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Campaign Story

SJI (International) Debate Society proudly presents Lasallian Debate League 2020! Lasallian Debate League (LDL) is an annual charity high school debating tournament, open to both institution and composite teams, locally and internationally. Due to COVID19, LDL 2020 will be hosted online on the 29th and 30th of August.

All proceeds from LDL 2020 will go towards It’s Raining Raincoats (IRR). IRR is an initiative for the benefit of migrant workers, providing protection during their metaphorical thunderstorms. Founded by Dipa Swaminathan in 2014, it has gained an incredible amount of traction, using that support to aid migrant workers in Singapore. IRR received the President’s Award for Volunteerism and Philanthropy in 2017 – testimony to their meaningful impact in Singapore’s community.

As COVID cases in the SG migrant worker community soar, many workers are inundated with basic physiological and economic troubles: they are in need of extra food and require help paying rent, amongst other issues. IRR helps to alleviate the impact of the COVID crisis on the migrant worker community.

Any additional contribution to their cause would be greatly appreciated and would fund the work IRR is doing to help migrant workers.

More details on the tournament can be found on https://sjiidebate.wixsite.com/ldl2020 or https://www.facebook.com/LasallianDebateLeagueSJII. The SJI (International) Debate Society can be contacted at debatingsociety@sji-international.com.sg.

About ItsRainingRaincoats

ItsRainingRaincoats was founded by Dipa Swaminathan, a Harvard educated lawyer and Singaporean, in 2015. It is an initiative for the benefit of migrant workers. IRR aims to improve the lives of migrant workers in Singapore, and build bridges to strengthen their integration into our broader community by using imaginative, innovative, authentic and nimble strategies. The raincoat symbolises the protection IRR provides them from their metaphorical thunderstorms.

About Ray of Hope

100% of your donations through Ray of Hope go to people in need. We do not take a cut from the funds. We even cover 3rd party credit card charges, if you choose not to, that other crowdfunding platforms deduct from your donation for campaigns.

100% of all campaigns are also fully verified, so you know your funds goes to real people with real needs.

We take donor accountability very seriously – with yearly audited accounts and strong governance in place to ensure that your donations is properly channeled to the beneficiaries.

Ray of Hope is a registered charity and a member of the National Council of Social Services.


Matthew Teng

Donated S$500.00 October 19, 2020


Tony Scheelbeek

Donated S$50.00 September 18, 2020

We are all in this together ... we all do our bit


SJI International

Donated S$1,220.78 September 16, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.


Jurong Pioneer Junior College JPJC

Donated S$130.00 August 27, 2020

This is for JPJC Debate Teams A & B


Terh Ling Neoh

Donated S$65.00 August 24, 2020


Terh Ling Neoh

Donated S$65.00 August 24, 2020


Ashli Carte

Donated S$65.00 August 21, 2020


Haryati Hussin

Donated S$65.00 August 20, 2020


Nor Zahra Ahmad

Donated S$130.00 August 19, 2020

Registration fees for Cedar Girls Secondary School 1. Cedar Team Blue 2. Cedar Team Grey (Sorry please rename them A and B if needed)


Vihasini Gopakumar

Donated S$130.00 August 18, 2020


Veronica Loo

Donated S$65.00 August 18, 2020


David Sheppard

Donated S$130.00 August 18, 2020


Aman Chopra

Donated S$65.00 August 14, 2020

Team fee for Breaking Badly


Emily Yang

Donated S$65.00 August 13, 2020


Caleb Loh

Donated S$70.00 August 13, 2020

Stay strong!



Donated S$65.00 August 12, 2020

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