A difference in the lives of our disabled athletes makes a difference to our community and country in turn. Regardless of whether you make that difference through a sponsored opportunity with an organisation, corporation, or a less structured individual activity, your commitment and efforts will go a long way.
You, your company, association, school or club can create a fundraising event of your own to benefit the disabled athletes of Singapore. Some examples of external events that have been done over the years are car washes, walk-a-thons, anniversary celebrations, exhibitions, annual dinner and dances, movie galas, bake sales or donation of sales proceed days.
You can make a difference today by organizing fund raising activities with your peers and classmates. We would love to hear about your plans and ideas. We can also provide you with assistance to help make your project a complete success.
Please contact us at email@example.com and tell us your ideas!
By sponsoring our events, donating cash or giving us in-kind donations, you can help our foundation go a long way. With more funds and awareness, we can reach out to more persons with disabilities. These funds will provide great support to athletes to help them pursue their sporting endeavours, providing them with the necessary transportation, sports equipment, training, nutrition, preparation and participation opportunities in local and overseas competitions.
Auction and Lucky Draw Items:
SDSC holds fundraising events some with both auctions and lucky draws. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to donate a new or collectible item e.g., electronic items, branded bags, dining or shopping vouchers, hotel stays.
The $200M Bicentennial Community Fund (BCF) is a one-off initiative that provides dollar-for-dollar matching for donations to IPCs, up to a cap of $400,000.
Between Apr 1 2019 to Mar 31 2020, BCF will offer dollar-for-dollar matching for donations to Institutions of a Public Character (IPCs), up to a cap of $400,000 per IPC.
For more Information:
Please find more information about BCF available here.
In March 2017, the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth announced the One Team Singapore Fund (OTSF), a sum of $50 million has been pledged to match sports donations, dollar-for-dollar, over the next five years.
For more Information:
Please find more information about OTSF available here.
Help Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) to engage and experience sport.