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At COURTS, our customers are at the heart in all we do, and more importantly, a special place for the entire community that we live in. With our contributions totalling $2 million to date, we hope that with every action and contribution made, will positively impact the lives of humanity and in entirety, the world we live in.
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Down Syndrome Association (please refer to 2010)
The Red Pencil (Singapore)
The Red Pencil (Singapore) provides art therapy to the less fortunate children and families who are victims of overwhelming life circumstances such as long-term hospitalisation, conflict areas or natural disasters.
Children’s Wishing Well is a charity dedicated to serving less fortunate children aged 6 to 18 years, providing an avenue of hope and assistance to children from low income families all over Singapore.
Jamiyah Singapore works and contributes towards the welfare and development of the community and mankind, regardless of race and religion. The organisation has spearheaded various initiatives and programmes that span education (kindergartens, childcare and student care centres), welfare homes for orphans, less fortunate children and the elderly, as well as those recovering from addictions.
Make-A-Wish Foundation Singapore
Make-A-Wish Foundation Singapore aims to grant wishes for children aged between 3 and 18 years old with life-threatening medical conditions.
Centre for Fathering helps families – and fathers, in particular – through father-child experiential programmes and fathering workshops conducted in schools, prisons, religious organisations and companies.
Dignity Kitchen is Singapore’s first food court management school that focuses on training the disabled and disadvantaged to be food stall operators.
Heartware Network (please refer to 2012)
Jamiyah Home for the Aged
The vision for Jamiyah Home for the Aged is to foster self-reliance amongst the elderly, regardless of race or religion, through integration and family support. The Home also provides quality rehabilitative, residential and aftercare services for destitute persons.
The Bone Marrow Donor Programme (BMDP) is a non-profit organisation responsible for building and managing Singapore’s only register of volunteer donors who are willing to donate their bone marrow to save the lives of patients with leukaemia and other blood diseases and who need a transplant to survive. So far, almost 500 patients have been given a chance of survival through the work of the BMDP and the need grows every year as transplants become a routine treatment for the most common forms of cancer.
Heartware Network (please refer to 2012)
WE CARE Community Services WE CARE Community Services is the first non-denominational outpatient centre treating addictive diseases in Singapore. WE CARE provides a community based drop-in centre with facilities, programmes and counselling for all addictions including drug, alcohol, gambling, sex, eating disorder, internet and shoplifting.
Heartware Network is a charity that instils positive values/strong character to youths aged between 15-24. The youths are encouraged to be resilient, innovative in serving others and entrepreneurs, whilst being inspired to be rooted to Singapore as their home. Heartware Network is also committed to transform the lives of disadvantaged children and youths to have greater confidence in their abilities and a brighter future.
Singapore Disability Sports Council
The Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) is the national sports body for the disabled in Singapore. SDSC’s goal is to promote, through sports, the well-being of the disabled in Singapore, helping them to live full and independent lives.
The Autism Association Singapore aims to initiate, organise and support provision of a broad spectrum at services for people with autism in Singapore and its services to encompass education, vocational and life skills training and residential care.
Eden Centre for Adults
Eden Centre for Adults serves individuals with autism who have completed their special school programs. As at August 2011, the centre has 11 trainers, serving 29 clients with moderate to severe autism.
Project Helping Hands
Project Helping Hands sends teams of volunteers to provide medical care and health education for people in developing nations. The key to these teams' success is the commitment they bring to impact people in a life-changing, even life-saving way.
Singapore Red Cross Society
The SRC is part of a world-wide, non-political, non-religious movement which bases its work on the fundamental principles of humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality. An independent humanitarian organisation, funds are raised on their own in serving humanity and furthering our work locally and internationally
The Children's Surgical Centre (CSC) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) registered in Alaska , USA (Alaska entity # 76640D). CSC is non-profit, non-political, and non-religious, and is widely recognised in Cambodia for providing a range of specialized rehabilitation surgical services, surgical training and direct support to the people of Cambodia.
