Stand United with Our Special Needs Families
More than a year after the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in Singapore, the pandemic continues to have an impact on the lives of all Singapore residents. While some of us have been able to weather the storm, others face bleaker times with the loss their jobs or a significant reduction in income.
To help families of our beneficiaries overcome the challenges of COVID-19, SAAC set up the SAAC Hardship – COVID Assistance Fund about a year ago. Thanks to donors who gave generously, we were able to help more than 48 families in 2020.
SAAC continues to plan ahead to provide quality education and training for our 411 students, clients and residents in our care – improving employability through vocational training, and helping them be active and valued members of the community. But with COVID-19 continuing to have a financial impact on the lives of those in Singapore in 2021, the SAAC Hardship – COVID Assistance Fund continues to be necessary to help those who still require assistance.
Stand United with our beneficiaries on the autism spectrum and their families. If you have the means to give, you can help make a difference.
All eligible donations will be entitled to 250% tax deductions.