Give a new lease of life to your unwanted goods and brighten up someone else’s day. Donating your pre-loved stuff is a great way to make a difference in the lives of the less privileged, while reducing the strain on the environment and even on your purse strings through clothing swaps. Our guide lists 14 places where you can donate your gently used clothes, shoes, books and even household appliances and furniture.
Food is one of the basic requirements of sustaining life. Then, isn’t it a tragedy that some have none and others have surplus that they think nothing of before wasting? Organisations like Food Bank Singapore work towards getting your surplus to those who need it. And this festive season, let’s think beyond just our surplus and help the less fortunate by gifting essentials like groceries. So pick a cause that resonates with you and give the gift of food.
Did you know that diets and climate change are very closely related? A Vegan diet is a surefire way to do your bit when it comes to climate change. EatRoamLive shows you the facts and how you can help. In fact, eating meat is more detrimental in terms of emissions that all the vehicles in the world put together!
Visit EarthFest, Singapore for a fun day that will teach you all you need to know about leading a sustainable life with resources that will help you transform. Meet EatRoamLive as it sets up a station to talk about eliminating food wastage by introducing you to project Takeaway.
Make Christmas a little nicer by sharing your good fortune with those less furtunate. We show you where you can donate this Christmas in Singapore. Make the most of what you can offer – money, help or pre-loved articles – and make it a Christmas to remember for someone.
A list of animal charities and animal welfare organisations in Singapore, that advocate animal rights and work towards protection, education, fostering and adoption of animals. Volunteer with one of these organisations today and support a good cause.
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Sauté is a bistro in Singapore, that specialises in earth-based cuisines. Sauté strongly encourages reducing food wastage and hence is proud to support Project Takeaway – a campaign that focuses on reducing food wastage at a personal level by saving leftovers, specifically in restaurants. The owners and management of Sauté take several steps to ensure minimal food wastage in their day to day business. SomeRead Now
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