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How to Donate Your SingapoRediscovers Voucher to Help the Underprivileged

How to Donate Your SingapoRediscovers Voucher to Help the Underprivileged

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Back in December 2020, Singapore’s government issued $100 tourism voucher called SingapoRediscovers Voucher (SRV) to every Singaporeans aged 18 and above.

The SRV can be redeemed at attractions, hotels and tours. The voucher can only be used by the person who received it; it can’t be transferred to another person.

So, what if you’re not keen to use the voucher at all, does it mean you’re stuck with it? No! Actually, you can donate it to the underprivileged! Here’s how.

1. Donate Singapore Flyer tickets for Migrant Workers

Singapore Flyer
Singapore Flyer (Image: Gem Lyn)

The admission ticket for Singapore Flyer is SGD 35 per pax. By donating your SGD 100 SingapoRediscovers Voucher and topping up SGD 5, you can provide 3 migrant workers the chance to see Singapore’s skyline that they have helped built over the past couple of decades.

This is an initiative by ItsRainingRaincoats, a social enterprise that aims to improve the lives of migrant workers in Singapore and build bridges to strengthen their integration into the community.

How to donate Singapore Flyer tickets: Purchase the tickets here, and the logistics will be taken care by Singapore Flyer and ItsRainingRaincoats.


2. Donate Fascinating World of Aviation Plus Exclusive Hangar Tour for Children of Children’s Homes and Orphanages

black and white houses seletar
Black and White Houses (Image: Terrence Chua Pengqui/SLA)

This specially curated tour will bring children from Chen Su Lan Methodist Children’s Home, Darul Ihsan Orphanage, and Children’s Aid Society – Melrose Home to visit the lesser known sights of Seletar. Each ticket costs SGD 80 per pax.

The itinerary includes Black and White Houses (formerly homes to the Royal Air Force personnel), Former Seletar Airport, Hampstead Wetlands Park, Private Hangar, Rooftop with unobstructed view of Seletar Airport Runway and Private Aviator’s Lounge.

How to donate Fascinating World of Aviation Plus Exclusive Hangar Tour: Purchase the tickets here, and the tickets will be automatically sent to Xperience Singapore who would work with the respective homes and orphanages to arrange for the tour.


3. Donate Madame Tussauds tickets for children and youth from Club Rainbow (Singapore) [EVENT’S OVER]

Madame Tussauds Singapore
Madame Tussauds (Image: Sentosa)

The admission ticket for Madame Tussauds is SGD 23.80/pax. By donating your SGD 100 voucher and topping up SGD 19, you can provide 5 children/youth/their caregivers a fun day trip to Madame Tussauds at Resort World Sentosa.

Club Rainbow (Singapore) (CRS) is a non-profit organisation and charity with the mission to support and empower children with chronic illnesses and their families.

How to donate: Purchase the tickets here, and the logistics will be taken care by the attraction and the charity. (PS: Event’s over)

Conclusion

In this trying time, if you have the means to help the underprivileged, do consider making a difference in someone else’s life.

At the time of writing, these are the only avenues that accept donation of SingapoRediscovers Voucher that I’m aware of. I will update this post if there are new approved avenues.

If you happen to know any other methods to donate the SRV, do let me know in the comment. I’ll really appreciate it!

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Suzye

Monday 1st of March 2021

Hi there, myself, my husband and my sister would like to donate our S'pore rediscover voucher but the link above is so confusing. Is there any other link to easy access for voucher donation?

Eva

Monday 1st of March 2021

Hi, at each section, there's a paragraph in bold about how to donate. You can click the link from the bold paragraph.

Leslie

Wednesday 24th of February 2021

Those who wish to donate full sum of $100 for 3 Migrant workers to enjoy the Singapore Flyer experience should have the remaining $5 balance waived off by Singapore Flyer. ($35 x 3pax) It is v2.troublesome already trying to redeem and use this Discovery Voucher! I know many Singaporeans will just let it laspe and do nothing. For those who willing to go thru all the trouble redeeming their voucher to give to charity, please make it easier for them not to have to pay the $5 balance as some people don't trust using their Card to pay anything online!

Yan

Friday 5th of March 2021

@Eva, if the company do that for this benefit, what would others truly think. A: if SG flyer gives discount to donated vouchers, then I will choose to donate the vouchers.

B: SG flyer is giving discount to donated vouchers, I should demand for discount for $5 off if I buy 3 tickets(for own leisure purposes, of course)

C: I will not bother to donate or ride the flyers. Just don't wish to use the vouchers for any purpose..

Yan

Friday 5th of March 2021

@Leslie, Hi. I will have to disagree on this. Donating to the organisation is a kind gesture. Why would you be afraid of online credit commercial fraud. Plus you don't have to share your credit card details. There is other platform like grabpay and PayPal, those are better privacy/credibility payment platform. $5 from your own perspective may not be much. You could always be dependent on safer payment platforms.

If it is troublesome, then no one will even bother to donate something that they would not necessary need. The beneficial parties includes bringing revenues to the tourism/service sector and the donation party/organisation. So why not share that $5. Is just a lunch meal price figure, No harm done.

Eva

Friday 26th of February 2021

I echo your sentiment, the additional $5 should be waived off by Singapore Flyer, but unfortunately they didn't. There's definitely room for improvement.