How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Thank you for purchasing a ticket for our Emerald Ball. Your donation will support our worthy Beneficiaries for 2023.
Thank you for purchasing two tickets for our Emerald Ball. Your donation will support our worthy Beneficiaries for 2023.
Thank you for purchasing an Emerald Table for 10 people for our Emerald Ball. Your donation will support our worthy Beneficiaries for 2023.
Thank you for purchasing a Gold table for 10 people for our Emerald Ball. Your donation will support our worthy Beneficiaries for 2023.
About Campaignends 31 Dec 2022, 11:59 PM
We look forward to welcoming you to our flagship Emerald Ball fundraiser at St Regis Singapore on Saturday 12 November for a fun evening bringing friends and supporters of The Ireland Funds Singapore together again at our first gala ball event since 2019.
This year we will be raising funds for programmes and projects in 2023 supporting mental health and palliative care as well as other worthy causes including:
Singapore Association of Mental Health
Funding an Art Therapy Room at SAMH's new community Wellness Centre
LASALLE College of the Arts
Student bursaries for MA Art Therapy
Minibus for transfer of home and daycare patients for palliative care
Singapore Institute of Technology
Nursing bursaries, and a collaborative study with Trinity College Dublin
Donation to renovation fund for De La Salle Brothers' residential home for young men at risk
Join us at the Emerald Ball, or perhaps make a cash donation if you are unable to attend, to support these worthwhile projects in 2023!
Tickets cost $500 per person, Emerald table for 10 persons is
$5,000, and Gold table for 10 persons is
Ticket sales and cash donations are eligible for a 250% tax-deductible receipt.
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.