This year, join us for an evening of fun along with an outdoor movie screening!
RIDE FOR RAINBOW 2017 COMMEMORATES CLUB RAINBOW'S 25TH ANNIVERSARY
Ride for Rainbows is a flagship night cycling fundraising event organised by Club Rainbow (Singapore) since 2012. This event aims to raise public awareness as well as funds to support children who suffer from a range of major chronic and potentially life-threatening illnesses and their families.
The event challenges the resilience and tenacity of riders to complete a gruelling ride around the island, which exemplifies the same qualities we hope to inculcate in our Rainbow children in their journey towards an enriching life.
This year, Club Rainbow (Singapore) celebrates 25 years of providing compassionate relevant services for children with chronic illnesses and their families. To commemorate this milestone, we have also created a 25km fun ride.
Riders may choose to participate in the Century Challenger (100km), Half Century Challenger (50km) or Fun Rider (25km) category. To qualify, riders would need to raise the minimum donation amount in their respective categories.
Help our Rainbow children by participating in Ride for Rainbows 2017! Your participation and donations will go a long way towards inspiring hope and making a difference in the lives of our Rainbow children and their families.
Sign up here at www.rideforrainbows.org . Registration will close on 1st April 2017.
We ride so others can see their rainbows.
Championing the freedom to express and create in an inclusive arts community, the inaugural edition of Dreamseeds Arts Fest in 2016 brought together beneficiaries and family members, creative practitioners and professionals, and members of the public in a week-long explosive arts showcase!
Care Connection is a programme series newly initiated by Club Rainbow (Singapore) to empower our caregivers and families. Join us at our first medical seminar "Managing Rare Genetic Disorders"! This seminar is open to all caregivers and families, and members of public.
With overwhelming response from the event in 2014, Nautica Fantasia is back again this year! There were more sharing, interactions and bonding amongst family members and between families. Check out what other inspirational workshops and entertaining activities which the families thoroughly enjoyed in the 4-day, 3-night cruise for Club Rainbow Family Retreat 2015!
A record number of more than 200 participants, including our Rainbow beneficiaries, volunteers, medical team and staff all came together to create 3 extraordinary days where everyone were left with laughter and tears, shared memories and long-lasting friendship. Relive the magical moments of Camp Rainbow 2015!
The event was held in the serenity of Jurong Bird Park, which is a first for the party and also the first visit to the park for several families. The excitement and novelty were evident, as the event saw an overwhelming turnout of more than 600 participants. The main highlight of the event, Amazing Race provided excellent opportunities for bonding within and between families through fun challenges and relay games. Participants also had first-hand experience of learning about various bird species in a relaxing environment.
December is the festive time of the year that most children look forward to as gifts are received and exchanged. More than 100 beneficiaries and their siblings were given the opportunity to bask in the festive mood as well, courtesy of the kind support from various organisations, namely NuSkin, Rio Tinto, Elitez, Toys ‘R’ Us, Singapore Kindness Movement and individuals who volunteered their time and efforts.
“AHOY!” was probably the word on the minds of many, as 73 families were greeted by Asia’s largest cruise ship, Mariner of the Seas as they embarked on a relaxing 4-day, 3-night retreat on board Royal Caribbean Cruise to Port Klang. It was the first for many on board the cruise, especially the children who were fascinated by the variety of activities provided on board the ship, ranging from dining, shopping and entertainment, one key feature being the Dreamworks Experience parade.
More than 180 beneficiaries, their siblings and parents and/or caregivers attended the event at Jurong Country Club. Parents and caregivers were engaged in a separate, dedicated workshop conducted by a trainer from Rainbow Centre which focused on connecting through communications and care, and promoting quality interactions using ‘Mindfulness’. The participants shared how they respond in different scenarios with their children or youth, and were given tips on how to better deal with such day-to-day communication with children with special needs.
Asian Civilisations Museum provided a heart-warming and cosy backdrop for the award ceremony, where a total of 30 beneficiaries received their grant award and certificate. 16 performers took the stage and swept the audience away with their dance and music recitals ranging from piano, guitar and even the Chinese string instrument, Liu Qin. For the other recipients who were aspiring athletes and artists, including a music producer, horse-riders, hand-cyclist and photographer, their talents were featured prominently in a video which was produced before the ceremony.
Singapore Brain Development Centre (SBDC) is a premier provider of holistic training programmes for full cognitive development of the brain. They offer the latest scientific brain-training programmes to enhance cognitive skills to make learning easier and faster.\
Superheroes Assemble! This was the theme that was aptly chosen for this year’s camp, riding the trend of superheroes movies. More importantly, the theme served as a reminder to all beneficiaries that they too can have superhero qualities and inspire others.
The theme for this year’s party was “Sports Playtime”, and it was indeed a fun-filled day of sporty fun for the more than 400 participants at Woodlands Stadium. The early morning shower did not dampen the mood of the beneficiaries, families and volunteers, as they pitted their wits and brawn earnestly in a series of sport telematches. The spirit of sportsmanship and camaraderie were beautifully displayed as families and friends helped each other to complete the challenges.
It is that festive time of the year again in December when presents are exchanged, and CRS beneficiaries with their siblings had a chance to dine with new friends and volunteers. Kris Kringle 2013 took place in three different venues – The Forum, The Paragon Shopping Mall and City Square Mall – with a total attendance of 83 children.