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Snap, tag, upload #careandshare!
Marina Bay Sands has pledged a donation of $1 to Community Chest for every #careandshare picture post (up to 1000 posts). Snap, hashtag and share now! Read more.
Bid for Autographed Items Donated by Celebrities!
Fancy an autographed jersey from Michael Owen, an autographed guitar from Wakin Chau and authored and autographed children books from Charlie Young? Bid for these exclusive items donated by overseas celebrities for charity now!
ComChest Care & Share Charity Show 2014
Catch the 'Live' telecast on 27 July, 7pm! Tele-poll lines for the charity show will open from 1 July to 10 August midnight. Call 1900-112 8808 for a $8 donation, 1900-112 8828 for a $28 donation, 1900-112 8848 for a $48 donation and 1900-112 8888 for an $88 donation. Read more.
Walk for the Less Fortunate at ComChest Heartstrings Walk 2014
Join us for a meaningful 4km walk with your family around Marina Bay; or sign up for the competitive Race to the Sky Vertical Marathon to reach the SkyPark! At the end, support the less fortunate at our Carnival featuring a VWO bazaar. Sign up!
Youth Day Appeal 2014
Help us raise funds for 20 special needs schools by making a donation and better prepare our youth, to work with children with special needs by downloading our Youth Day Appeal Resource Kit. Read more.
International Year of the Family Big-Heartedness Campaign
In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the International Year of the Family (IYF2014), the Ministry of Social and Family Development encourages families to help families in need by donating $20 or more to Community Chest. I want to help!
So touching, it moves US editor to tears
Our short film - Gift, produced by The Creative Room, has gone viral and even moved the editor of Huffington Post to tears. Watch the film here.
Be a regular donor, join SHARE!
Every dollar counts. By coming together through SHARE – a workplace giving programme – you can make real and lasting impact to the lives of the less fortunate with regular monthly donations. Click here to join SHARE.
" The community must do more to support the less fortunate, not because the law or the Government says so, but because these are the values of our society. "