How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$20 goes a long way in covering books and school fees for disadvantaged children and helps them stay in school.
$50 helps subsidise the medical costs for the less fortunate such as their doctor visits and medication.
$100 covers the cost of skills training so those with intellectual disabilities can be less dependent and live better lives.
$200 provide dementia care to those with dementia
About Campaignends 22 Nov 2018, 11:59 PM
It's been known that an active lifestyle can bring out the best in our daily life. To encourage all staff to switch to a healthy lifestyle and to allow our body to adapt moderately, we are pleased to bring back the annual step challenge. The theme for this activity will be Mind Body Connection.
Staff may either participate in the following activities. Regardless of the activity selected, staff will be provided with the tool to track and monitor their activity level for 6 months.
1) Solo activity - for individual tracking and not be taking part in the group challenge.
2) Group challenge - Staff would need to form a team of 5 where steps will be aggregated and updated in the leaderboard. This will be used to determine both local and regional winners. Challenge will commence on Oct 23 and ends on Nov 22nd.
if you wish to join the take part in either categories, please perform the following task
1. Kindly made a donation of the minimum amount of SGD50 to President Challenge in aid of Dover Hospice (Singapore)
Please DO NOT use anonymous when making the donation and ensure that you insert your name for tracking purpose
2. Information to register will be provided to registered participants to complete the registration. No further payment is required by staff. Step tracker or smart watches will not be provided.
About the Charity
The President's Challenge is an annual community outreach and fundraising campaign for charities selected every year by the President's Office. It is a call to all Singaporeans in doing their part in building a more caring and inclusive society.
Initiated in 2000 by former President S R Nathan, the Challenge represents the coming together of people from all walks of life, to help the less fortunate. In 2012, under the leadership of former President Tony Tan Keng Yam, the Challenge was expanded to go beyond fundraising by including volunteerism and social
In 2018, President Halimah Yacob announced a $10 million fund (Empowering For Life Fund) which will empower vulnerable groups through skills upgrading, capacity-building and employment. Visit http://www.pc.org.sg/WhoWeSupport to find out about the benefiting organisations supported by President's Challenge this year. 100% of the donations received go towards the charities we support.