13th SCCCE Art Festival cum President Challenge Charity Gala Dinner


Our theme this year – Courage – Empowered to make a difference.

Courage helps to brace through the challenges.  Courage is required to lend a helping hand to others when they are in need. 

‘Singapore Aging and special needs population resulted in demand for the caregivers. Caregivers require courage to face all the challenges, The “Caring for Caregivers” signify by writing the Chinese Character “Courage”

With the economy now re-opened, we see growth rebounding as activity and mobility recover.  Global financial conditions have improved as inflation pressures started to abate.  The SCCCE Art Festival and President’s Challenge Dinner is our appreciation night for all our contributors. Artworks and cultural performances will be featured during the dinner. Once again, we are pleased to have President Madam Halimah Yacob as our Guest-of-Honour where she will write the Chinese Character Courage

You may also participate in a record-breaking event which was awarded to SCCCE in the Singapore Book of Records for its mass participation since 2013. By writing the Chinese Character(勇), participants partake in making the largest virtual Chinese Calligraphy collage 勇往直前.(Download attached form)

Please submit the Chinese Character (勇) from now until 31 Aug 2023 by fitting into a size of 15cm x 15cm or download our file attached. Please email the Calligraphy character (勇) to: sccce.goldencompass.edu.sg

Minimum donation of S$5 is appreciated, donation of S$100 and more is entitled to 2.5 times of tax exemption of the donation amount.

PAYNOW to UEN: 201012407H, Reference: SCCCEPC23 FULL NAME CONTACT No.



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Donations are welcome and they are opened to all participants, your friends and family members. All contributions are directed to the President’s Challenge Charity 2022 and its beneficiary’s groups.

Here are some examples of how your contribution can impact the lives of many:

  • $20 goes a long way in covering books and school fees for disadvantaged children and helps them stay in school.
  • $50 helps subsidize the medical costs for the less fortunate such as their doctor visits and medication.
  • $100 covers the cost of skills training so those with intellectual disabilities can be less dependent and live better lives.
  • $200 provide dementia care to those with dementia.

Sponsorship options include monetary contribution from corporate and individual, personal donation or gift-in-kind. Contributions over $100 will be eligible for tax deduction. To recognize your generosity, SCCCE platform will offer you a Corporate/Personal Tax Exemption worth 250% of your kind donations.

For donations, please PAYNOW to UEN: 201012407H, Reference: PCSCCCE22 FULL NAME CONTACT No..