Raya for Hope 2020Campaign started on 17/04/2020
Raised of S$15,000.00
0Days to go
Hari Raya is a celebration where families gather to mark the end of Ramadan, a time where Muslims worldwide abstain from food from dawn to sunset. One of the main objectives of fasting is to help better empathize with the less fortunate. While many families have the privilege to celebrate Hari Raya, many of our beneficiaries do not have the luxury to do so.
23-year-old Irhwan, who is featured in our Raya for Hope video, is the sole breadwinner of his family. His father walked out on the family on December 2018, shortly after Irhwan completed his National Service. He had to look after his mother who suffered from depression and his 12-year-old sister who had adjustment disorder .
This Hari Raya, Irhwan hopes that his family will be able to enjoy the festivities. All he asks for this year is to be able to buy new sets of Raya clothes, shoes and cookies for his family.
Give hope to families during this Covid 19 crisis
Ray of Hope is raising S$15,000 so that 43 families (84 adults and 110 children), can celebrate Hari Raya with dignity, pride and joy.
Amidst this Covid-19 crisis where livelihoods & jobs are at stake, we want to give hope to our beneficiaries during this uncertain times.
As we celebrate in the festive season, let’s not forget that a little goes a long way.
Let us bring happiness to Irhwan, his family and other beneficiaries as they celebrate Hari Raya with hope and dignity during this Covid-19 crisis.
Here are some of the families that will benefit from our Raya for Hope campaign: