Fundraising Event

Inspire Hope this Christmas

  • 22/11/2017 - 31/12/2017
  • Singapore
SGD 1,565
100% Complete

About Event

Inspire Hope this Christmas!

With the season of giving upon us, we are proud to invite you to the Christmas Fundraising Evening this December in partnership with SimplyGiving.

We are supporting to spend the cheer to members of the Down Syndrome Association Singapore.

So, come celebrate and inspire Hope this Christmas and join us at the new rooftop Kilter Avenue for a fundraising evening, festive buffet, free flow drinks, entertainment & fashion shows, auctions, music & dancing plus lucky draw giveaways all for a good cause.
Your donations will benefit Down Syndrome Association DSA, a self funding voluntary welfare organization that provides educational programmes, facilitation support, mentoring,enhancement, enrichment programmes. 

You can make a difference. We need your help. Make a donation to support Down Syndrome Association's development. We love to see you there!


Kilter Avenue,
05-10 OUE Downtown Gallery
6A Shenton Way Singapore 068815


  1. Simply click on the   "ADMISSION" button above
  2. Key in your details
  3. Then Proceed
  4. If you just want to donate and will not be attending click on the " Donate Now" button

    • 25% from the registration/admission will go to DSA 
    • 100% from the donations will go to DSA

NOTE: For those who opt to walk-in-admission at the event day, kindly email your RSVP to We accept cash at the door.

DSA (Singapore):

Down Syndrome Association (Singapore) [DSA] is a self-funding voluntary welfare organisation established since 1996. It strives to ensure that persons with Down syndrome are given the opportunity to achieve their potential in all aspects of community life through the provision of education, enrichment programmes and support services. Today, our members with Down syndrome and their families are benefitting from a wide range of educational programmes such as the Integration Facilitation Support Programme in mainstream schools and the Adult Enhancement Programme for persons 18 years old and above with intellectual disabilities who have graduated from (special) schools. We also have a gamut of Enrichment Programmes such as dance, music, visual arts, art & craft, bowling and gymnastics. All these efforts endeavour to develop and showcase the inherent artistic and sporting talents cum capabilities of every individual with Down syndrome and maximize their quality of life to the fullest.