About Campaign

ends 26 Aug 2019, 11:59 PM
Getting out of the house can be challenging for some persons with disabilities due to reasons such as the severity of their disabilities, the accessibility of routes and venues, and transportation costs and availability of caregivers for the less independent individuals can also be barriers to a day out.

That said, we believe that persons with disabilities should be out and about as much as possible and be truly a part of the community.

Now, with a small donation, you can sponsor someone with a disability to the upcoming SPD Ability Walk & Run 2019 on 1 September as a participant so that he/she gets to enjoy a beautiful Sunday morning by the Singapore River among the company of many other participants and supporters.

Click on the donation button to sponsor a beneficiary to the Walk.

For more information, head over to https://www.spd.org.sg/spd-ability-walk-run-2019/

About the Charity

Founded in November 1964, SPD is a voluntary welfare organisation that supports people with physical, sensory (visual and hearing impairments) and developmental disabilities by promoting their interest, welfare and advancement so as to develop their potential to the fullest. We now serve over 5,000 people with disabilities of all ages through programmes and services that focus on these areas: 1. Children & Youth: Focus on education and development 2. Adults: Focus on Independence and employment 3. Elderly: Focus on independence We develop programmes and services to help people with disabilities become more independent and self-reliant so that they can lead more fulfilling lives. As we have been awarded with an Institution of Public Character (IPC) status, all cash donations to SPD are eligible for tax-deduction of 2.5 times the donation amount. Learn more about the work that we do at www.spd.org.sg or connect with us on Facebook at Facebook/SPDSingapore.

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Community
Disability
Social Service
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