• Mercy Relief Charity Movie Screening

    Join Mercy Relief for an action-packed fun afternoon at our first-ever charity movie screening with the release of Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw.

    All proceeds from the ticket sales will support MR’s sustainable development programmes to uplift and empower communities in Asia.

    All donations are entitled to 2.5 times tax deduction.

    WHEN: Sunday, 4 August 2019 at 1 PM
    VENUE: Festive Arts Theatre @ Our Tampines Hub
    TICKET OPTIONS: $30/$50/$100

    Each donation entitles you to a movie ticket with popcorn and drink set.
    Mercy Relief will allocate the best seats available in your chosen donation category.
    A $100 donation will entitle you to a high-tea session and photo-taking with popular movie characters.

    However, if you would rather offer a donation, let us know so that we can invite a beneficiary of a local charity to the screening instead.

    To purchase your tickets and for more details, head down to https://www.giving.sg/mercy-relief/moviecharity2019 now!

  • Colour (Y)Our World

    Colour (Y)Our World is SUN-DAC’s first art exhibition showcasing the amazing talents of people with disabilities. Bring your children along to marvel at the beautiful painting artworks together. This is a good chance for children to learn and appreciate the power of dream and hardworking.

    E-tickets can be gotten online and free shuttle buses are available to bring you to the event venue. Check it out here.

    SUN-DAC is a day activity centre that was set up in 1990 to provide care for people with intellectual, physical, mental, sensory, and learning disabilities. The centre currently has three locations in Singapore.

  • SDSC: Aim for Hope Fundraiser

    Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) will be organizing the Aim for Hope Fundraiser this Sunday, 18 November 2018, 9am – 6pm at Yishun SAFRA.

    Shooting is a sport that tests accuracy and control, in place of physical prowess. That is why it can be enjoyed by many people, including persons with lower physical functionality from congenital and acquired conditions, such as cerebral palsy, amputations and spinal cord injuries.

    SDSC runs beginner, developmental and high performance programmes to help persons with disabilities (PWDs) to find new abilities and talents through shooting and other sports.

    We hope to get individuals to bring their family and friends down to the range to have a chance to aim and shoot, guided by Singapore’s national shooters. It will be an exciting experience and meaningful time spent!

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