About Campaign

ends 31 Dec 2022, 11:59 PM
Hope Initiative Alliance (HIA) will be launching The Alphabet Project (TAP), a new movement to provide literacy programmes for young children aged 7 to 12 from underprivileged families. TAP's programmes include reading rooms, literacy workshops (such as storytelling and story writing) and culminating into an annual national story writing/telling competition for children. Our goal is to empower at least 1,000 children from underprivileged families island wide and provide them with a platform to build confidence, foster connections with other children, and integrate them with the society.

Funds raised will be used to acquire items and facilities that would serve as holistic learning tools and conducive learning environments to support their growth and development. The money raised will also go into purchasing prizes to encourage and reward children, hiring speakers or professional trainers who will teach children various reading and writing techniques, illustration and publishing the children's works, transportation, logistics, venues and meals.

Our first project is the ComLink Read.Write.Tell. (RWT) initiative in partnership with Ministry of Social and Family Development's (MSF) Social Service Office (SSO) @ Bedok and other partners. Please visit our volunteer recruitment campaign page @ https://www.giving.sg/volunteer-event?event_activity_id=76579903 for more information about the RWT initiative.

About the Charity

Hope Initiative Alliance (HIA) is an inter-racial and inter-religious charity organisation that aims to provide holistic care for Singapore citizens, residents and migrant workers who are lesser privileged and require social welfare assistance.

With the support of partners from the public, people and private sectors, HIA serves as an aggregator to provide services that improve the lives of people with diverse social welfare needs. In this regard, HIA works closely with over 100 social service organisations, civil society organisations, corporations and government agencies.

HIA serves its beneficiaries through various movements that serve the following beneficiaries:
- Families with low household income
- Children from lesser privileged families
- Homeless people and rough sleepers
- Migrant workers living in dormitories
- Migrant domestic workers

HIA has been recognised for its contributions by the government and partners. In 2020, HIA was the recipient of the President's Volunteerism & Philanthropy Award for the Organisation of Good category for contributions to society amidst the Covid-19 Pandemic. This award was presented by Mdm Halimah Yacob, the President of the Republic of Singapore.

For more information, visit hia.sg


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