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Donations received will go to help students from low-income families.

There are 4 ways you can DONATE!



  3. GIRO




Donors can make payments by PAYNOW to the DYSLEXIA ASSOCIATION OF SINGAPORE.

Please scan the above QR Code or by entering DAS UEN NO.:  S91SS0096B

  1. Launch your mobile banking application
  2. Click on "Scan & Pay" and scan the above QR Code  OR  Click on "PAYNOW" and select UEN No.: and key in S91SS0096B
  3. Key in your Donation Amount
  4. Under UEN/Bill Reference number please enter  "DONATION <space> NRIC/FIN/UEN"  **
  5. Please confirm the donation amount and details under the UEN/Bill Reference No.
  6. Transfer NOW!  Donation is transferred - Thank you for your generosity!

Click here for a step by step guide to donating by PAYNOW.

**  All donors are required to provide their Singapore Tax Reference Number (eg NRIC/FIN/UEN where applicable to enjoy a tax deduction. All Eligible donations enjoy and 250% tax deduction. The donation will automatically be included in the donor's IRAS tax assessment and a receipt will be issued upon request. If you would like one, please email us at  and 



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Donations are welcomed by GIRO - please download the GIRO FORM here

Instructions on completing the GIRO are included on the form.



Cheque donations may be made out to "Dyslexia Association of Singapore" or "DAS".

Kindly include your full name and NRIC/FIN to facilitate a tax exemption.

Step 2 (Not applicable for online donation): Please mail all original donation / GIRO / credit card forms, duly signed, to:

Dyslexia Association of Singapore
1 Jurong West Central 2
#05-01 Jurong Point
Singapore 648886

Please indicate "Attention: Ms Surjati Soekraman" on the forms.

For any enquiries, please contact Surjati at or 6594 0310.

Watch our latest DONATE TO EDUCATE Video, featuring Mdm Bibi and Bilal.

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Read our latest Donor Newsletter - June 2021




Online Matching Campaign - April 2020


In 2020, the Dyslexia Association of Singapore’s (DAS) fundraising efforts were greatly affected by the pandemic and due to the safety measures imposed by the government, DAS could only rely on virtual fundraising platforms to reach the masses for donations and support.

It is heartening to see people coming together in these dark times to help those who are in need. DAS fundraising efforts were greatly affected by the pandemic and due to the safety measures imposed by the government, DAS could only rely on virtual fundraising platforms to reach the masses for donations and support.

From 14 Aug to 28 February, DAS ran an online campaign that had secured a Tote Board Matching Grant. 

Every dollar raised will be matched by Tote Board, capped at $250,000. 

DAS initially targeted to raise $50,000 but due to overwhelming support from our donors, we raised a total of $99,899 for low-income students with dyslexia. These funds will allow them to access DAS’ specialized intervention programmes that help them to unlock their full academic potential. 

On behalf of these students, we thank all donors who supported our campaign.




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Established in 1988, Tote Board is a grant-making organisation that channels surpluses from its members — Singapore Pools and Singapore Turf Club — and casino entry levies to give hope to and improve lives in the community. The Board makes charitable donations to projects that meet public, social, or health objectives, as well as initiatives that promote culture, art and sport in Singapore. Every project is evaluated based on its own merits, with the aim of ensuring that each generates positive outcomes for society. For more information, please visit

The Tote Board have supported the opening of DAS Serangoon Learning Centre.



Ishk Tolaram Foundation develops and supports programs that provide access to quality education, healthcare and skills training to underserved individuals within our core geographies of Indonesia, Nigeria, Singapore and Estonia. Our purpose as a philanthropic organisation is to enable individuals to improve their quality of life. For more information, visit



Lim Hoon Foundation (“LHF”) is the private charitable trust of the JL Family Office. Its primary objective is to promote academic achievement for all students from kindergarten to university, especially those from low-income families. LHF’s ultimate objective is the advancement of education through a range of philanthropic activities. The Foundation strongly believes that everyone deserves a holistic education no matter their financial background. Equal opportunity and access to education are key tenets of our meritocratic system. It is LHF’s wish to open opportunities to disadvantaged students and help them become leaders of the next generation.

Since its inception, over 1,300 scholarships and bursaries have been given out to various beneficiaries. For more information, visit