Universe of Sound


Gift 4 All-Access Passes


Gift 4 Concert Only Passes


Gift a Healing Event



Vulnerable Seniors:
Social Service Organisation Programme
AMKFSC Community Services Ltd
COMNET Befriending Service
AWWA Rehab & Day Care Centre
AWWA Senior Community Home
HCA Hospice Care
HCA Hospice Care Specialised Caregiver Support Service (Palliative)
yCG - Young CareGivers
Lions Befrienders Service Association (Singapore)
Lions Befrienders
O'Joy Care Services
Counselling for Older Persons Programme
PERTAPIS Education and Welfare Centre
PERTAPIS Senior Citizens Fellowship Home
SAGE Counselling Centre
SAGE Counselling Centre
The Seniors Helpline
Singapore Leprosy Relief Association
Tsao Foundation
Enhanced Counselling and Coaching Programme for Hua Mei Centre for Successful Ageing
Wicare Support Group
WiSHINE (Widows seeing Hope, Independence and Encouragement)
Persons with Mental Health:
Social Service Organisation Programme
Alzheimer's Disease Association
Alzheimer's Disease Association Specialised Caregiver Support Service (Dementia)
Club Heal
HEALing Friends
National Council of Social Service
Peer Specialist
Samaritans of Singapore
Samaritans of Singapore
Singapore Anglican Community Services
Employee Assistance Programme
Employment Support Services
Project H.I.R.E. -Employment Internship Programme
Singapore Association for Mental Health
SAMH Bukit Gombak Group Homes
SAMH Insight Centre
SAMH Oasis Day Centre

“During my grassroots and volunteer work, I interacted with a lot of social workers who often neglect their own wellness needs in favour of their beneficiaries. Later, over 3 separate periods, while nursing my grandparents and father in hospital, I noticed that the nurses are often dedicated to the patients but seems not to be eating regularly nor getting the best quality sleep for themselves. As I was put into the position of a care-giver as well, I began to empathise deeply with them. My stint as care-giver ended with the passing of my loved ones, but for these professional care-givers, it must take an immense amount of willpower and spirit of selflessness to continue. I realised that care-givers often burn out after a protracted time in the profession if they are not mindful of their own wellness. Many suffer from symptoms such as anxiety, depression, irritability, feeling tired and run down. Some have difficulty sleeping or suffer from new or worsening health problems. When I was nursing my grandparents and father, I was lucky enough to receive a lot of help from professional care-givers and I wanted so much to show my gratitude to them, so what better way than to create the Caring for Those Who Care programme to help support their wellbeing.” – Amelia Kang, Festival Director, Universe of Sound