Evocation: The Art of Giving is an annual concert series by EVOKX that seeks to engage youths in community and social work through choral singing and performance. Through this concert series, we take the stage to raise funds and awareness of social and charitable causes in Singapore through our choral performances.
The Art of Giving
The Community Health Assessment Team (CHAT) is an outreach arm of the Early Psychosis Intervention Programme (EPIP). CHAT aims to raise awareness of youth mental health concerns and encourage early help-seeking behaviour for mental health concerns among young people through a variety of outreach initiatives.
The Early Psychosis Intervention Programme (EPIP) was initiated in 2001 under the auspices of the Ministry of Health, Singapore. It is part of a national mental health programme that specialises in detection and management of early psychosis. EPIP provides holistic and integrated service through a multi-disciplinary team and interventions using medication, case management, psychotherapy and psycho-social intervention.
The Red Pencil (Singapore) is a registered charity reaching out to a wide spectrum of beneficiaries including children, adults and their families as well as the elderly. They offer both creative and clinical Arts Therapy services to 55 organisations in Singapore: hospitals, family centres, homes, shelters and schools, with a target audience of those from the low-income families. They aim to support the emotional needs of people who have experienced traumatic situations by severe injuries, major surgeries or cancer treatments and those with mental wellness concerns such as depression, anxiety and psychosis. We are confident that a little support will go a long way in making a difference to the art therapy projects advocated.
Rare Disorders Society (Singapore) (RDSS) is a charity initiated by parents of children with Lysosomal Storage Disorder (LSD). Established in 2011, it aims to create awareness on various life threatening rare diseases. RDSS is currently offering emotional, counselling and financial support to children, family or friends with rare diseases in Singapore. RDSS provides support networks and resources to positively impact affected patients and families and they hope to build a center of excellence for patients and their families.
Should you be interested in making a donation to RDSS, please visit their website for more information.
Riding for the Disabled Association of Singapore (RDA Singapore) is the only registered charity in Singapore that provides free therapeutic and rehabilitative horse riding for children and adults with disabilities. RDA Singapore is dependent on the generosity of the public and our supporters to raise funds to keep our centre and free therapy programme running. Support RDA Singapore by volunteering with them or making a donation.
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Foundation assists needy patients financially with costs related to treatment of leukemia, lymphoma and similar blood-related disorders including high costs of transplants, chemotherapy as well as specific drug costs. The foundation also aims to improve the quality of their lives through emotional support and various activities. You may make a donation via their website.
Very Special Arts Singapore (VSA Singapore) is a charity launched in September 1993 to provide people with disabilities with opportunities to access the arts for rehabilitation and social integration. More information is available on their website regarding volunteering and donating to the charity.
The Singapore Chee Hoon Kog Moral Promotion Society aims to help all people and to give relief to anyone in hardship, disaster or need. They carry out welfare work, including the rendering of financial assistance and personal support for the elderly via Homes for Aged Sick and other charitable institutions; and establishing child centres, family service centres, seniors activity centres. More information is available on their website regarding volunteering and donating to the society.
The Singapore Children’s Society protects and nurtures children and youth of all races and religions. The society operates 10 centres island-wide, offering services in the six categories of: Caregiving, Community, Developmental, Preventive, Public Education and Remedial. You may make a donation via their website.