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A Rallying Cry to Give
Even if we are all willing, the less privileged among us are just not able to think long term.
COVID-19 merely inconveniences the wealthy, but it has the potential to devastate the vulnerable and underprivileged.
The best way to help is to secure their immediate needs, allowing them to focus on long-term well-being and decision-making.
We’ve donated what we can during this period to Giving.sg’s COVID-19 family assistance fund.
Consider doing the same if you have the resources to do so.
(Editor’s note: if you’d like to use your Solidarity cash payout to help out the needy, you can take your pick from this list of COVID-19 related charitable campaigns and organisations
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