Singapore Red Cross Humanitarian Conference 2019 - Partnerships and Volunteerism for Humanity

The Singapore Red Cross (SRC) invites you to attend the 5th Singapore Red Cross Humanitarian Conference - Partnerships and Volunteerism for Humanity, on 20 July 2019 (Saturday).

In line with SRC’s 70th anniversary celebration, the theme for this year’s conference is ‘Partnerships and Volunteerism for Humanity’. In light of the major challenges today in the global humanitarian world, we want to place emphasis on the need for volunteers and partnerships to meet these challenges, and for our goal in building coalitions for humanity.

The Conference will feature guest speakers from the International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC), Indian Red Cross, Hong Kong Red Cross and other institutions. Participants will be invited to learn about the different vulnerabilities and needs in Singapore and abroad; including the disabled, elderly, youth and children, disaster and rebuilding, single families, blood recruitment and the underprivileged. The conference will also provide a common platform for institutions, interested Voluntary Welfare Organisations (VWOs) and volunteers, to share their experiences and concerns with us, so as to be collectively better prepared and more effective in our emergency response and deployment.

The Humanitarian Conference was conceived to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, perspectives, and best practices on current issues in humanitarian work relevant to us all today. The conference provides a platform for discussion, not only amongst humanitarian organisations but also with other parties who are have embraced the humanitarian cause. We hope it will also inspire others to become involved in the humanitarian venture.

The details are as follows:

Date: 20 July 2019

Time: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm (Registration starts at 8:30 am)

Venue: Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Grand Ballroom (Level 4) 392 Havelock Rd, Singapore 169663

Admission is free, but by registration only.

Seats are limited. Reserve yours today.

A Wui Chiu Fui Kun 197th Anniversary Charity Concert 2019 for Singapore Red Cross Society

Date: 6 April 2019(Saturday)

Time: 8.00 Pm

Venue: Resorts World Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa

Inspired by our local Straits culture, A Journey of Bliss brings to life the lavish Peranakan wedding; along with the intricate costumes and finery, set and music. Through the 'Nanyang Style' of dance language, this multifaceted performance will feature diverse aspects of the Peranakan vibrant culture and cuisine through the narration of Hui Niang's life journey.

In support of the Singapore Red Cross - under the direction of the Dance Ensemble Singapore (DES) Founder and Artistic Director, Mdm Yan Choong Lian, in collaboration with the dramaturg, Edmond Wong, and renowned Kebaya costume designer, Raymond Wong; with choreography by DES Dance Director, Sharon Lo; DES Creative Director, Cai Shiji and DES Resident Choreographer, Goh Yan Dan, and performed by Terene Seow, Jiu Jian, Ang Tallin, Jack Ye Zheng Wen - A Journey of Bliss will be presented as a dance drama, where audience can indulge in an exquisite balance of oriental and contemporary display of movements with a 'Singaporean' flavour.

Your support will help us to raise funds to sustain and grow our local humanitarian services for the vulnerable in Singapore. Our services include:

  • TransportAid – Providing regular transport and escort services for the disabled and elderly to access life-sustaining medical treatments such as kidney dialysis and rehabilitative therapy. Most of our clients are wheelchair-bound and have no other means to get to and from the medical facilities.
  • FoodAid – Providing the needy and disadvantaged in our community with essential provision such as rice and other and nutritious meals for the disadvantaged in our community.
  • Red Cross Home for the Disabled ​– Singapore’s only residential home for the severely disabled improves the lives of its charges, as well as their families - through long-term residential, short-term respite and day activity services. Majority of our clients have multiple disabilities and come from low-income families.
  • ElderAid and HoME+ – Mobilises community volunteers in caring and building the resilience of the elderly, in our increasingly ageing population. Home Monitoring and Eldercare (HoME+) provides home monitoring and response for seniors living on their own for community ageing-in-place.

Your donations to the Singapore Red Cross and its community services will make a significant impact on the lives, families and communities of our beneficiaries.

How to get yourself a ticket:

With every donation above $100, you would be able to qualify for complimentary ticket/s, subject to availability. All monetary donations will receive 2.5 times tax deduction.

Please contact Ms Amy Distant at amy.distant (at) (tel: 6664 0507) or Mr Vinnce Wu at vinnce.wu (at) (tel: 6664 0683) for more information.