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How to Pay It Forward by Donating Your SingapoRediscover Vouchers

by Voices Wellness 25 Mar 2021
Photo: Resorts World Sentosa

Don’t fancy staycations and local tours? Consider donating your SingapoRediscover Vouchers for a better cause. By SAMANTHA FRANCIS

It’s been four months since Singaporeans aged 18 and above have been issued the SingapoRediscover Vouchers, which can be used on attractions, hotels, and tours in order to boost local tourism. But if playing tourist and splashing out on a staycation isn’t up your alley, here’s a better idea—donating your vouchers to a non-profit organization of your choice under charity initiatives by Klook Cares,, and GlobalTix. After all, these vouchers expire on June 30, 2021 so you might as well make the most of them.

Here are some initiatives to consider:

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ItsRainingRaincoat: Donate Singapore Flyer tickets to migrant workers

ItsRainingRaincoat is a non-profit social enterprise which aims to improve the lives of migrant workers here in Singapore and help them integrate into the local community. Donate your S$100 SingapoRediscover Vouchers and top up S$5 to allow three migrant workers the chance to enjoy Singapore’s skyline on the Singapore Flyer. Admission tickets cost S$35 per pax.

Donate here.

Collaborate for Good: Donate Science Centre Tickets for Children from the Underserved Community 

As initiative under NVPC’s Company of Good, Collaborate for Good is a platform where organisations combine their expertise and resources to create an impact and do good in their own communities. To donate, purchase a pair of one adult and one child tickets to the Singapore Science Centre, which comes with an Educational Science Kit, worth $45 in total. Upon purchase, the tickets will be automatically sent to the Science Centre, which will arrange a visit for the beneficiaries.

Donate here.

Photo: Resorts World Sentosa

Boys’ Town: Donate Universal Studios Singapore tickets to children and youth

Founded in 1948, the charity serves both boys and girls, from infants to young adults, with a focus on children and youths who come from disadvantaged families or who have faced hardship from abandonment or difficult home situations. Donate by purchasing Universal Studios Singapore tickets, which cost S$48 for youths and S$66 for adults.

Donate here. 

Fei Yue Community Services: Donate iFly Experience to beneficiaries

The non-profit welfare organisation helps low-income families, youths-at-risk, seniors, as well as other vulnerable groups. To donate, purchase an iFly ticket priced at S$50 to allow beneficiaries to enjoy one sky dive during one-peak timings.

Donate here.

Wildlife Reserves Singapore

Life Community Services Society: Donate Singapore Zoo & River Safari tickets to low-income families 

As a non-profit organisation, Life Community Services Society serves children, youths, and families from both low-income and dysfunctional backgrounds. The public can donate S$40 for an admission ticket to both Singapore Zoo and River Safari, which will go to the beneficiaries.

Donate here.

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