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About Campaignends 31 Dec 2021, 11:59 PM
- Empowering persons with Down Syndrome and intellectual disability with skills to be self-reliant and enhance their employability
- Second chances and new opportunities for young men who are trying to turn their lives around
- Access to the social, emotional, non-verbal and verbal benefits - and fun! - of making music for a young person with special needs
- A safe harbour for women and children who have suffered abuse at home
- Supporting and empowering students with special needs in their own schools
With your help The Ireland Funds Singapore is supporting these projects with our Beneficiaries in 2022:
Down Syndrome Association Singapore
Adult Enhancement Programme providing independent living skills and occupational preparation skills for people with Down Syndrome
De La Salle Brothers residential home supporting young men at risk
A music therapy room at Rainbow Centre's new campus at Admiralty Hill, supporting children with special needs
Expansion renovation at SCWO's Star Shelter for women and children that are victims of domestic violence
Assistive Technology for students with disabilities
Eligible cash donations to The Ireland Funds Singapore will qualify for 250% tax deduction for Singapore taxpayers.
About the Charity
The Ireland Funds Singapore was founded in June 2009 and is dedicated to facilitating and helping to fund projects that will further develop and deepen the Singapore Ireland relationship and deliver ongoing benefits to the people of Singapore from their long established relationship with Ireland.
By supporting worthy causes which honour the common Asian and Irish values, the scope of these projects include community development, education, arts and culture, and sport.
"The Ireland Funds Singapore illustrates the long and historical relationship that exists between Singapore and Ireland", Dr Stanley Quek, Chairman of The Ireland Funds Singapore (former Honorary Consul General of Ireland in Singapore).
The Ireland Funds Singapore is a registered charity effective July 31st 2009 and has the Institution of Public Character (IPC) status.