XUICE CURRENT CAMPAIGNS
“Project Ignis” is an initiative by NUS Department of Architecture students who are designing & building an IT & STEM Learning Center for children in Phong Thanh, Vietnam.
Wheels for HOPE is an initiative that brings bicycles to disadvantaged and impoverished rural communities in Cambodia. Working in close collaboration with Sihanouk Hospital Center of HOPE, the group has carried out 6 campaigns, providing over 1200 bicycles to rural communities over the past 5 years.
LUNCH FOR KIDS is a food aid program that aims to feed 200 children in Pursat, Cambodia for a year. We hope to provide food to these malnourished children and as a way to encourage them to stay in school.
Make a Difference to Mdm Zanizah and her family by sponsoring a caregiver to take care of her sickly mother and children >>> www.xuice.org/makeadifference
LIGHT FOR KIDS is an initiative to design and install solar-powered lights and fans in the classrooms of Kraing Tasen Elementary School, Pursat @ Cambodia.
FEED A CHILD : WWW.XUICE.ORG/LUNCHFORKIDS
XUICE PAST CAMPAIGNS
Salena and Sandeep lost their house and sister during the 2015 Nepal Earthquake. They are in danger of being destitute. Please support the rebuilding of their lives by providing food and basic needs for the pair of young disaster victims.
LUNCH FOR KIDS is a food aid program that aims to feed 200 children in Cambodia for a year. We hope to provide food to these malnourished children and as a way to encourage them to stay in school.
On a recent recce trip for a documentary in Bhutan, we chanced upon Rinchhen Kuenphen Primary School in the town of Thimphu. We are happy to have the opportunity to donate some school supplies (Gho uniform, track suits and school shoes) to the children there. All the best guys and study hard.
We supported Wheels For Hope in their campaign to donate bicycles to students on Kampong Cham, Cambodia. Some of these students have to walk 2 hours to get to school and we hope that the bicycles serve as good help to them and their family. All the best to the folks in Kampong Cham.
On 25 April 2015, an eathquake of 7.8Mw magnitude hit Kathmandu, Nepal. The disaster killed over 8,000 people and injured more than 21,000. This incident began our quest to help and eventually became the motivation of XUICE.