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!

 

LATEST UPDATES

Charity Sale of USB Drive 2015

Last year, we had a successful charity sale of fridge magnets. Encouraged by the warm support given to us by the community, this year, we will be selling USB thumb drives, shaped like a business card. Each thumb drive has had 8GB of storage space and its slim handy size makes it easy for anyone to carry it around with them.

 

 

Clubskidz Private Movie Screening of Penguins of the Madagascar.

ICAP took beneficiaries of Ain Society to a private movie screening of Penguins of the Madagascar for their annual charity event. The event was attended by children who are affected with cancer, together with their family members accounting for 68 seats in the cinema hall. For some of the kids, It is a form of luxury for them to watch movies in the theatre. More so with their families. The children were greeted by adorable penguins who are some of the bosses at ICAP. Thereafter they were entertained with gifts and quizzes prior to the screening. The children came home with balloons and goodie bags. We thank ICAP for their kind thoughts, planning and contribution throughout this event. Their effort has brought so much contentment and glee in the hearts of our cancer patients, survivors and their family members.