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Donations made in response to any overseas disasters or humanitarian crisis are not tax deductible.

In the event that donations exceed the expenses incurred by Singapore Red Cross in that specific disaster response, any surplus or unspent money, after 3 years from the date of inception of the fund, can be used to prepare for and serve communities affected by other disasters or may be used to complement or to sustain projects undertaken by SRC in helping the vulnerable in areas affected by disasters.

The Singapore Red Cross recovers on a descending rate of not more than 5% in administrative fees for all fundraising campaigns or public appeals for overseas relief.

If you would like to fundraise for the South India Floods appeal, please contact us.

Current Fundraiser/s

LISHA
How: Donation Box placed along the front of Little India Arcade (Serangoon Road)
Timing: 10am to 8pm daily (Until 30 December 2015)

Other Partners Involved:
Hindu Endowments Board
Narpani
MediaCorp
Oli 96.8FM
Vasantham
Indian Restaurant Association Singapore
All other Indian Associations

 

1. Donations made in response to any overseas disasters or humanitarian crisis are not tax deductible.

2. The assistance provided by Singapore Red Cross to communities affected by disasters is made possible by the voluntary donation of time and money from the Singapore public. Public Appeals launched by SRC are disaster and locality specific. SRC is bound by the rules and regulations laid down by the Commissioner of Charities in the disbursement and management of “solicited funds”.

3. There are occasions when SRC decides not to launch any public appeals but members of the public may still come forward to make donations. Such donations for a specific disaster or humanitarian crisis, will be treated in the same way as funds raised through a public appeal, with SRC exercising the same due diligence and care in the disbursement of such funds.

4. In the event that donations exceed the expenses incurred by Singapore Red Cross in that specific disaster response, any surplus or unspent money, after 3 years from the date of inception of the fund, can be used to prepare for and serve communities affected by other disasters or may be used to complement or to sustain projects undertaken by SRC in helping the vulnerable in areas affected by disasters.

5. The Singapore Red Cross recovers on a descending rate of not more than 5% in administrative fees for all fundraising campaigns or public appeals for overseas relief. These administrative fees are termed as the SRC’s Programme Support Recovery.

We launched an urgent public appeal on 5 Dec 2015 for funds to aid the survivors of the South India floods. The Government of Singapore will contribute US $75,000 to kickstart the public appeal.

In view of the dire situation in the states affected by the floods; we will first contribute US$150,000 worth of relief supplies, through its Red Cross partners in India. A team of SRC volunteers is on standby to be deployed in the next few days to help distribute the relief items in collaboration with the Indian Red Cross branches in affected states.

Continuous rain has caused massive flooding in South India affecting the States of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. In November, the heaviest rain in decades, aggravated by Tropical Cyclone Rovan, brought widespread flooding across the south Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh causing more than 200 deaths and affecting 1.8 million people.

Here are ways you can help:
Donate to the appeal*
Fundraise for South India Floods

Restoring Family Links
The Singapore Red Cross “Restoring Family Links” (RFL) service assists to locate the immediate family members of those who may have been affected by the disaster whom they have difficulty contacting. Please call or email the International Services team with details of your missing family member.

*Donor advisory is available here. You may call us for more information or view the FAQ.