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(NOTE, March 7 2018: Community Cancer Fund (CCF) is transitioning to come under the governance of SingHealth Fund Limited (SHF) who will be managing the trust funds of all SingHealth subsidiaries. All fundraising activities is halted during this period. They will be back shortly with a new name. Thank you for your support!)
ACRES is a local charity founded by Singaporeans. Their sole aim is to advocate for an end to animal cruelty in Asia. They tackle wildlife crime in Singapore in addition to a 24-hour wildlife rescue service leading to rescuing more than 10,000 injured, displaced or orphaned wild animals. With over 700 roadshows, their community outreach incorporates humane education at academic institutions. This averages to a reach of over 105,000 children and adults every year.
Since their inauguration in May 2001, ACRES celebrated several environmental shifts that pushed Singapore forward in the animal protection movement. Alongside collaborative efforts with governmental agencies, they seek to nurture a responsible society from grassroots level to the individual homes where all animals are treated with compassion and respect.
How your donation can make a difference:
Help end animal cruelty and provide support for any animal that needs it!
Aidha is an award-winning charity that offers financial education and self-development programmes such as money management, computer literacy, communication and entrepreneurial skills for foreign domestic workers and lower-income women in Singapore. Aidha envisions 'sustainable futures through financial education' so that every woman has the opportunity to determine her own future.
Started under the auspices of UNIFEM Singapore (now UN Women Singapore), Aidha became an organisation in its own right in 2006 and has taught over 4,000 women since then. The skills our students learn enable them to better manage their finances and help them break out of the cycle of poverty by meeting savings goals and developing and achieving long-term financial plans, including, for many, starting their own businesses.
Aidha's impact data shows that monthly savings increase by nearly 80% amongst alumni. They also double the number of productive assets they own and business ownership increases from 6% to over 40% amongst our alumni.
With Aidha students sharing their skills with their families and friends, a whole community benefits, making the multiplier effect of our financial literacy programme significant and life-changing. By educating one woman, we can help impact nine lives.
Alzheimer's Disease Association
By 2030, the number of people living with dementia in Singapore is expected to rise to over 100,000. In the high income countries, the cost of dementia care is already more than that for cancer and heart disease combined. This confronting figure means that a growing number of individuals are being adversely impacted by the condition as they face significant challenges such as an erosion of identity, loss of quality of life and social isolation.
The Alzheimer’s Disease Association (ADA) was formed in 1990 as a response to this growing concern for the needs of persons with dementia and their families. Made up of caregivers, professionals and all who are interested in dementia, ADA journeys with persons with dementia, their families and their caregivers by offering care and support.
ADA strives to provide quality services and meaningful activities within a dementia-conducive environment for persons with dementia, which focuses on their remaining strengths and capabilities to try and overcome their debilitating condition. The Association offers day care and home care services for persons with dementia; caregiver support services such as Helpline, counselling, support group meetings and respite programmes; and dementia care training for family caregivers, domestic helpers and professional caregivers. ADA conducts public education talks as part of their efforts to increase awareness, to remove stigma, and to advocate for persons with dementia.
You can play your part in creating a dementia inclusive society through your efforts and contribution. With your support, more individuals with dementia and their families would be able to thrive while receiving the care and support they need to continue living in the community with dignity and respect.
Babes: Babes Pregnancy Crisis Support
Babes Pregnancy Crisis Support Ltd (Babes) proactively reaches out to anyone aged 21 and below needing support with their pregnancy so that she is aware of her options and is able to make an informed decision with regard to her pregnancy.
Babes takes a “mother-centric” approach and will support her choices with a view to nurturing longer-term, on-going support from family, friends, volunteers and the wider community and a normal life for her.
Babes advocates for a more inclusive society where pregnant teenagers do not have to feel marginalised or estranged.
Website: http://babes.org.sg/ (Note: Tax Receipts will be provided for donations to the charity above $50 SGD)
Canossaville Children and Community Services
The Canossian Sisters, in response to the rapidly changing social landscapes, have embarked on an inclusive preschool and student care centre. The project aims to cater to mainstream and mild to moderate special needs children, giving priority to the most needy.
A Child Development Unit (CDU), is also being set up to meet the special needs of the children and is scheduled to operate in 2018. Located within the Canossian Eduplex in the MacPherson/Circuit Road area, Canossaville reaches out and lends support to preschool children and students in the neighbourhood.
Canossaville Children & Community Services is an approved Institute of Public Character (IPC) and is authorised to receive tax-deductible donations.
Centre for Fathering
Children's Wishing Well
They provide services which help to alleviate poverty and provide timely assistance for daily living. These include monthly groceries supplies and a web-based service “Grant-A-Wish” which sponsors necessities for education, health, and basic living.
They also provide programmes to equip the children for their future, so that they are able to escape the poverty trap. Some of these services include weekly tuition by MOE-registered professional tutors, sports, music and drama, and short courses in other life skills such as IT, cooking, social etiquette, etc. They also organise excursions or events for exposure to knowledge and experiences outside of the formal classroom setting. “Career GPS” allows secondary students to visit organisations in a variety of industries or sectors so that they are exposed different career options, and helps to motivate students to work towards their goals.
All their services are provided free-of-charge to the beneficiaries.
How your donation can make a difference:
Help every child to reach their full potential!
DaySpring, a programme of HCSA Community Services, runs two centres: DaySpring Residential Treatment Centre and DaySpring New Life Centre.
1. DaySpring Residential Treatment Centre, Singapore’s first small-group residential centre for abused teenage girls, ages 12-16, provides clinical therapies that help them overcome the emotional and psychological trauma of abuse, be it physical, sexual or psychological in nature.
