Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped
Donation Tickets Draw 2022 Results
Drawn on Friday, 25 March 2022 at SAVH, 47 Toa Payoh Rise, Singapore 298104
1st Prize ($9,000 Cash): 8070736
2nd Prize ($6,000 Cash) : 8053062
3rd Prize ($3,000 Cash) : 8003597
5 Consolation Prizes : $100 Cash Each
8003526 8032207 8072470 8045213 8067495
Winning tickets must be presented to claim prizes. Prizes not claimed by Thursday, 30 Jun 2022 will be donated to SAVH.
SAVH would like to thank all donors and volunteers for their support.
2022 marks another New Year for the Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped (SAVH) as we reflect upon our Association’s humble beginnings and challenging journey, how far we have progressed and what holds for the future of our visually handicapped community in the amidst of the current seem-never-ending Covid19 pandemic.
All of us are facing different degrees of arduous challenges during the pandemic, be it work-related, family-related, personal well-being or mental health. More so for the visually impaired and many have suffered enormous losses of income, uncertainty of daily life and routines etc.
We would like to share our accomplishments with those who have journeyed with us along the way as well as to cultivate new patronage and supporters to jointly raise funds which will enable us to improve and expand our existing programmes and services and initiate new ones to cater to the needs of an increasing community of visual impaired including an increasing number of aged visually handicapped as the population ages.
SAVH is holding a Blind Community Day hybrid event. The aim of staging the event is to raise awareness of the visually impaired as well as raise funds for SAVH’s operations and services.
The details of the event are as follows:
Date: Friday, 25 March 2022, 7pm
Venue: SAVH at 47 Toa Payoh Rise Singapore 298104 (for invited guests only)
Guest of Honour: Mr Eric Chua, Parliamentary Secretary of Ministry of Social and Family Development and Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth
Special guest: The eminent social figure Professor Tommy Koh, Ambassador-at-Large, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and SAVH long-time patron
Facebook Live at I Love SAVH
Donation link (Giving.sg): Giving.sg
We invite you to participate in our journey in making a difference to the Visually Handicapped community by supporting the event with your virtual attendance and generous donations. All donations will be entitled to 2.5 times tax deduction. A copy of our reply form is here for your kind support. please complete the Reply Form and email it to email@example.com.
Should you have queries, please do not hesitate to contact Mr Kan Teck San at 6251 4331 x 103 or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
日期: 2022 年3月25日，星期五
地点：协会会址47 Toa Payoh Rise Singapore 298104
线上Facebook Live I Love SAVH
主宾: 蔡瑞隆先生, 社会及家庭发展部兼文化,社区及青年部政务次长
特别嘉宾: 许通美教授, 新加坡外交部巡回大使
所有捐款将享有2.5倍的税收减免。随附回复表, 填妥后，电邮至 email@example.com. 。
我们也很乐意您能参与我们3月25日Facebook Live 的线上晚会。如果您有任何疑问，请随时联系甘迪生，电话号码 6251 4331 X 103 或 电邮 firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAVH honours Louis Braille; 4 Jan, the birth anniversary of Braille inventor, Louis Braille. On this day he is remembered for all the contributions he made in helping blind people to read and write.
World Braille Day, is observed to raise awareness of the importance of Braille as a means of communication in the full realization of the human rights for blind and partially sighted people. Braille is a tactile representation of alphabetic and numerical symbols using six dots to represent each letter and number, and even musical, mathematical and scientific symbols. Braille (named after its inventor in 19th century France, Louis Braille) is used by blind and partially sighted people to read the same books and periodicals as those printed in a visual font.
At SAVH’s Braille Production Centre, reading materials in English are converted into Braille for clients of SAVH as well as other agencies keen to provide information for the Blind. Our main services include Braille Lessons, Transcription of print materials into Braille, Production of Tactile Diagrams and Braille Signages, Emboss Braille on print name cards, Braille Audit Service and others.
In our pursuit to join the world to celebrate World Braille Day 2022, our Rehabilitation Sub Committee desires to advocate Braille education. Please view our educational Braille video Here.
Please join us to celebrate by donating generously to SAVH to run all our SAVH programmes which include Braille Production costs and also complimentary Basic Braille to the Blind community. You could donate to our virtual campaign through our giving.sg campaign or QR code attached above. When donating using QR code, please enter your First Name and NRIC in the “UEN/Bill Reference No.” field to qualify for 250% tax deduction.
