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Donations received will go to help students from low-income families.

There are 4 ways you can DONATE!



  3. GIRO




Donors can make payments by PAYNOW to the DYSLEXIA ASSOCIATION OF SINGAPORE.

Please scan the above QR Code or by entering DAS UEN NO.:  S91SS0096B

  1. Launch your mobile banking application
  2. Click on "Scan & Pay" and scan the above QR Code  OR  Click on "PAYNOW" and select UEN No.: and key in S91SS0096B
  3. Key in your Donation Amount
  4. Under UEN/Bill Reference number please enter  "DONATION <space> NRIC/FIN/UEN"  **
  5. Please confirm the donation amount and details under the UEN/Bill Reference No.
  6. Transfer NOW!  Donation is transferred - Thank you for your generosity!

Click here for a step by step guide to donating by PAYNOW.

**  All donors are required to provide their Singapore Tax Reference Number (eg NRIC/FIN/UEN where applicable to enjoy a tax deduction. All Eligible donations enjoy and 250% tax deduction. The donation will automatically be included in the donor's IRAS tax assessment and a receipt will be issued upon request. If you would like one, please email us at  and 



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Donations are welcomed by GIRO - please download the GIRO FORM here

Instructions on completing the GIRO are included on the form.



Cheque donations may be made out to "Dyslexia Association of Singapore" or "DAS".

Kindly include your full name and NRIC/FIN to facilitate a tax exemption.

Step 2 (Not applicable for online donation): Please mail all original donation / GIRO / credit card forms, duly signed, to:

Dyslexia Association of Singapore
1 Jurong West Central 2
#05-01 Jurong Point
Singapore 648886

Please indicate "Attention: Ms Surjati Soekraman" on the forms.

For any enquiries, please contact Surjati at or 6594 0310.

Watch our latest DONATE TO EDUCATE Video, featuring Mdm Bibi and Bilal.

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Read our latest Donor Newsletter - June 2021




Online Matching Campaign - April 2020


In 2020, the Dyslexia Association of Singapore’s (DAS) fundraising efforts were greatly affected by the pandemic and due to the safety measures imposed by the government, DAS could only rely on virtual fundraising platforms to reach the masses for donations and support.

It is heartening to see people coming together in these dark times to help those who are in need. DAS fundraising efforts were greatly affected by the pandemic and due to the safety measures imposed by the government, DAS could only rely on virtual fundraising platforms to reach the masses for donations and support.

From 14 Aug to 28 February, DAS ran an online campaign that had secured a Tote Board Matching Grant. 

Every dollar raised will be matched by Tote Board, capped at $250,000. 

DAS initially targeted to raise $50,000 but due to overwhelming support from our donors, we raised a total of $99,899 for low-income students with dyslexia. These funds will allow them to access DAS’ specialized intervention programmes that help them to unlock their full academic potential. 

On behalf of these students, we thank all donors who supported our campaign.



SingHealth Logo

SingHealth is the largest healthcare group in Singapore, offering a complete range of multi-disciplinary and integrated medical care through our network of 2 hospitals, 5 National Specialty Centres and 9 Polyclinics. It manages the Health Xchange portal 


Health Xchange portal is an interactive Health and Lifestyle Portal that aims to help to improve health information to the general public, at the same time providing an interactive forum platform for members to share their health concerns and tips. Visit the DYSLEXIA SUPPORT GROUP @ HEALTH XCHANGE



The NLB's mission is to provide a trusted, accessible and globally-connected library and information service through the National Library and a comprehensive network of Public Libraries.



UOB Business Banking

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The Barclays Reach Disability and Mental Health Network in Singapore is dedicated to bringing people together, creating an open and inclusive environment, and empowering individuals to reach their full potential. The Reach network engages with the community through various events, which includes raising funds such as their Annual Charity Quiz and Raffle. The 2017 event which took place in July was organised by Matt Oakley, Liz Bell, Jun Chua, Gerldine Sun and Doreen Fong, colleagues of the Reach network. It attracted over 120 participants forming 12 teams from across Barclays and other companies including Clifford Chance and Eversheds.  All proceeds raised, over SGD 23,000, inclusive of matched funding from Barclays, were donated to the Dyslexia Association of Singapore.



