Let’s stand united to help our local communities through the COVID-19 crisis!
As the COVID pandemic rages on, the impact can be felt deeply on our work and personal lives. Despite the struggles, most of us reading this are lucky enough to not have to worry about our next meal. However, there are many communities of people in Singapore who are much less privileged.
So we have gathered as a group of creatives, and would like to appeal to your generosity to raise funds for vulnerable communities among us. In turn, for every donation, each creative will pledge something in kind to the donor. 100% of the proceeds will go directly to TOUCH Community Services.
This organisation works with different vulnerable communities in Singapore including 1,500 low-income families and 7,000 homebound elderly. Your donation will help fund various programmes to meet the immediate needs of these communities in this difficult time. These may include providing financial aid to alleviate the loss of income, covering basic living expenses like utilities or medical needs, as well as purchasing/ delivering food and other essential supplies. Any amount donated will go a long way to ensure their wellbeing through this crisis.
This link will take you to Giving.sg, a website brought to you by National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre (NVPC).
Below is a list of all the creatives pledging their support for this fundraising campaign. This is entirely out of goodwill and the creatives do not take any cut of the donations. Do note that each donation is only eligible to claim from one creative, duplicate claims will be denied. For more details, kindly contact the respective creative below.
In support of the cause, for every donation of $50, Room To Imagine pledges $10 e-voucher to the donor, which is redeemable for workshop and/or merchandise. Simply email a screenshot of your donation details to collect.
Natalie is a Singaporean artist currently based in France. Her studio is on a temporary hiatus and does not have any products at the moment. However she is lending her support to help the local communities back home by spreading the word with her followers.
About TOUCH Community Services
TOUCH Community Services is a not-for-profit charity organisation started back in 1986 and officially registered in 1992. Over the years, TOUCH has reached out to many individuals from all religions and races to see sustainable change and transformation in their lives. It believes in the worth and potential of every child, youth-at-risk, family in need, senior and person with special or healthcare needs to grow, participate and contribute in the community. For more information on TOUCH, please visit www.touch.org.sg.