We thinks that each and everyone should be valued and recognised As the saying goes " The measure of a life is not what that life accomplishes but rather the impact that life has on others" Every little effort counts to help make an impact in someone's life.
We would like to make an impact to people who are less fortunate as well as our valued foreign workers who have contributed to our country (Singapore). The less fortunates include: orphans, physically disabled, troubled youths and old folks. We will also look into other groups in future that will require help from us.
By doing so, we will be able to shape this world to be a more caring and loving community in which everyone are treated equally and with respect. This is the reason why we focus on less fortunate, foreigners and many other individuals who needs a helping hand. We believe that by impacting an individual’s life, it can change one’s life which can change a community and ultimately making the world a better place.
To make this happen, we need funds and sponsors who are willing to help us to run campaigns for these people.
Our very first campaign will be running for the foreign workers as we feel that it is important to recognise and appreciate their contributions towards Singapore. According to the report given by MOM, it has shown that there has been a growing number of foreign workers working in Singapore from 2012 to 2016 (1,268,300-1,393,000). We see that there is a need to show some appreciation to these foreigners who have made sacrifices to contribute to Singapore as well as making money to feed their family members.
The campaign will be a bazaar for the foreigners which will be held at their dormitory. A bazaar may sound nothing to people like us as we usually see Pasar Malam (Street market) all around in Singapore. However, little did we know that these foreign workers seldom have time to get together after work. Their working hours are usually long and their dormitories are out of the place which is difficult for them to travel out after work. Even on their off days, they seldom go out as going to out means spending money so they would rather stay in the dorm or hang out nearby their dorms with their friends. At the same time, by having this bazaar, it will emphasise to all the employers that having a work life balance is important and allowing Singaporeans like us to show appreciation to them by providing food and gifts that is within the needs we can provide.
Following that, we are also planning to provide free tutoring for youths who do not have the ability to afford for tuition. To make this happen, we will need a conducive place for these students. We are finding the cheapest place to rent to save as much cost as possible as we will need funds for their teaching materials too.
We will be focusing on these two campaigns for this year and we hope that we will be able to start as soon as we have enough funds to do so. Every effort and cents count. Other than donations, we also accept other means of help. You can always contact us at this email [email protected]and we will get back to you as soon as we see it.