Care & Share is a national fund-raising and volunteerism movement led by Community Chest for the social service sector, in celebration of SG50 this year. It aims to bring our nation together to show care and concern for the needy and recognise the contributions made by social service organisations (SSOs). Eligible donations raised by Community Chest and participating SSOs from now till 31 Mar 2016 will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the government. The matched amount will go towards building the capabilities and capacities of the social service sector and supporting social services to meet rising needs.

Care & Share supports the English Exam Skills Programme, Maths Programme and the Chinese Programme. 
Click here to learn more about the English Exam Skills Programme.
Click here to learn more about the Maths Programme.
Click here to learn more about the Chinese Programme.


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Boasting a strong culture of inclusiveness, Keppel Club has been giving back to the community through many CSR events, one of which is the high-profile Keppel Charity Golf that raises funds for 10 local charities annually. Started in the 1970s, Keppel Charity Golf has built momentum and garnered support from members and corporations over the years, and has raised over $1 million each year for five consecutive years, since 2013.

Keppel Club is a supporter of Speech and Language Therapy.
Click here to learn more about Speech and Language Therapy.


marina bay sands

Marina Bay Sands is the leading business, leisure and entertainment destination in Asia. It features large and flexible convention and exhibition facilities, 2,560 hotel rooms and suites, the rooftop Sands SkyPark, the best shopping mall in Asia, world-class celebrity chef restaurants and an outdoor event plaza. Its two theatres showcase a range of leading entertainment performances including world-renowned Broadway shows. Completing the line-up of attractions is ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands, which plays host to permanent and marquee exhibitions.

Sands for Singapore, Marina Bay Sands’ corporate social responsibility programme, is committed to helping Singapore in meaningful ways. By using our unique resources as well as mobilising our active volunteerism, we aim to create a positive difference in the lives of Singaporeans. Our designated charities, including Art Outreach Singapore, Association for Persons with Special Needs (APSN), Association for the Deaf (SADeaf), AMKFSC Community Services, BT Budding Artists Fund, Dyslexia Association of Singapore and ST School Pocket Money Fund have benefitted from our continuous support and engagement. Besides working with our designated charities, we further support beneficiaries including those related to youth and education.

Marina Bay Sands is a supporter of the Maths Programme.
Click here to learn more about the Maths Programme.


 Orange Aid

OrangeAid is Income’s community development and involvement arm. We co-create and invest in social programmes run by our community partners. OrangeAid programmes build resilience, empower disadvantaged children and youths, impart life skills and enable their access to pre-vocational training.

Formally launched in 2010, OrangeAid underscores Income’s mission as a social enterprise to make insurance accessible to Singaporeans from all walks of life. OrangeAid funds come from 1% of Income’s annual insurance operating profits, donations from policyholders and the public.

Visit orangeaid for more information. Give to OrangeAid to help children overcome their learning difficulties!

Income OrangeAid supports the Preschool Programme. 
Click here to learn more about the Preschool Programme.


Onn Wah Tech Pte Ltd

Onn Wah Tech Pte Ltd (OWT) is a lead supplier for Ball-Attached Array (BGA) Precision Tooling, and handles the design of conversion kits for handlers, the design and building of test sockets for various types of automated test equipment.

Incorporated in 2008, OWT focuses on design proficiency, manufacturing efficiency, as well as constant R&D reviews to offer distinctive and innovative solutions to customers across Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, China and the Philippines. It aims to be the one-stop solution provider for both the assembly and test semiconductor industry.


singapore cruise centre

The Singapore Cruise Centre Pte Ltd was corporatised in 2003 and manages the award-winning cruise terminal and three ferry terminals in Singapore. Our experience in ferry and cruise terminal operation and management is well sought after by terminal elsewhere. This is in line with our vision to be the world’s leading cruise and ferry terminal operator and international partner of choice in overseas cruise and ferry terminal management and consultancy.

Singaore Cruise Centre is a supporter of the Speech and Drama Arts Programme.
Click here to learn more about the Speech and Drama Arts Programme.


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Established in 1988, Tote Board is a grant-making organisation that channels surpluses from its members — Singapore Pools and Singapore Turf Club — and casino entry levies to give hope to and improve lives in the community. The Board makes charitable donations to projects that meet public, social, or health objectives, as well as initiatives that promote culture, art and sport in Singapore. Every project is evaluated based on its own merits, with the aim of ensuring that each generates positive outcomes for society. For more information, please visit

The Tote Board have supported the opening of DAS Serangoon Learning Centre.