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Gobi March for TTSH Community Fund (Help Me Go Home programme)
by TTSH Community Fund
The Gobi March for TTSH Community Fund is an initiative by Ray Loh, Dominic Tung & Lee Sow Fong of Tan Tock Seng Hospital. As they journey through the fully self-supported 7 day 250km Gobi March (Mongolia) footrace, the team hopes to raise funds for two programmes under the TTSH Community Fund: 1) Help Me Go Home programme (see description below); and 2) Programme of All-inclusive Care for the Terminally-ill (PACT) (visit: http://bit.ly/2Kda18q) All donations raised from this campaign page will be dedicated towards the Help Me Go Home programme. Patients who need breathing machines to stay alive would love to return home to their loved ones but they cannot afford the high costs. The Help Me Go Home programme helps to alleviate their financial burdens so that they can go home to their families. Your donations will help support the following: 1. Cost of respiratory associated equipment (e.g. ventilators, cough assist machines, etc) and its consumables 2. Cost of non-respiratory associated equipment and consumables (e.g. hospital bed, pressure relieve mattress, wheelchair, milk feeds, diapers, etc) 3. Cost of preventive maintenance or parts replacement of equipment The Home Ventilation & Respiratory Support Service was featured on 1. On the Red Dot - Work In Progress. Watch here: https://video.toggle.sg/en/series/on-the-red-dot-2017/ep6/491313 (from 15:53 min mark) 2. The Straits Times Mind & Body section on 22 August 2017 Connect with the team on FB: https://bit.ly/2
Stroke Support Station (S3) Charity Dinner 2018
by Stroke Support Station Ltd.
The Charity Gala Dinner is an event to help raise funds to support the stroke community to allow them lead a better quality of life. The funds raised are used to deliver services and to heavily subsidise the fees to ensure affordability to the low-income families. S3 is the only community support healthcare service to meet the gaps in the continuum of care for stroke survivors and caregivers in Singapore. Dinner Details: Date: 18 May 2018, Friday Time: 7.00pm to 9.30pm Registration & Reception commences at 6.30pm. Shangri-La Hotel, Island Ballroom, Level 1 Guests-of-Honour: Madam President, Halimah Yacob Mr Heng Swee Keat, Minister for Finance Mr Ng Chee Meng, Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Mr Desmond Lee, Minister for Social & Family Development and Second Minister for National Development Dr Lam Pin Min, Senior Minister of State for Transport and Health Mr Chee Hong Tat, Senior Minister of State for Trade & Industry and Education
Gobi March for TTSH Community Fund (PACT Fund)
by TTSH Community Fund
The Gobi March for TTSH Community Fund is an initiative by Ray Loh, Dominic Tung & Lee Sow Fong of Tan Tock Seng Hospital. As they journey through the fully self-supported 7 day 250km Gobi March (Mongolia) footrace, the team hopes to raise funds for two programmes under the TTSH Community Fund: 1) Programme of All-inclusive Care for the Terminally-ill (PACT) (see description below); and 2) Help Me Go Home programme (visit: http://bit.ly/2wywbAc) All donations raised from this campaign page will be dedicated towards the PACT Fund. Programme of All-inclusive Care for the Terminally-ill (PACT) supports and care for the terminally ill patients and their families. Your donations will help support the following: 1. Financial support to facilitate care of needy patients and families in the community e.g. Rental of breathing ventilator, and ambulance transport fees for terminal discharge (whereby death is expected to occur within 48 hours), helping needy patients obtain interim funding when their families are unable to provide adequate funds etc 2. Training and counselling for patients and caregivers and volunteers e.g. Providing palliative care - related training, setting up/maintaining support groups. Providing healing art therapy for patients and caregivers 3. Education to the public, healthcare professionals and volunteers on issues pertinent to the care of those with advanced illnesses e.g. Public forums and workshops Connect with the team on FB: https://bit.ly/2rxThSK
The Giving Methodist
by Methodist Welfare Services
Our God is a generous God. He gave us His best, His all, even though we have done nothing to deserve it. Be part of The Giving Methodist (TGM) in caring for the poor and disadvantaged in our community. GIVE A DONATION: Impact lives every day by giving $1 a day. Your gift can create change to over 9,000 disadvantaged and distressed families and individuals helped through 20 MWS centres and programmes. We are appealing for either a regular contribution of $1 a day ($30 monthly); a one-time donation of $365; or any amount that you can give. God loves a cheerful giver. Visit thegivingmethodist.sg to find out more.