Hi, we are having our Donation Draw fundraising event from 20 December 2021 until 28 February 2022. On top of the current and ever-present challenges of fundraising, we are also restricted to sell our Donation Draw tickets only through Singapore Pools outlets and personal contacts as compared to selling on the streets. Hence, your support would be greatly appreciated. Please support us and buy your donation draw tickets from your nearest Singapore Pools outlet. Special thanks to Singapore Pools for their support! Thank you!
Hi everyone, we are pleased to announce we have resumed operations for:
Assistive Devices Centre (ADC) – We are open Monday through Friday only, from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm. Please call 62514332 or email email@example.com to make an appointment before coming, thanks.
Mobile Massage Team (MMT) – We have resumed outdoor massage services since 23rd November and indoor massage services since 29th November.
Indoor massage services are open Monday to Saturday only, from 9 am to 5 pm. Please call 62514334 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment, thanks.
Dining In The Dark (DITD) – We are open for business once again. By appointment only. Please call 62514333 or email email@example.com for more details, thanks.
Please spread the word that we are back in action!
Macular diseases worsen your vision and is the leading cause of blindness in Singapore. Therefore, early detection is important. Find out more about macular diseases at AMD Week, an annual organised by Yishun Health in Singapore. This year, AMD Week will be held from 9 October – 16 October 2021, with an exciting line up of activities including the virtual launch of AMD Week, public education talks, Yishun Health Community Ophthalmology Medal, eye screenings for age-related eye diseases, and other fun activities. For more details, please click For more information, please visit: https://www.ktph.com.sg/event/Pages/Events_Details.aspx…
Hi everyone, SNEC is organising a competition to promote awareness of assistive technology for the visually impaired. For the benefit of visually impaired readers, below is the text of the poster, including the link through which to submit your entries:
ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2021
16 – 23 OCT 2021
Organised by: SNEC
“Did you know that Digital Technology can help the Visually Impaired?”
Smartphones | Artificial Intelligence | Touch Screen Devices | Speech Recognition Software Word-Processors | Text-to-Speech E-readers, etc
“Digital Technology can be Used to Improve the Life of a Visually Impaired Person.”
• Record and produce a short original video of up to 5 minutes depicting the above theme.
• The video need not be professionally produced.
• Videos will be judged on Relevance, Creativity, Message, Motivation Overall Impact
• The winning video will also be shown during the opening ceremony of Assistive Technology Week on 16 Oct 2021
• Attractive prizes to be won
• Deadline for submission: 11 Oct 2021
• Duration: Up to 5 minutes
• Format: MPEG 4 / You may use your mobile phone to record edit and submit your video.
• Submit your video here and send us an email with your
name, contact number and the title of your video after your submission so that we can notify you if your entry is selected. Please send your email to firstname.lastname@example.org
In our bid to explore how our programmes could be accessible for persons with visual impairments, we have an upcoming programme to try our accessible slides as well as a trainer who is willing to try out what it means to conduct a programme for persons with VI in the audience.
Date: 3 Feb 2021, Wednesday
Venue: Bishan Public Library, Programme Zone, Level 2
Programme title: [Get Professional] EQ at Work
In the World Economic Forum’s 2018 report on the ‘Future of Jobs’, Emotional Intelligence (EQ) was identified as a key skill required for the future world of work.
This workshop will help you gain an understanding of EQ, how it applies to the workplace, and enable you to pick up strategies to enhance your own Emotional Intelligence. You will be introduced to the four EQ skills and each of the 12 EQ competencies, with real-life business examples, and have the opportunity to develop your own EQ action plan.
This programme is suitable for persons with visual impairments and provides accessible PowerPoint slides. For persons with visual impairments, please email email@example.com to register and to obtain the slides.
About the trainer
Andrew Parker is the founder of Wasabi Consulting, with over 25 years of experience working with multi-national companies in Asia, Europe and Australia. He has led global projects, managed large customer accounts and sales teams, and delivered global training programs. In the course of his work, he has managed and coached others in having difficult discussions. He holds an MBA and BA degrees and is a certified Cultural Intelligence (CQ) trainer and executive coach.