This year, we are proud to say that we have selected Agape International Missions (AIM) as one of our international beneficiaries this year for the 24 Hour Race in Singapore. In 2005, Pastor Don and Bridget Brewster founded AIM on Cambodian soil when they discovered the horrible truth about the human trafficking of children in Cambodia. They quit their jobs, and moved to Cambodia with a team to establish the AIM Restoration Home in 2006, and since then have expanded immensely.
Blue Dragon Children's Foundation
We are thrilled to announce our continued partnership with Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation as one of Singapore’s chosen beneficiaries for the race. This Australian charity in Vietnam began in 2003, with two friends giving English lessons to street kids. Since then, Blue Dragon has expanded into an organization of 67 loyal staff, helping to support over 1,500 children throughout Vietnam every year.
H.O.M.E, founded in 2004, is a registered charity and society that works closely with the Ministry of Manpower, Immigration authorities, and the various foreign embassies to ensure the wellbeing of workers. ‘To build a culture of welcome where no man, woman or child is a stranger; we are family’, their vision clearly states that their goal is to create an inclusive society which upholds the principles of equality and non-discrimination