Make-A-Wish Singapore is a non-profit organisation that creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illness. To date, they have successfully granted 1,560 wishes.
Here are some of the children’s wishes:
Recently, Make-A-Wish Singapore has launched The Wish Effect campaign, hoping to raise awareness about the proven, lasting and life-changing impact of a wish on children with critical illnesses and everyone around them. As part of the campaign, the organisation has introduced the “One Tiny Wish” storybook and video, based on a true story of a wish child.
Here’s the video:
To allow members of the public to experience the joy and happiness of seeing a wish fulfilled, Make-A-Wish Singapore has also launched a custom Instagram filter, ‘The Wish Effect’, in the form of a randomized wish generator.
To access the filter, head on down to the official Make-A-Wish Singapore’s Instagram Page (@makeawishsingapore) or by searching for ‘The Wish Effect’ in the Effects library on Instagram and Facebook. Do remember to hashtag #thewisheffect, tag Make-A-Wish Singapore and share the filter widely with your friends and social media followers.
Concert organizer, IMC Live Global, will be holding its inaugural Rock With Us: Online Charity Concert tomorrow (23 September) at 9pm to raise funds for underprivileged children in Singapore.
The start-studded concert features an impressive lineup including concert headliner, Angela Zhang. Other performers include Joi Chua, Weibird, Jeremy Monteiro with Alemay Fernandez, Rudy Djoe, So Drama Entertainment artistes, Tin Box The Live House Band and more.
Renowned Taiwanese host, Mickey Huang will be the master of ceremony for the night. The Guest of Honor for the event is Minister for Culture, Community and Youth and Second Minister for Law, Edwin Tong.
All proceeds will go in aid of the Orphanage’s much-needed dorm repair and renewal efforts.
From today (21 September 2020) to 24 September 2020, Starbucks Singapore is offering 1-For-1 promotion for three Venti-sized drinks.
They are the Chocolate Chip Frappuccino®, Dark Mocha Frappuccino® and Green Tea Frappuccino®.
To enjoy the promotion, simply pay with the Starbucks Card. Do note this promotion is limited to one redemption per drink. You can take a look at the remaining promotions left for your card using the Starbucks App.
In a bid to boost local tourism, Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing announced that all Singaporeans aged 18 and above will receive S$100 worth of SingapoRediscovers vouchers that can be spent on staycations, tickets to leisure attractions and local tours approved by the Singapore Tourism Board
The SingapoRediscovers vouchers will come in denominations of S$10 through SingPass from December 2020. These vouchers are valid for seven months until the end of June 2021.
As of now, there are approximately 700 hotels, attraction and tour groups that have een approved by the Singapore Tourism Board.
In addition, there is also a S$10 subsidy for child/youth tickets for attractions and tours. Each user is entitled to purchase up to a maximum of six of these tickets at subsidised prices.