Running London Marathon 2018 for AWWA
by James for AWWA Ltd
I'll once again be running the London Marathon on April 22th, 2018. This will be the 22nd consecutive year for me (since 1997) running London, and in Singapore this year I will raising money for the Asian Women's Welfare Association (AWWA). This year has been a real struggle in the preparation: what seemed like an innocuous IT band injury at the end of January not only kept me out for 5 weeks of training, but also resulted in an MRI scan that showed 3 'holes' in my cartilage in my right knee (to be precise, 'full thickness cartilage ulcers'). These will require an operation as soon as possible. However, I am sure you all know me well enough by now to know that the London Marathon holds a special place in my heart, and so I am running anyway this year to keep the streak alive and raise as much money as we can, before I have the operation in the first week of May. My goal is to make it back for no. 23 next year if the operation and rehab all goes well: but for now it's just to find a way to get around the 42km! I hope you can please find it in your heart (and your wallet) to sponsor me as I raise money for AWWA. The new AWWA School, to be ready in 2022, is a Special Education school appointed by the Ministry of Education that will provide special education to 300 students aged 7 to 18 years old primarily with autism. AWWA will require the generosity of donors to help finance the full S$1 mn building fund. Please help by donating anything you can to support the cause!
Two Stories, One Hope to Overcome Poverty
by Methodist Welfare Services
Finding His Own Way A year ago, if you were to ask Mr H'ng Seng Huat about his bills, he would have been hard-pressed to tell you how much he owed. The odd-job worker was slogging more than 10 hours a day, 7 days a week. In early 2017, MWS started to provide debt-matching help to Mr H'ng for his bills, milk powder for baby Isabelle, and monthly school support for school-going kids. He cleared his debt in May 2017 and progressed to savings-matching under the guidance of MWS Family Development Programme (FDP) volunteers. Mr H'ng voluntarily exited the programme in Dec 2017. He had saved over $2,000 that he intended to use for his kids' education. "When I started on FDP, I told myself that it was a temporary solution and I needed to find my own way," he says. A Home Of Her Own For many years, single mother Mdm Ong MZ, who lives in a one-room rental flat with 3 daughters, felt downtrodden. She found it tough to get stable employment due to her low education, health problems and caregiving duties. Things started to look up when the FSC serving her gave her a part-time admin assistant job in 2014. In 2016, her case-worker recommended her for FDP. During the past year, many of her impossible dreams have materialised - her job was converted into a full-time position in April; she managed to save more. "Never in my life have I imagined that I could buy my own home, but now I'm applying for a three-room flat. I'm really proud of myself and grateful to MWS."
ONE FM 91.3 Gives Back !
by The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund
ONE FM Gives Back - The Breakfast Crew Cut. Thank you, Bengawan Solo Pte Ltd for donating $20K in support of this campaign. Flying Dutchman is going botak for sure! He's as Singaporean as chicken rice, the Merlion and ERP put together. However, one thing that the Flying Dutchman has yet to do as a Singaporean is his National Service. FD was exempted from National Service and now at 62, he may be a little too past his prime to be a National Serviceman. (NSman) To salute all the men who have done their part or will be going through the National Service, FD will be shaving his head - a ritual that all Singaporean sons would have gone through before becoming men in green. ONE FM hopes to raise $10,000 as part of the station's initiative to give back and help FD's head-shaving journey a more meaningful one! The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund is the charity of choice and we believe a little goes a long way. Let us help to make this happen by donating now! You can also show your support and join us at Great World City on 2nd June, 2pm to witness FD's momentous head-shaving event. See you there! Let's make FD botak!
