Who makes a home?
We might have good food, good housing and good education, but according to the results of the Time Out City Life Index, Singapore is one of the world’s least exciting cities. But what makes a city exciting? What makes a city a home? To us, it’s not about how much nightlife, street food or live music around. It’s the people. It’s our values. With more and more stories of everyday heroes in the news, an increasing donation and volunteering rate*, we’re proud to say that we’re moving away from the usual definition of us being “emotionless” and “kiasu”.
There’s still more we can do to make this a #CityofGood, but for now, let’s celebrate how far we’ve come.
Come join us and truly make our Little Red Dot a home by giving to one of these uniquely Singaporean opportunties.
Inspired to start your very own fundraising campaign? Kickstart your giving journey here.
Take Action for Stroke - Dollar for Dollar Matching Campaign
by Stroke Support Station Ltd.
In Singapore, 1 person suffers from stroke every hour. Stroke can strike anyone 18 to 80 years old, and the number of young stroke survivors are rising.
Tattoo Removal Programme
by Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association
"My tattoos are a symbol of my loyalty when I was part of a gang in the past. During that time, I did not have the right support and I thought it was something to be proud of."
Glenn's 50th Birthday - Help Me Do A Little Something for Charity
by Glenn for Caritas Singapore
My name is Glenn Jothy. I turn 50 this year, and want to celebrate it in a meaningful way. I decided to raise S$5,000 for charity. And I need your help!
Donate to The Sree Narayana Mission's Community Programmes
by Sree Narayana
Sree Narayana Mission (Singapore) is proud to be a part of the communities we serve. We show our commitment to helping others with a range of SNM Community Programmes such as community soup kitchens and more.
Contributions to the Financial Assistance Fund
by Education Fund
This specific pool of donation will supplement existing funding given under the MOE Financial Assistance Scheme (FAS) and school-based FAS grant. Schools can use it to provide even more support for students from less advantaged backgrounds.
Our Homes, Our Stories
by HUMANITARIAN ORGANISATION FOR MIGRATION ECONOMICS
Our Homes, Our Stories is an anthology of 28 real-life stories written by domestic workers in Singapore.
by Cycling Without Age Singapore
Volunteer as a Pilot: You will be taking out seniors on trishaw rides, in shifts of 3 hours max, 2-3 rides per time.
'Our Lives, Our Voices' : A Self-Advocacy Project
by Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS)
Volunteer: support the main facilitator(s) during each session to guide participants through the various activities (e.g. presentations, skits, art & craft, etc)