Signature Love Project (SLP) is our only fund-raising project in NUS Students' Community Service Club. Initiated in 2003, SLP seeks to raise funds and awareness for beneficiary groups, which vary from year to year. SLP uses the simple concept of $2-for-a-signature, whereby donors can pen down messages for the beneficiaries upon donation. The funds collected are then donated to the beneficiaries, for specific purposes.
In addition, SLP strives to promote interaction between our volunteers and beneficiaries. Through meaningful and interactive activities during beneficiary visits, we endeavour to bring a difference to the lives of the beneficiaries as well as to allow volunteers to learn more about the beneficiaries.
This year as SLP embarks on its 12th year, our adopted beneficiary is Yong-En Care Centre. Our theme this year would be "Flight of Faith". We would like to encourage dementia patients to belive that they can achieve more than they can imagine.
This year, our signature item will be a feather. Each feather not only represents a donation from the public, it also represents a vote of confidence from the public that the dementia patients are capable of so much more.