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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

ANZA Action is Celebrating Earth Month

To celebrate Earth Month our wonderful ANZA Action team have been hard at work making a difference. Below are some interesting facts and top tips to keep us all on track. To keep up-to-date...

ANZA Action supports Earth Day

Join the green team at ANZA Action as they take on an Earth Month of environmental activities in Singapore.

Help Kodie the Wonder Horse!

Riding for the Disabled (RDA) Singapore provides equine-assisted therapy to the disabled community. ANZA has been a proud sponsor of several RDA therapy horses, including former show pony, Kodie. Find out more about RDA and how you can help ANZA continue our support for this special animal.

Volunteer with ANZA Action

Want to give back to the Singapore community? Louise Jones from ANZA Action outlines the group’s activities.

Host a Petite Pink event in October

During October, Casual Coffee is teaming up with ANZA Action and inviting you to host a Petite Pink event in a small group, in support of Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF) and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 

ANZA Action: Singapore Cancer Society

Singapore Cancer Society (SCS) supports cancer patients at every stage of their journey. “Despite the COVID-19 situation, we have re-opened our facilities and premises and will continue to do our best to support the cancer community,” says CEO Albert Ching.

Migrant Worker Donation Drive

ANZA Action has been hard at work, collecting toiletries and other items in  a donation drive for ItsRainingRaincoats (IRR), a charity founded in 2015 by Dipa Swaminathan to improve the lives of some 300,000 migrant workers in Singapore.

Aidha – Creating Bright Futures

ANZA talks to Aidha’s CEO Jacqueline Loh about Aidha’s origins and the value it provides to helpers.

Volunteer with a Children’s Charity

Want to lend a hand to a charity focused on Singapore’s kids and teens? ANZA Action has lots of volunteering opportunities with young people.

Support for Singapore’s Migrant Workers

Singapore’s migrant worker community has been hit hard by COVID-19. You can contribute to organisations and initiatives that are helping the community in a variety of ways – from pre-paid SIM cards so workers can stay in touch with loved ones back home, to food, care packages, masks, accommodation, daily necessities, and financial assistance.