Welcome to AIN Society
Ain Society is a voluntary welfare organisation registered with the Registrar of Society on 10th October 2000 and affiliated to the National Council of Social Service.
It was founded in 2000 by 12 activists who resided in Woodlands, the northern part of Singapore, mainly to serve the residents in that area. As it grows, its target group has widened not only to the residents in the north, but also island wide.
It is now operating at Serenity Social Service Centre, Blk 2 Eunos Crescent #01-2545 Singapore 400002.
Your Contributions Make a Difference
Our beneficiaries are cancer patients of all races and religions. You can support the good cause by joining us as volunteers. You can also help us by making kind donations via cheque or funds transfer. We also accept online donations. Please Click Here to make an online donation. Thank you for your kind support.
Thank You to our Donors!
Ain Society has been extensively raising funds for the past 2 years for the setting up of Serenity Social Service Centre which will be catering to our Cancer Clients. The Society is honored to receive a benevolent donation of $70,000 from Woh Hup Trust as well as $150,000 from Nippon Paint in support of our efforts in setting up the Serenity Social Service Centre. Thank you too to our other donors no matter what the amount is, your contributions and support mean a lot to our beneficiaries!
Charity Dinner 2014
Our Charity Dinner 2014 which was held on 15 October at the Orchid Country Club has come to a successful conclusion.
The dinner attended by 360 guests was graced by Mr Tan Chuan-Jin, Minister for Manpower.
Highlights of program include performances by our own beneficiaries. Not only did we save on performance fees but we also managed to showcase the talents of our beneficiaries. All the performances from our Kolintang performers, the senior citizen group as well as our youth singers received standing ovation. As a charitable organisation that promotes inclusiveness, we graciously gave a slot of our time to D'Artistes which is a group of intellectually-challenged youths to perform.
Our dinner would not have been successful if not for the support from regular donors like NTUC FairPrice Foundation, Lee Foundation, Tote Board, Singapore Island Country Club, Far East Organization, MUIS, Loyang Tua Pek Kong, Woodlands CCMC, Woodlands Galaxy CCMC, PAP Community Foundation, Darul Aman Mosque and Herchin Marketing Pte Ltd.
We would also like to thank first time donor PricewaterCoopers, Inline Culture and Bengawan Solo for their kind support.
Special thanks go to the Flying Dutchman Pte Ltd, with the Flying Dutchman himself as our Master of ceremonies, for being our event management sponsor.
On behalf of all our beneficiaries, we thank all donors and sponsors (especially those who may not have been mentioned) for contributing to the success of our charity dinner.
President's Star Charity
SINGAPORE: This year's President's Star Charity (PSC) will be a joint collaboration between the beneficiaries of the President's Challenge 2014, and the MediaCorp celebrities and guest performers.
This is the first time that members of beneficiary organisations will share the stage with local celebrities and guest performers for at least half of the show.
Hosted by MediaCorp artistes Gurmit Singh and Joanne Peh, the show will open with the Ruan Xian Chamber Ensemble, a local Chinese orchestra, and the Kolintang performance troupe from Ain Society, a voluntary welfare organisation that helps disadvantaged youths and children with cancer.
Performers from the Ain Society, a volunteer welfare organisation perform at a media conference for the President's Star Charity 2014. (Photo: MediaCorp)
"I feel good and proud of myself and my friends. I am one of the cancer patients and I'm glad that I'm representing all the other patients at the President's Star Charity. I'm not that nervous because we've been practising for two months already," said 13-year-old Ain Society performer Ainasyara Anwar at a media conference for the charity show on Wednesday (Oct 15).
The troupe will collaborate with the 30-strong Ruan Xian Chinese Orchestra to perform a special rendition of Katy Perry's hit single Roar.