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Name of Bank a/c: Alliance of Guest Workers Outreach
Bank a/c no: 012-902631-0
Beneficiary Bank: DBS Bank Ltd
Address of Bank:
Harbourfront Branch, 1 Maritime Square 123, #02-122 Harbourfront Centre S(099253), Singapore
Bank code: 7171
Branch code: 012
Swift code: DBSSSGSG
a. In the description/initial field box, please include (i) Your name (ii) What the donation is for.
b. Email us at to inform us about the bank transfer. Include the following details in your email. (i) The transaction reference no (ii) Amount donated (iii) Date of transfer (iv) Purpose of donation
* Please note that all bank charges are to be borne by your goodselves and the full invoiced amount should be received by us.
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Manually key in our UEN number T04SS0054D
b. Under the reference/initials, please indicate (i) Your name (ii) What the donation is for before transferring the donation.
c. Please email us (i) your transaction details (ii) contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org after you have Paynow us so that we can trace your donation.
a. Write the cheque to Alliance of Guest Workers Outreach
b. Indicate at the back of the cheque (i) Your name (ii) Contact no (iii) What is the donation for?
c. Mail it to 101 Eunos Avenue 3, TSL Building, #07-10, Singapore 409835
d. OR you can bank the cheque at the ATM machine. Our bank details are
Payee: Alliance of Guest Workers Outreach
Account no: 012-902631-0
Bank: DBS Bank Ltd
e. Please email us (i) your transaction details (ii) contact details to email@example.com if you have bank in the cheque on our behalf so that we can trace you donation.
“Fear is growing at a dormitory designated as an isolation area because of an infection cluster, with workers saying they do not have masks, and are living in unsanitary and crowded conditions.
At least six workers at the S11 Dormitory @ Punggol, where there are 63 confirmed cases of Covid-19, told The Straits Times that the rooms are infested with cockroaches and toilets are overflowing. Workers have to queue for food with no social distancing measures to keep them apart.” — The Straits Times, 6 April 2020
While measures have been undertaken to care for the 20,000 quarantined dormitory workers who were housed in the dormitories where there were confirmed cases of Covid-19, there are still many others at risk.
We earnestly appeal to you to continue in your generous efforts to care for the guest workers amongst us. With your contribution, we can make sure that no guest worker shall starve during this challenging period, and that they will receive the essential supplies they need to keep them safe amidst the Covid-19 situation.