Here’s how to donate your SRV voucher to those in need

If you are still holding on to your SingapoRediscovers Voucher and scratching your head at where to use them, here’s an idea that is sure to feel twice as good as any staycation. After all, it’s always a good time to do some good. Donating your SRV is easy, and depending on the charity you choose, you can donate a portion of your SingapoRediscovers Voucher if you would still like to use some on yourself.

The beach at Lazurus Island

While this list is not exhaustive, here are some ways you can use those vouchers to good use. Who doesn’t love a beach holiday, and while Sentosa is everyone’s go-to, why not donate your S$100 SRV voucher to gift the beneficiaries of Chen Su Lan Methodist Children’s Home for a one-day tour around the Southern Islands of Singapore. The tour would include a visit to St John’s Island, Lazarus Island, and Kusu Island. All you have to do is to purchase the tickets here.

The tickets will be automatically sent to Atlas Travelz, who will work with Chen Su Lan Methodist Children’s Home to arrange the tour.

Rollercoaster at Universal Studios Singapore

USS is a theme park is where endless fun abound. With your SingapoRediscovers voucher, you can sponsor a ticket to allow the beneficiaries from Filos Community Services to visit Universal Studios Singapore.

Filos Community Services is a non-profit social service organization that focuses on building the strengths of the community by empowering individuals and families to live more fulfilling, meaningful, and happier lives. A ticket to USS costs S$48 for youths and S$66 for adults. Again, it’s a pretty easy process. All you have to do is purchase the tickets here, and the charity will take care of the rest.

Who says science isn’t fun? By donating S$45 from your SingapoRediscovers voucher, you’ll be able to gift a pair of Science Centre tickets for one adult and one child. Not to mention, a science kit is also included in this bundle. How neat is that?

This is an initiative by NVPC’s Company of Good to provide the opportunity for children from low-income families to enhance their learning outside the school. All you have to do purchase the tickets here and Science Centre will work with the Company of Good with the details.

If you would like to see where else you can help, you can check out the other participating charities here. It would surely make someone very happy.

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