BEGIN WITH LOVE

We believe a good year begins with a good start. Begin with Love was started on 1st January 2016. Slated to be a continuous annual effort, Neo Group will pledge all its catering revenue on the 1st of every January for charitable cause.

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While we immerse ourselves in the festivities, we remember the less-fortunate and do our part in giving back to society. We welcome you to join us by ordering a buffet or mini buffet with our catering brands – Neo Garden Catering, Deli Hub Catering, Orange Clove Catering, Best Catering or Gourmetz Catering, in this annual effort to make a difference within our community. All our 1st January catering proceeds will be donated to support charity organisations.

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In 2017, proceeds totalling $218,000 went out to 14 different charities. We hope to inspire more to join us in this charitable cause as we continue to give back to our community.

Founded in 2003, Halogen Foundation Singapore is an Institution of Public Character (IPC) Charity focusing on building young leaders and entrepreneurs. Defining leadership and entrepreneurship as influence, Halogen believes that every young person can lead and become positive change-agents. We want to build young leaders and entrepreneurs who are competent, of good character, have positive mindsets and skillsets to practically change the world in the issues they believe in. Halogen aims to make quality leadership and entrepreneurship education available to all young people regardless of their backgrounds, race, income, or religion, particularly those who are disadvantaged - coming from challenging family backgrounds and/ or are on financial assistance.

Visit halogen.sg for more information

Established since 1994, Ren Ci is one of the few non-profit healthcare institutions in Singapore to provide affordable medical, nursing and rehabilitative care services for the community, based on the principles of loving kindness and compassion. Ren Ci plays an integral role in supporting the healthcare needs of the elderly through adopting holistic way of delivering person-centred care.

Besides giving hope to the frail elderly by helping overcome their disabilities and teaching their families to care for them at home, Ren Ci also partners various community groups and social enterprises to give dignity back to the elderly.

Today, Ren Ci operates a community hospital, a chronic sick unit, a day rehabilitation centre and two nursing homes with senior care centre co-located, to meet the growing needs of our ageing population.

Visit renci.org.sg for more information

Sian Chay was founded over a century ago in 1901. Since assuming Chairmanship of Sian Chay 2008, Mr Toh Soon Huat has transformed this century-old Sian Chay, with the support of the public and co-operation of the Directors, into a network of 15 branches serving 1000 patients daily and supported 4 Wellness Centre with over 10,000 residents participating in physical and mental wellness activities. Thus receiving the widespread acceptance and popularity with both the patients and benevolent individuals.

In the past three-and-a-half years (2014 – June 2017), Sian Chay has served over 730,000 patient visits and dispensed 1,560,000 dosages of prescription. It is forecasted that in next five years (2018-2022), Sian Chay is expected to serve 2.5 million patient visits and dispensed 4.8 million dosages of prescription. Every donation of $10 is able to help one patient from low income family to receive free TCM consultation and medication. This in turn helps one whole family to relieve from suffering and gain happiness, and foster a blissful family. Through this engagement, we hope more people will share with others Sian Chay Medical Institution as the TCM Charity Organisation. Thereby, joining Sian Chay in its charity work, repay to society, care for the public and build a harmonious society.

Visit sianchay.org.sg for more information

Since 1970, AWWA has continuously evolved - from our original mission of serving low-income families, to providing education, disability support and care for different segments of the community. Today. AWWA serves over 6,000 clients every year, with its mission to empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential, so that they can lead dignified and independent lives. AWWA’s mission is to

  • Empower children and youth with special needs through education and development
  • rovide for health and social needs of vulnerable seniors , to age gracefully and continue to stay integrated in the community
  • Support families in need
  • Provide care for caregivers of persons with disabilities and/or seniors
  • Advocate for an inclusive society

Visit awwa.org.sg for more information

Cheng Hong Welfare Service Society (CHWSS) is a non-profit organization established in 2004. The charity provides healthcare services to individuals in need through the establishment of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) clinics that provide bono TCM consultation and treatments. There are a total of 5 TCM clinics and, a Medical Centre, and a Mobile TCM clinic, providing the service to the needy.

Additionally, CHWSS has a “Afterlife Memorial Service” Programme which provides free funeral and free burial services to those who have no dependents and are from low-income backgrounds. The Charity also collaborates with Willing Hearts to establish the Cheng Hong Wellness Centre, which provides programmes and activities for the elderly.

CHWSS also offers a wide variety of activities and classes for the elderly, to impart the necessary knowledge on active aging, as well as empowering them with the necessary awareness to lead an active and healthy lifestyle.

CHWSS is registered with the Registrar of Societies, and is granted the Institution of Public Character (IPC) status by the Commissioner of Charities. CHWSS is also a member of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS).

Visit chenghongwelfare.org for more information

Singapore Thong Chai Medical Institution (STCMI) was established as a charitable TCM clinic in 1867 to provide free TCM consultation and medicines to all regardless of race, religion or nationality. Besides the treatment, the institution also spreads the virtue to respect the old and the elderly. Its success is possible due to the strong support of philanthropists from all walks of life, the contributions by the directors and the relentless efforts of every physician and employee. It is only through the generosity and support of our donors that the operations of the institution can continue continuously.

Thong Chai has set up two community-based branches at Ang Mo Kio and Sengkang by providing greater convenience for elderly patients seeking TCM services.

Visit stcmi.org.sg for more information

Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution (SCHMI) has been around for 65 years providing medical services at discounted rates or full waiver to needy patients.

The annual operating expense of Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution exceeds $8,000,000. Of which is heavily relying on donation from organisations.

SCHMI has to increase its reserve to help cope with the rising cost of medicine especially for patients suffering from chronic or serious illnesses like stroke and cancer. More financial assistance will be provided for them as medical treatments and medicines are costly. Despite of the increasingly financial burden, we continue to serve our community wholeheartedly and ensure all our patients receive the best medical treatment.

Visit chunghwamedicalinstitution.com for more information

National Council of Social Service has been around for 30 years and have been engaging the community to support people in need through fundraising and volunteering. They have supported about 80 social service organizations in Singapore which allows them to focus on caring for the disadvantaged. 100% funds from Tote Board Group – Tote Board, Singapore Pools and Singapore Turf Club, goes towards, Building strong and resilient families, Caring for vulnerable seniors, Empowering children with special needs and youth-at-risk, Integrating adults with disabilities into society and Supporting people with mental health issues.

Visit comchest.org.sg/comchest for more information