How Your Donation Makes a Difference
A beneficiary with disability or special needs receive a birthday celebration and gift pack
In addition to 2 beneficiaries receiving birthday celebration and gift pack, help provide games and puzzles in the centre
In addition to 4 beneficiaries receiving birthday celebration and gift pack, help provide therapy and assistive equipment in centre
In addition to 6 beneficiaries receiving birthday celebration and gift pack, help provide financial support to families-in-need
About Campaignends 27 Aug 2021, 11:59 PM
DO SOMETHING SPECIAL THIS BIRTHDAY!
Why not do something meaningful this birthday to touch the lives of persons with disabilities? In lieu of gifts, encourage your loved ones and friends to touch lives by making donations to support the beneficiaries with disabilities and special needs at SUN-DAC www.sundac.org. Dedicating your birthday to a meaningful cause is a great way to spread love and happiness.
Donate-a-Birthday is a meaningful way to dedicate your special day to make an impact on the lives of others. The act of giving and spreading love is one way to make this birthday special. Funds raised will give our beneficiaries a nice birthday celebration, and support our programmes and services.
Encourage family and friends to donate to SUN-DAC for your birthday via the following methods:
2. PayNow UEN S93SS0060K
For every S$50 donation, one beneficiary with disability/ special needs will receive a birthday celebration and gift pack. You can also send us a birthday message, card or video to our beneficiaries who share your birthday month!
Note: For 250% tax deduction for your donation, please indicate your full name and NRIC number with your donation.
About the Charity
SUN-DAC was set up in 1990 to provide care for people with intellectual disability in a Day Activity Centre setting. We currently serve persons with disability, with varying intellectual, physical, mental, sensory, and learning disabilities.
To be a premier day activity centre serving persons with disabilities.
To provide meaningful and constructive development activities for persons with disabilities with the aim to improve the quality of life for them and their caregivers.
3) Do to Others What You Want Others to Do to You