MILK (Mainly I Love Kids) Fund (2007 – 2010)
MILK reaches out to disadvantaged children and youth, both in Singapore and overseas, in the hope of developing them into contributing members of society. These children and youth come from troubled or low-income families and impoverished communities, and are often caught in a downward cycle that their circumstances destine them to. MILK support them in their education, care and guidance, vocational and livelihood development, or other special needs so as to help them break out of the disadvantaged circumstances they were born into.
Down Syndrome Association (2004, 2010)
The Down Syndrome Association is committed in their aims to:
- Provide support to families and caregivers
- Enable a person with Down syndrome to attain his or her full potential
- Help a person with Down syndrome to lead a normal life and thus be able to contribute to society
- Educate the public on Down syndrome
- Help integrate a person with Down syndrome into mainstream society
- To enable a richer and more meaningful life for all people with Down syndrome
The 2010 Haiti earthquake was a catastrophic magnitude 7.0 Mw earthquake which occurred Tuesday, 12 January 2010. With an estimated three million people affected by the quake, COURTS raised funds totalling $30,000 and pledged the total amount to assist Haiti and its people.
The Riding for the Disabled Association (Singapore)
The Riding for the Disabled Association (Singapore) provides free, therapeutic horse riding lessons to children and adults with disabilities from all over Singapore. The range of disabilities that benefit from therapeutic riding include: Physical, emotional, cognitive and social difficulties such as Cerebral Palsy, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Visual impairment, Hearing Impairment, Learning Disabilities, Muscular Dystrophy and CVA (Stroke).
The Red Cross Home for the Disabled
The Red Cross Home for the Disabled has provided quality long-term residential care and short-term respite services to individuals with severe and multiple disabilities, such as neuro-muscular disabilities and mental disabilities.
Spastic Children’s Association of Singapore (2008 – 2009)
The Spastic Children’s Association of Singapore aims to be the leading regional centre to assist persons with Cerebral Palsy, helping them to realise their full potential and to lead a life with respect.
Make a Wish
Foundation (Singapore) Ltd
Make a Wish Foundation (Singapore) Ltd grant wishes to children with
life-threatening illnesses. Each wish brings smiles, laughter and a sense of wonder, together with many special memories to cherish.
Founded in 1980 in Phoenix, Arizona, Make-A-Wish® is now present in more than 30 countries and across the world grants one wish,
30 mins of every day, 365 days a year. Make-A-Wish Singapore is an affiliate of Make-A-Wish® International.
Wish granting has a life-changing experience on children and their families and the impact reaches far and wide, involving donors, sponsors, and entire communities.
In Singapore it is our goal to reach every medically eligible child and bring them renewed strength to battle their illnesses.
Breast Cancer Foundation
Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF) is a non-profit charity organisation, established in October 1997.
Under the leadership of its Patron, Mayor (Mrs) Yu-Foo Yee Shoon and her dedicated, enthusiastic executive committee comprising
mostly lay people and some medical professionals, BCF’s mission is to eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease
Dover Park Hospice
Dover Park Hospice (DPH) was founded in 1992 as a secular, nonprofit organisation to meet the growing need in Singapore for hospice care for terminally-ill patients. It is Singapore’s first purpose-built hospice, designed to provide a serene environment close to nature.
Open to everyone regardless of age, race, religion or income level, DPH is dedicated to meeting the unique physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those who are nearing the end of life’s journey. The goal is to enhance the living, comfort the dying and support the grieving with compassion and dignity.
Children’s Cancer Foundation
Children’s Cancer Foundation (CCF) is a non-profit organisation with a mission of improving the quality of lives of children with cancer and their families through enhancing their emotional, social and medical well-being.
Since 1992, CCF has helped more than 2,000 children and their families, providing them the much needed support in their battle against the life-threatening illness. In a year, CCF helps more than 550 children and their families who are at different stages of the illness.
The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund
The Straits Times School Pocket Money started in 2000 as a community project initiated by The Straits Times that provides pocket money to children from low-income families to help them through school. The children can use this money for school-related expenses, such as buying a meal during recess, paying for their bus fares or using it to meet their other schooling needs.