Each resident will engage in a live-in program of 12-18 months followed by a 6-month after-care programme.
While the main purpose of the residential therapeutic treatment programme is to provide therapy and treatment for complex trauma of abuse and help them learn to manage their symptoms and issues, the purpose of the transition programme is to prepare residents to be equipped for reunification with families and/or adjust to independent living.
DaySpring understands that teenage girls who have experienced the trauma of abuse (physical, sexual, emotional or neglect) will struggle with complex emotional and behavioral issues. They aim to provide these hurting girls with a safe and loving environment where they can benefit from proven therapies that cater to their condition.
Daughters Of Tomorrow
Daughter Of Tomorrow's mission is to facilitate livelihood opportunities for underprivileged women, and support them in building financially independent and resilient families.
They help families forge better futures by supporting underprivileged women with confidence and practical support in their back-to-work journeys.
Habitat for Humanity Singapore
HighPoint Halfway House
HighPoint Halfway House, a programme of HCSA Community Services Association, and helps male ex-offenders increase psychological capacities, help them find gainful employment, accommodation and work skills to reintegrate back to their families and community.
Though ex-offenders have paid their debts to society, many have lost important years of life during which they would have been educated and trained to certifiable levels of knowledge and skill. With weak education, limited working abilities and poor coping skills, while facing the dangers of being drawn by ‘old friends’ back into their former habits of vice or crime, the best form of recovery and quality of life can be found in a healthy family life through reconciliation or marriage.
HighPoint will provide a safe place for residents and ex-residents to continue to rebuild trust and restore relationships especially with family members.
(Note: Tax Receipts will be provided for donations above $50 and may take up to 21 days after donations are received from Gift-It-Forward)
HOME: Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics
The Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics (HOME) is a registered society and charity with Institution of Public Character status. It is dedicated to upholding the rights of migrant workers in Singapore, providing them with social support services and education programmes. HOME’s activities are aimed at creating an inclusive society which upholds the principles of equality and non-discrimination.
We assist migrant workers who are abused and/or exploited. Unpaid salaries, excessive working hours, work injuries, physical, verbal and psychological abuse are some of the problems these workers face. Some of these workers may also be victims of human trafficking.
Migrant workers play a vital role in contributing to Singapore. Most low wage migrants occupy positions in the construction, marine, manufacturing, service and conservancy sectors. A significant number of women are domestic workers. Our services provide aid and support to migrants who have been abused and mistreated in Singapore.
H.O.M.E. works with government agencies, civic groups, corporations and other community partners to realise our vision. www.home.org.sg
Lions Befrienders has more than 20 years of history in working with the community to provide friendship and care for seniors to age in place with community participation, enabling them to enjoy meaningful and enriching lives. Since inception, they have reached out to some 20,000 seniors under their Befriending and Community Outreach Services with the help of more than 3,000 trained volunteers.
Make-A-Wish Foundation Singapore
Make-A-Wish Foundation Singapore started in 2002 and is the only wish granting foundation in Singapore. Their mission is to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions between the ages of 3 and 18 years. They believe each wish experience can make a difference to a child’s life and enrich it with hope, strength and joy.
Make-A-Wish has granted more than 1,200 wishes to date and would like to reach out to every medically eligible child in Singapore. As long as there are children diagnosed with a condition, they are committed to granting their wishes and making them feel better, because sometimes, when they feel better, they will get better.
How your donation can make a difference:
Playeum is a non-profit, independent organisation that champions children through play and creativity, and is also an advocate and promoter of the voice and rights of children. They see children as authentic cultural citizens.
They run Asia’s first Children’s Centre for Creativity currently located at the serene settings of Gillman Barracks. The Centre is open to ALL children, where they can play freely everyday 6 days a week. For those where fees are a consideration, they have the Play-It-Forward fund where donors pay it forward.
Playeum does social impact work with children from challenging backgrounds through high touch programmes and workshops that use play to enhance social emotional learning and confidence building. They work closely with community partners such as Family Service Centres (FSCs), Children’s Homes and Child Protection Services to ensure that children from disadvantaged backgrounds have the space and time to play creatively alongside everyone else.
If you would like to support them further, please visit www.playeum.com/support-us. Spreading the word, joining their mailing list or liking them on Facebook (facebook.com/playeum) also goes a long way!
For more information, please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOSD: Save Our Street Dogs
SOSD is a voluntary welfare organization that focuses on the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of Singapore’s homeless dogs, management of the stray dog population, advocacy for animal welfare, and implementing programs that contribute to the wellbeing of both humans and canines.
We are a charity made up of volunteers from all walks of life, coming together with the purpose of pursuing change and advocating better welfare for homeless abandoned animals, by managing their integration and acceptance in society. SOSD is comprised of approximately 400 volunteers and only 6 paid staff.
SPCA: Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is a registered animal welfare charity with IPC status. The SPCA is not a government agency. They rely on donations from their supporters to continue their important role as animal protector. Over $2,400,000 annually is required to carry out their animal welfare work.
They run a 24-hour emergency animal rescue, an inspectorate investigating cruelty and welfare complaints, a free clinic for community dogs and cats, a shelter for abandoned, unwanted and abused animals, a lost and found service, education and advocacy programs and more.
VSA: Very Special Arts Singapore
“A world where people with disabilities are empowered through the arts, contribute to and integrate with the community”
Launched in September 1993 by Singapore’s Ambassador-at-Large, Professor Tommy Koh, Very Special Arts Singapore (VSA) is a local charity organisation dedicated to providing access and opportunities for people with disabilities in our community to be involved in the arts.
VSA strives to promote vocational and social benefits of visual, performing and literary arts; integrates individuals with disabilities into mainstream society and assists them to obtain independence through the arts.
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