Raised of S$10,000.00
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This Labour Day let’s come together to help Migrant Workers in Singapore!
They left their homes to help build ours. They came with hopes to earn a better living. But for many of them now, they live in fear from Covid-19.
From the lack of masks, proper sanitation in their dorms adding to their worries of their families back home, it’s time to take better care of our migrant friends.
This year, Ray of Hope is working with one of our migrant worker partner, SG Accident Help Centre to fund urgent needs on the ground.
Double your Giving with 1:1 Matching Grant
We have a donor who has pledged $5000 to match all donations dollar for dollar. This way, your donation is doubled and we get to help more migrant workers.
How will the funds be used?
Ray of Hope is aiming to raise $10,000 for the needs of migrant workers. They include food, masks and other necessities to Migrant Worker communities across the island.
We may also support other migrant worker partners on the ground. Funds may also be used for emergencies to support our Migrant Worker campaigns.
This is a tough period for all of us, stay strong! From : EH Charity Team
Carol Karissa Lim
Bless the kind volunteers and workers for their effort
Stay healthy and safe! Thank you for helping to build Singapore.
Thank you for what you have help SG. Please stay safe and strong! God Bless you always .
Zhuan Yao Zheng
Thanks to ROH and SG Accident Help Centre. Thanks for representing Sg to show love to the migrant workers. Thanks also to the anonymous donor pledging the 1:1 matching donation.
ming chong yong
Thank you for building my country. Take care and hope you will get to go home safely to be with your family soon..
Yan Ling Tan
Hoping the migrant workers can get better working/living conditions, and be safe even in this trying time! Let\'s get through this together <3
Thanks for being here to build our homes. Stay safe so that you can be back home to visit your families!
Society’s only as strong as the weakest amongst us. For those of us with the means, we owe it to the needy community to extend help in times like this.
Jasmine Rose Vizmanos
Let\'s help a brother out.
yew kiang lim
Nice to be able to help a little.. To those who have contributed to our nations building... One way or another :)