A part, not apart.
In 2016, 62% of people with disabilities (PWD) surveyed report that they do not feel included, accepted, or given opportunities to contribute or reach their potential by society*. Can we do better? A #CityofGood is an inclusive one. Let’s empower these differently abled individuals by giving to one of these charities that support the cause of disability.
Click on any of these campaigns or volunteer opportunities below to donate or volunteer. Inspired to start your very own fundraising campaign? Kickstart your giving journey here.
*Source: IGS 2016
White Cane Community Day 2018
by Guide Dogs Singapore Ltd.
To many of us with sight, travelling from place to place and performing daily tasks come as second nature. Can you imagine how someone who is blind or visually impaired go about their daily life? Guide Dogs Singapore Ltd (GDS) aims to provide the gift of mobility and independence to the blind and visually impaired community in Singapore.
ED's Challenge - Paying It Forward
by The Singapore Association for the Deaf
You Can Make A Difference to the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Community! The Singapore Association for the Deaf (SADeaf) will be celebrating its 65th Anniversary in 2020 and I would like to kick-start a donation drive namely "ED's Challenge - Paying It Forward"through my personal contacts to find 64 other like-minded people who will join me to pay it forward by committing to donate a sum of $2,000 yearly for the next 3 years to raise a total of $390,000 by 2020.
Eden Talent Development Fund
by Autism Association (Singapore)
Your investment in the Eden Talent Development Fund supports Eden's work to encourage our students and adult clients with autism to build on their abilities, interests and strengths for a dignified, meaningful and quality life.
sociABLE programme for the Physically Challenged
by Abilities Beyond Limitations and Expectations Ltd
ABLE Respite Centre is a forerunner in the community offering Respite care for family caregivers and their physically challenged care recipients.
TODAY Enable Fund
by SG Enable Ltd.
The Fund will help to realise the full potential of persons with disabilities, by helping them make the most of their abilities and talents, whether at work, in sports or the arts.
World Cerebral Palsy Day 2018: I am here... We are here!
by Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore
With 17 million sufferers worldwide, cerebral palsy is a common childhood physical disability. Yet, there is a general lack of awareness of the condition in Singapore.
Cerebral Palsy, awareness month
by Christian Outreach to the Handicapped
September is Cerebral Palsy awareness month. Cerebral Palsy is a disorder that affects muscle tone, movement and motor skills. The ability to move in a coordinated and purposeful way.
Helping to make a difference
by Wong Xiu Min for Friends of the Disabled Society
Interning in a hospital, it's hard to miss seeing people who need more help than I do, everyday. As a student, I do not have the means to give and help others, apart from the occasional donations at MRT stations
A truly needy like me, needs your help
by HANDICAPS WELFARE ASSOCIATION
I am Kiew Moi, a beneficiary of the Handicaps Welfare Association (HWA) since early 2017.
Volunteer with Bowling with Me Too! Club (Every Wednesday)
by Me Too! Club (MINDS)
You will assist in guiding clients to follow instructions in the visual recipe, and encouraging active clients to go back to their seats and continue baking.
Volunteer with Project CARE
by Project CARE
Key responsibilities is to support the family carnival in any way while the impact is to aspire and inspire the children with the 'can do' spirit!