The seven directors have come to a unanimous decision that all proceeds from 7 Letters screenings will go towards aiding specific causes in the community. More details on the beneficiaries below:
Alzheimer’s Disease Association
Alzheimer’s Disease Association provides day care centres and home care services for persons with dementia, as well as support services for caregivers such as helpline information and referral, caregiver counselling, support group sessions and caregiver training sessions to enable the caregivers to provide better care for their loved ones with dementia.
The dementia day care centres provide persons with dementia with a safe, supervised and therapeutic environment, and opportunities for them to engage in meaningful cognitive activities so as to help them age-in-place and preserve their autonomy, dignity and well-being. The association also provides volunteering opportunities, public education outreach and participates in research projects.
Children-At-Risk Empowerment Association
Formed in 1997, Children-At-Risk Empowerment Association is a charitable youth development agency with a mission to help youths succeed in life.
As a Centre of Specialisation for Youth Empowerment, the association helps challenging and vulnerable youths turn their lives around by providing school-based social-work service that encompasses a comprehensive suite of life-skills instruction, character development, motivational engagement, counselling, socio-emotional support, leadership development and family engagement.
Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore
Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore aims to provide a comprehensive range of services that best cater to the educational, social, vocational and psychological needs for both the children and the adults with intellectual disability.
MINDS runs four Special Education (SPED) Schools; 3 Employment Development Centres (EDCs); 4 Training and Development Centres (TDCs); 2 Homes (one for adults, one for children); and 1 Hostel (for adults) to cater to the educational, vocational, social and welfare needs of people with intellectual disability.
PERTAPIS Senior Citizens Fellowship Home
PERTAPIS Senior Citizens Fellowship Home is a residential facility that provides for ambulant seniors who lack family and social support. The Home provides socio-recreational and exercise activities for the residents to maintain their physical and psycho-social well-being, by providing them with basic needs of life, shelter, and conducive programmes.
Singapore Buddhist Lodge Welfare Foundation
Singapore Buddhist Lodge Welfare Foundation provides financial assistance towards the aged, the sick, the disabled, the destitute, the poor and persons in need.
The foundation runs a range of programmes which includes free clinics (general health), counselling programme, student care centre, family service centre and food ration assistance.
Students Care Service
Students Care Service is a registered charity committed to enabling children and youth to maximise their potential. They do this through providing services in schools, in the community and through our centres to children and youths who are in need of support, underprivileged by their circumstances or present at-risk profiles.
Students Care Service aims to develop students’ competencies; confidence and character; facilitate meaningful connections between them and their families and society; nurture a care for others in them; and guide them to steer clear of crimes, while keeping them positively engaged in school. The work that Students Care Service does helps to build young lives, enhance their reliance and offer hope.
Transient Workers Count Too
Transient Workers Count Too is a non-profit organisation in Singapore dedicated to improving conditions for low-wage migrant workers, perhaps the largest group of disadvantaged persons here, numbering about one million out of a total population of five million in this city.