Urgent Funds Required For Move To New Government-Built Facility In Sungei Tengah
by Animal Lovers League
In March 2018, we will be moving to a Government-built facility in Sungei Tengah called 'Animal Lodge'. The construction and setting in our new premises will be different from our present open concept shelter in that our dogs and cats will be in flatted-two-storey buildings in kennel enclosures. We require $351,000 to manage the costs of making this move. Firstly, we have a total of 10 units; each unit comprises of five kennels, four store rooms, flexi-areas and quarantine and prep rooms. We have to engage contractors to carry out fit-out works involving the building of steel enclosures, gates, fencing and partitions, along with the installation of piping and electrical appliances like ceiling & exhaust fans, lights, fittings and equipment. Expected cost is $20,000 - $25,000 per unit; and an estimated $250,000, if not more, in total. Secondly, $66,000 has to be paid to our present landlord for extended TOL (Temporary Occupancy Licence) from January to March 2018, before we move to the 'Animal Lodge' in March 2018. A 3-month deposit totalling $35,000 may be required by AVA. This will be confirmed in due course.
Help SOSD raise 50,000 for the Move to the New Shelter
by [email protected] for Save Our Street Dogs
In a few months, we will be moving to our new shelter, and this online campaign aims to raise $50,000 for The Move to the new premises in Sungei Tengah. All funds raised will be used to pay off transport, construction, and renovation costs. Moreover, it will also be used to keep SOSD's operations going on a daily basis. The caring and maintenance of our dogs are our top priority; any amount contributed is greatly appreciated! The funds raised are critical in helping our dogs get comfortable in their new home. A dollar can go a long way for our dogs. So come support us and donate online!
Walk, Pray, Give. Camino 2018
by Chan Thud Chee for Arc Children's Centre Co Ltd
My wife Irene and I are planning to walk the Camino de Santiago, an ancient pilgrimage route starting from St. Jean Pied Du Port in France to Santiago de Compostela, where the remains of the Apostle St. James are believed to be interred. This route covers a total distance of about 780 km. We plan to walk for about 7-8 weeks covering about 20-25 km per day, six days a week, and resting on the seventh day. We will keep everyone posted of our progress on FB and instagram but will definitely need your support and prayers to persevere and walk the full distance. We hope to raise funds for Arc Children Centre, a charity that provides sanctuary and support for children recovering from illnesses and their families. You can find out more about what they do at www.arcchildren.org. Please support Arc by donating perhaps a certain amount for every km that we walk on the Camino. Or you could pledge a fixed amount.
Movie With Love - Hope Centre Charity Movie
by Hope Centre (Singapore)
ABOUT MOVIE WITH LOVE Hope Centre (Singapore) is organizing our first Charity Movie on 5 July 2018 at Golden Village Plaza Singapura! Improve the lives of people in need and celebrate the 'Superhero' within everyone by supporting this fundraising event. All donations of $50 and above will be entitled to one movie ticket and a 'combo set' that includes a small popcorn and drink. In addition, donations to Hope Centre (Singapore) are eligible for a 250% tax deduction. FUNDRAISING FOR THE NEEDY We target to raise a total of $20,000 through this upcoming event for the programmes and services that support the beneficiaries in the community, such as the needy children, youth and seniors. Your giving and support towards this event enable Hope Centre to continue running programmes for more than 4500 beneficiaries in need. TICKET INFORMATION 1. Please fill in your address for mailing of the movie ticket. 2. Confirmation email will be sent to you once the donation is received. 3. All seats will be assigned base on the donation amount. 4. Please inform us if you would like to donate the ticket to our beneficiaries. For further enquiries about the event, please call 3157 3942. THANK YOU for your generous giving to our causes!