EVENTS AND CAMPAIGNS

 

Charity Bike 'n' Blade 2018

Helmed by a group of avid cyclists who use their passion to raise money for the underprivileged, this year’s Charity Bike ‘n’ Blade aims to raise $350,000 for The Salvation Army Peacehaven Nursing Home and Beyond Social Services.

Come 14 to 16 September, up to 120 cycling enthusiasts will set foot in Malaysia and make an arduous 150 km journey from Seremban to Malacca. After a night’s rest, cyclists will continue another 160 km to the town of Muar. The ride will test the mettle of the riders, but promises to reward them with a heart full of joy knowing that their efforts have made a huge impact. On 15 and 16 September, there will also be a Charity Bike 'n' Blade 2018 - Mirror Event for Skaters. In total, the group of skaters will cover a total of 600 km over two days.

You can sign up as a cyclist or show your support to our riders and bladers through https://charitybnb.give.asia/ and www.facebook.com/CharityBnB.

 

                    

 

Making the Invisible, Visible

In partnership with imaginem, a social startup for photography, The Salvation Army has embarked on a photography campaign to raise funds to help people in need under our care through our social programmes and services across Singapore.

The visuals will share the plight of the unseen in the community, with the hope of making the invisible visible. All photographs are inspired by true stories of needy beneficiaries helped by The Salvation Army. Capturing well-known personalities at the beneficiaries’ homes or frequented locations brings a new level of social awareness of the hardships faced by the less fortunate.

Through this campaign, we hope to garner the support of donors to raise $150,000 to help people in need under our care through our social programmes and services across Singapore. Visit https://www.giving.sg/the-salvation-army/making_the_invisible_visible to show your support.

 

 

      

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