go to work by myself.

Your involvement with us in this festive season can help us to carry on empowering our beneficiaries such as Nurul to lead fulfilling and independent lives.

Event Highlights:
- Lucky draw prizes
- Sure-win lucky dip
- Goodie bags
- Live Music by Jack and Rai, Johan from Johan & Jerome and The Good Karma
- Live auction
- Games
- Wine
- Dinner
- Interaction with our beneficiaries and guide dogs
- Special appearances by celebrities and social media influencers (such as Darryl Yong from Tanglin)

Tickets are priced at $89 nett per person (250% tax deductible). We will require you to provide us with your contact details for verification and tax deduction purposes.

Please email us at [email protected] with your donation confirmation screenshot for verification purposes.

Registration closes 18 November 2017.

On behalf of the visually impaired community in Singapore, we thank you for your support!

About the Charity

Guide Dogs Singapore Ltd (GDS) serves people who are blind or have visual impairment, and provides guide dogs. Our goal is to empower our clients with visual impairment to live an independent and fulfilling life by overcoming their visual impairment and re-living a quality life again. As an Institute of Public Character (IPC) charity, donations may be eligible for 250% tax relief. Based on 2015 Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) findings, there are more than 300,000 people with sensory disabilities. Singapore's high rate of diabetes and myopia, and aging population mean that this number is increasing. As local allied health education does not provide the necessary specialists, resources and funding remain stagnant and cannot keep up with increasing demand. Journey with us to transform lives through our life-long rehabilitation programmes by becoming a (recurring) donor, volunteer or planned giver today!


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