‘Little Giving Artists’, the community project by Skool4Kidz Preschoolers to pay forward in support of AWWA, is calling our parents and the public to join our little ones in their fund raising effort to benefit AWWA EIC (Early Intervention Centre)*
In this community outreach initiative, the Kindergarten 1 and 2 children from our In-Centre Art Enrichment Programme showcase their creativity through hand-painted art pieces. They donate these for a charity online art gallery via a fund-raising auction to help below-means preschoolers through AWWA EIC.
Through guidance, patience and support from the specialist Art Enrichment teachers from Crestar Learning Centre, our children are inspired to create acrylic art pieces with a focus on the theme of ‘Technology and I’. Showcased in Skool4Kidz’s digital art gallery as part of the Skool4Kidz Care Fund initiative, this outreach inculcates values of compassion and selflessness in our children.
The full amount of donation from each art piece supports children with moderate to severe disabilities in their learning journey. The donation collected through Giving.SG using the channel of Skool4Kidz Preschoolers Art Canvas Auction titled ‘Little Giving Artists’. Each dollar raised from the donation will be matched by Skool4Kidz Care Fund dollar-for-dollar in support of this meaningful campaign by our preschoolers.
Thank you for the kind support, this community outreach initiative has ended.
Mode of artwork collection will be at the respective preschools after 16 November 2021. You will receive more details on the collection via email.
Your act of solidarity and support affirm Skool4Kidz Preschool Little giving Artists’ effort and mean the world to the children of AWWA EIC.
Let’s All Care Together,
Skool4Kidz Care Fund
* AWWA EIC provides Intervention for children aged 0-6 years with moderate to severe disabilities in specialised or integrated settings. They offer developmental and therapy services that are tailored for pre-schoolers with developmental problems – from physical, intellectual, and learning disabilities to autism spectrum disorders. In addition, their services may include therapy and counselling services, behaviour management by trained psychologists, and the use of assistive technologies. AWWA’s aim is to help their children overcome their problems or at least prevent and/or delay deterioration.
*AWWA EIC is the beneficiary of this fundraising and 100% gross donations will be donated to AWWA EIC to support children and families with developmental needs. Donations are eligible for 250% personal income tax deduction.