Whether you’re doing your own personal challenge, celebrating a special occasion, or organising an event, you can make a difference and raise funds for HAGAR by creating your personal online fundraising page via a variety of platforms.

Step1Create your fundraising page via GiveAsia or SimplyGiving or GivingSG

You can start making a difference in minutes – simply create an account (or connect with Facebook), select Hagar as favourite cause, and create your individual or team page.

Quick help guides are available on how to start a fundraising page on GiveAsia (guide) or SimplyGiving (video) or GivingSG.

Learn from the videos and beginner guides available on how to create a fundraising page and make it a successful campaign.

Step3 Start your fundraising by sharing the link with your network and friends

Now just share your page link with your friends, family and colleagues via email or your preferred social network (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter…) and ask them to support your efforts by donating to your page


Hagar Singapore is a registered charity under the Singapore Charities Act. Donations to Hagar Singapore do not benefit from tax exemption and deductibles as the gifts are used for a global charitable purpose beyond Singapore.


Below are some examples of how others are making a difference!

12-year-old girl for USD50
Wendy was shocked to read about a 12-year-old girl being put on sale for $50. She shared the shocking news with her children, 9 and 12 years old and they both exclaimed about how ridiculous and unfair life was to this young girl. An avid runner, she has decided to raise funds for Hagar through the Singapore Standard Chartered Marathon 2016.
Find out what is motivating her to do all this.

camyThe Gift of Sight
Moved by compassion, Camy made the above plea to her own network of friends and family three months ago to help raise funds for the little girl’s upcoming eye operation after having learnt about her predicament. For every dollar that was donated, she matched it to raise a total sum of $8,000.
Read how Camy made a difference