Pharmaceutical group Boehringer Ingelheim (BI) has donated its second tranche of Jobs Support Scheme (JSS) payouts to seven charities, with each one receiving $100,000.

We are pleased to becoming one of the recipients for this donations.

You may read about the news from the following (BI) links:

The news was featured in The Straits Times too.

This is what we have to say:

“Rare Disorders Society (Singapore) a.k.a RDSS launched our Carry Hope Run during this year’s Rare Disease Day, which fell on 29 February 2020. The fundraiser was supposed to be held in June 2020 but due to Covid-19, the charity had to postponed it till next year. We are very grateful that Boehringer Ingelheim has chosen to support RDSS during this difficult period. The donations have definitely come in very timely and will be channelled to support our beneficiary families through our home-based learning programme and other financial assistance schemes. Together, we believe we can continue to demonstrate the true spirit of “Love is Not Rare” and that love shows no discrimination.”  – Ms Patricia Ng, President of RDSS