Kindling The Spirit of Giving Back with ItsRainingRaincoats Christmas Campaign

Migrant workers in Singapore ( Photo by Josue Isai Ramos Figueroa on Unsplash)
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The season of giving and joy is all around.  If you’re looking for a cause to support or want to make a contribution towards others, join ItsRainingRaincoats Christmas Campaign 2020 
ItsRainingRaincoats Christmas Campaign is back for its third season ! 
Join ItsRainingRaincoats as they ring in the yuletide season for the migrant worker community in Singapore.   Here are few ways you can help kindle the spirit of giving back where it is most needed.

ItsRainingRaincoats Christmas Campaign  

ItsRainingRaincoats Christmas edition is back for its third year. Every year, Singaporeans have helped us get closer to our goal of reaching out to each of the 750,000 migrant workers no the island with a small token of appreciation during he festive season. This year, given the challenges the migrant worker community has faced, there is an even bigger impetus to make it special for them !
 
The Campaign period : November 24th – December 30th 2020 
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Its Raining Raincoats Christmas Campaign (credit : Its Raining Raincoats)

Gift Ideas

** All gifts must be NEW and GIFT WRAPPED
 
** If you plan on giving anything outside this list, please clear with ItsRainingRaincoats as the workers have limited space and they prefer to give workers items they will like and use. 

4 Ways you can participate in this Campaign  

ItsRainingRaincoats Christmas edition is back for its third year. Every year, Singaporeans have helped us get closer to our goal of reaching out to each of the 750,000 migrant workers no the island with a small token of appreciation during he festive season. This year, given the challenges the migrant worker community has faced, there is an even bigger impetus to make it special for them !
 
The Campaign period : November 24th – December 30th 2020 

1. Drop off gift wrapped presents   

You can drop off gift wrapped presents at any of ItsRainingRaincoats designated drop-off points. These will then be collated and sent to migrant workers at their worksites and dormitories. 

2. Christmas Treats &  Care Packs  

You may also consider sponsoring meals, sweets or chocolates, or care packs for our migrant worker brothers as a festive treat. Or pre-arrange some treats to be sent over by IRR to sites and dorms we identify over the course of the festive months.  
 
Get together with your family, friends, and colleagues and let IRR  know how many workers you may wish to treat. IRR  have workers identified in groups sizes of 10 persons to 500 persons. Once you let them know how many workers, IRR will identify a group and connect you with them. 
 
The Christmas Treats and Care Packs drive will run from Nov 24 to Dec 30, 2020. 
 
Please contact one of the below numbers for making arrangements : 
Kriti@ 8230 1958 
Vidhya @ 9829 7282
 

Pre-Arranged Treats : 

You can  pre-order PIZZAS from ALT pizza that IRR will then route to groups of worker in their dorms or at their workplaces. 

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You can pre-order SAMOSAS place an order directly with the vendor who is supplying to IRR, which IRR will then route to groups of worker in their dorms or at their workplaces.

Contact our volunteer Kriti @ 8230 1958 to arrange.

3. Be A Christmas Santa  

While IRR cannot arrange distributions like the previous years for all of us to interact with the workers, you can help drive over the gifts to the workers. You can help drive over the gifts from our drop-off points to designated sites or help us freely distribute to road workers, tree pruners, cleaners, etc.
 
Please enter your information here, IRR team will call you in due course : 
https://forms.gle/dRMxPfJGAkKq9YxQ7  

4. Donate to Ray of Hope   

you may also choose to donate to the Ray of Hope campaign.
 
The funds are used to purchase essential items like meals, groceries, and utility purchases (hair trimmers, cookers, phones, data topups, etc) for migrant workers as identified by ItsRainingRaincoats. 
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