About Campaign

ends 26 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM
Annual fundraiser ChariTrees, takes a new spin this year as it expands its scope of impact by raising funds for two charities while celebrating inspiring community heroes who have worked hard towards alleviating the sufferings of others in our society during this public health crisis

These two charities are the #ENGAGE Initiative and The Samaritans of Singapore

Held from 15 Nov to 26 Dec along Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade, ChariTrees invites you to experience the glow of these exquisite Christmas Trees and read the heartwarming stories of our 10 community heroes

* An Appeal for Support in aid of the #ENGAGE Initiative and the Samaritans of Singapore SOS *

With the digital divide in society made exceptionally apparent recently, the #ENGAGE Initiative, will provide children from vulnerable communities with digital devices and digital art programmes to equip them with digital know-how and creative skills

At a time when mental and emotional health issues have skyrocketed their way to the headlines SOS administers comprehensive package of crisis intervention and suicide prevention resources and services.

In supporting the #ENGAGE Initiative and SOS, your donation will bridge the digital divide and offer resources to those in need of mental and emotional support

All donations qualify for 2.5 times tax deduction

About the Charity

The RICE Company Limited (TRCL) is a not-for-profit organisation and registered charity with IPC (Institutions of Public Character) status.

TRCL seeks to harness the potential of the arts to benefit under-served children and youths in the community. TRCL manages a social fund (The Business Times Budding Artists Fund), arts centres (The Little Academy and 10 Square Youth) in Northpoint city and Orchard Central, creative spaces (The Pavilion at Far East Square and Hillside1820) and two subsidiaries (Global Cultural Alliance and Millet Holdings).

For more information, visit www.therice.sg


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

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Children & Youth

Aminah Hussein, Contact Person