Sweat for A Cause is an online fitness campaign to get active and raise money for the beneficiaries at CampusImpact. 100% of funds received will go to ensuring the continuity of CampusImpact. Through this campaign, participants get to exercise not only to get fit or for their health, but for the younger generations of Singapore. The campaign include exercises and activities to foster a healthy lifestyle and also allows the participants to try something new.
Organised by CampusImpact, the organisation runs many programmes that provide holistic care to youth that are undergoing a transitional phase in their lives and are beginning to define who they are. CampusImpact was founded to address the needs of youths beginning to define who they are as they go through transitional phases in their lives.
About the Beneficiaries
Parents: CampusImpact helps parents resolve parent-child issues through counselling services. Additionally, they receive community support through a networking group which aims to impart effective parenting skills & knowledge.
Children: Youths from primary & secondary schools receive academic assistance, counselling & mentorship sessions. CampusImpact is where they pick up important life skills, build healthy relationships and seek support in tumultuous times.
Families: Families facing various parent-child challenges are supported & benefitted by CampusImpact’s face-to-face counselling services. Moreover, family-bonding programmes provide them the opportunity to practise positive communication within the family through activities.
To find out more and how you can help, do visit: https://linktr.ee/sweatforacause.sg
CampusImpact website: https://www.campusimpact.org.sg/
The COVID-19 Taskforce for Non-Profits is a ground-up initiative that seeks to support Non-Profits through pro-bono consulting projects. The group also collaborated with the National Volunteer & Philanthrophy Center (NVPC) and Lien Center for Social Innovation on a thought leadership piece, highlighting its perspectives on the future of beneficiary, donor and volunteer engagement.
The group is excited to launch the publication at its upcoming webinar, and are proud to have Speaker Tan Chuan-Jin as its Guest-of-honour to share his perspective on what makes a future-proof non-profit.
If you are interested to find out more about the social sector, or are curious as to how we can all do our part for the social sector, join today!
Date: 29 October, Thursday
Venue: Online (Zoom)
Register here: https://tinyurl.com/socialsectorpanel2020
Organised by Running Lab, Project Love Sneaker is back to serve the running community’s desire to recycle their “retired” running shoes that are still in good condition. Started in 2010, this shoe-donation drive is now in its 8th year running and will be held from 1 to 30 April 2018 at all Running Lab stores.
Project Love Sneaker has increasingly gained traction and interest not only within the running communities but the general public over the years. Running Lab has been dedicated and committed to reaching out to a wider audience to spread the meaningful notion behind this campaign and this year is no different.
In line with the Running Lab concept and what it stands for, the shoes will be donated to social service organisations supported by Community Chest to help those in need.
How It All Started
Running Lab is a specialty running store retailing technically advanced running apparel, accessories and footwear. Staffed by sports trainers and experienced runners, customers are assured of the right expertise recommending the right pair of shoes for their foot types. The objective is simple – maximise performance, reduce the risks of injuries.
More than just a business venture, Running Lab not only promotes fitness and a healthy lifestyle, it is also in the DNA of Running Lab to give back to the society.
It has been observed that regular runners replace their running shoes after clocking in certain mileage, typically 600 to 800km. Most of the time, these shoes are still in relatively good condition and it will be a waste to dispose them. That’s why in 2010, Running Lab decided to provide an avenue for runners to give a second life to these used running shoes. To donate the used shoes for a worthy cause and make a difference to the lives of the less fortunate.
All shoes will be donated to social service organisations supported by Community Chest, such as AMKFSC Community Services LTD, Montfort Care @27 Family Service Centre, Kreta Ayer Family Services and many more.
Donate your used running shoes in clean and re-usable condition during the donation drive and receive a $50 voucher which you can use to buy yourself a new pair of running shoes.
Mediacorp artiste and Singapore Red Cross ambassador Ya Hui, who plays the iconic “wanton noodles princess” Hong Jin Zhi in popular drama series 118, will be raising funds and awareness for Singapore Red Cross with a special charity event.
She will cook and serve wanton noodles for a good cause at Wong Kee Wanton Noodles at Timbre+ on Saturday, 3 February 2018 with all the proceeds going to the Singapore Red Cross.
Do drop by to give your support!