How Your Donation Makes a Difference
With a $300 donation, you are fulfilling a Family wish for a furniture or electrical appliance which will help improve their daily lives.
With a $60 donation, you are fulfilling an Elderly or Children wish for diapers, milk powder or small appliance which will help them in their daily lives.
With a $30 donation, you are fulfilling an Elderly or Children wish for clothing, footwear, educational toys or school bag and stationery which will help them in their daily lives.
About Campaignends 31 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM
During these difficult times, BB Share-a-Gift (BBSG) project continues to receive appeals from beneficiaries and their families through Social Service Agencies. Specific wishes are items requested by the beneficiary or family, usually involving a useful item that they would otherwise not be able to afford on their own. Some examples of specific wishes are diapers and milk powder for adult and children, educational toys and books for people with special needs, and electrical appliances for the elderly and families.
Your contributions will fulfil specific wishes for 8,455 beneficiaries, improving their daily lives during this pandemic.
About the Charity
The Boys' Brigade (BB) was founded in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1883 as a uniformed youth organisation. Today, the movement has spread across the globe with over half a million members worldwide.
The BB in Singapore was founded on 12 January 1930. We employ a holistic approach in the development of youths. Through our programme, we hope for our youths to be world-ready, with the passion to act on their dreams and to serve and care for the community.
Boys and Youths discover more about themselves, overcome challenges and broaden their perspectives through our exciting outdoor adventure activities, meaningful community projects and enrichment programmes. Increasingly, the emphasis is on leadership development, team building, life skills, adventure activities and community service.
The BB members' experiential learning journey takes place in three specially designed programmes, namely Juniors Programme (Primary Schools), Seniors Programme (Secondary Schools) and Primers Programme (Polys, JCs and ITEs).