How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Pays for one tactile resource book for a child with visual impairment aged 6 years or less.
Fully subsidises five hours of our vision programme in our centre for one child with visual impairment.
Provides a person with disability with support to overcome the challenges in gaining sustainable employment through the TODAY Enable Fund
Partially funds tuition course fees at an institute of higher learning for a person with disability through the TODAY Enable Fund
About Campaignends 24 Sep 2018, 11:59 PM
We welcome support through table purchases or cash donations of any willing amount. If you would like to enquire about table purchases, we are contactable at [email protected]
About the TODAY Enable Fund
TODAY Enable Fund (TEF) was set up by Fund Patron ESM Goh Chok Tong in December 2016 to provide financial assistance to persons with disabilities to meet last mile needs and better integrate them into the society. TEF also supports efforts that enhance education and employment prospects of persons with disabilities. SG Enable (SGE), an agency dedicated to helping people with disabilities, is the fund administrator. TODAY is the media partner.
About iC2 PrepHouse
iC2 PrepHouse is a charitable organisation and the only resource centre in Singapore that provides comprehensive programmes for children and youth with visual impairment. Programmes include Early Intervention, Braille Instruction, Assistive Technology, Functional Skills, and Orientation and Mobility. iC2 PrepHouse aims to empower and enable children and youth with visual impairment to live confidently and independently.
About the Charity
SG Enable is an agency dedicated to serving persons with disabilities. Located at Enabling Village, SG Enable seeks to assist persons with disabilities and their caregivers so they can empower themselves via timely access to information and referral services, grants and support, as well as enhanced employment and employability options. SG Enable aspires towards an inclusive society where persons with disabilities lead enabled lives as integral members of society.