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Begin with Love

Start the year right and cater with us on 1st January! Support this good cause as all catering proceeds on 1st January will be donated to selected charity organisations. 2020 will mark the 5th year of Begin with Love, where we donate our catering proceeds from the first day of the year. All 10 catering brands of Neo Group will be participating this year, so you will be spoilt for choices with various cuisines for every occasion. Simply head over to their websites to place your order and join us in doing good together!

3 simple steps

  • Celebrate
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    Celebrate with us

    There’s no better way to kick-start a brand new year than to spread the love and celebrate with us on 1st January 2020 as all of our catering proceeds on this special day will be contributed to charity organisations.

  • Order
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    Order for 1 Jan

    Be it a mini buffet for a cosy gathering among friends or a full-fledged regular buffet with your extended family, we’ve got the right menus for all occasions. Simply visit our websites to place your order for 1st January.

  • Donate
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    Donate to charity

    There is always room for us to do more when it comes to charity. Started on 1 January 2016, 2020 will mark the 5th year of Begin with Love, where we donate all catering proceeds on 1 January to various beneficiaries!

Our beneficiaries' stories

  • AWWA
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    A very shy 11-year-old Jolynn was diagnosed with intellectual disability and required physical assistance in feeding, toileting and even in taking out her shoes and socks when she first joined AWWA Special Student Care Centre (SSCC). Her teachers faced the challenge of engaging her during class – she kept mostly to herself and didn’t want to socialise with her friends, always choosing to sit on her own and flipping through story books.

    With the constant support from her teachers, Jolynn has made leaps of improvement over the time she has been in AWWA SSCC. AWWA SSCC is an after-school care empowering students like Jolynn to live independently – training them to carry out activities of daily living (ADL) and equipping them with social skills so that they are able to participate in social settings – at home, in school and in the community. While their children are cared for after school, caregivers of children with special needs are able to stay in the workforce to support the family.

    Jolynn has grown into a cheery, sociable and independent young girl. She greets her classmates, teachers and volunteers with her signature smile! She is constantly laughing and loves to be with her friends. She is also now able to eat independently and also remove her own shoes and socks. Her teachers at AWWA SSCC are very proud of her.

  • Cheng Hong Welfare Service Society
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    A few months back, Mr Wong approached Cheng Hong Welfare Service Society (CHWSS), in the hope that they would settle his last rites when he passes on.

    Mr Wong contracted a rare form of cancer known as “Malignant Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumor” (medically known to affect only 0.001% of the general population). To make things worse, he also faced financial and family issues. After being enrolled as their Afterlife Memorial Service (AMS) member, he shared that he is grateful that CHWSS will be there for him during his final journey and hopes that he will be able to give something back in his next life. Mr Wong shared a story he titled “6,000 Days of Filial Piety”. As the eldest son, he was given the unspoken responsibility to protect the family and businesses. When the business prospered during its hey days, it inculcated greed within the family members. The relationship between the family members became strained, and he became penniless after a series of lawsuits.

    However, this has never deterred him from trying to repair the relationship between them. For the past 19 years (6,000 days), he had been trying to reach out to the family and was heartbroken to hear that he was not allowed to speak to his beloved mother before he underwent a life-threatening surgery. 

    Despite all of these, Mr Wong took the time to write a letter in the hope that we will be able to share his story to the world and inspire people who are going through hardships in life. This inspires us to write this post to share with everyone that while our aim is to help the vulnerable communities, often than not we get inspired and motivated by our beneficiaries.

  • Ren Ci Hospital
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    Mdm Lim Mui's husband, Mr Yong is a long term resident at Ren Ci @ Bukit Batok St. 52. She travels daily from her home in Bukit Batok Street 31 to visit her husband, to ccompany him and make him feel comfortable. 

    As there is no direct bus from her home to the nursing home, Mdm Lim walks at least two kilometres, bringing her home-brewed soup to share with her husband despite having walking difficulties herself. With financial help, she was able to get a pair of hearing aids for her hearing issues. 

    Ren Ci is committed to partner Mdm Lim to care for Mr Yong for as long as they require assistance. Your kind donations will enable Mdm Lim to spend fruitful time with her husband at Ren Ci’s home without the need to worry about financial challenges. 

Past Beneficiaries

  • Ren Ci Hospital
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    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.

  • Cheng Hong Welfare Service Society
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    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.

  • AWWA
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    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.

  • Halogen Foundation
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    image Halogen Foundation

    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.

  • Sian Chay Medical Institution
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    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.

  • Singapore Thong Chai Medical Institution
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    image Singapore Thong Chai Medical Institution

    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.

  • Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution
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    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.

  • National Council of Social Service
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    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.

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