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When disaster hits a nation, it is easy to look at the people affected as victims: desolate, destitute, and defeated. Here at Mercy Relief, we see things differently. We see people coming together to help one another, to grow, to fight back and protect their way of life. We witness their indomitable human spirit, and are committed to supporting it.

As a young and independent charitable organisation that is predominantly dependent on the goodwill from the public and private sector, we hope that you will join us to support the humanitarian cause and our local activities and operations.

At the end of it all, what we do, what you contribute to, is to make the world work for a hundred percent of humanity.

As an Institution of Public Character (IPC), your donations to our General Fund will enjoy 3 times tax deduction*.

We accept donations by cash, cheque, ATM tranfer, internet banking, Credit/Debit cards and Tele-Mercy lines.

*3 times tax deduction for donations made during period from 1 Jan 2015 to 31 Dec 2015
*2.5 times tax deduction for donations made during period from 1 Jan 2016 to 31 Dec 2018


1. General Fund

With sustainable source of income for the Mercy Relief's local operational expenses, there is certainly more room for the re-deployment of MR's limited resources into the actual design and implementation of aid programmes that would benefit our regional communities and at the same time promote the Singapore spirit of compassion, care and volunteerism, focusing on essential values for character and social developments. Donations to our General Fund will enjoy 3 times tax deduction this year.

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2. South India Floods Relief 2015

The death toll for the devastating South India Floods 2015 has exceeded 300 as of 4 December 2015. An estimated 3 million people are lacking basic survival items like food, water and sanitation. More than 50,000 are seeking shelter in evacuation centres. Help us provide immediate relief to these affected communities where food, water, medicine and basic essential items are lacking.

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3. General Relief Fund

This fund is for future emergency responses. It will allow the organization to have access to ready funds and stockpile of relief items such that it may execute ready response, versus the mode of having to wait for fresh pledge or donations before the organization could respond.

Efficiency is crucial in the delivery of humanitarian relief as this often translates to saving more lives, jobs, homes and critical infrastructure such as schools, health facilities and roads.

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Last updated on 08 Dec 2015