Issac Tan, 6 years old, was diagnosed with Cornelia de Lange syndrome. It affected his speech growing up and also caused certain difficulties such as swallowing and gastroesophageal reflux. Kimberly Oh, 4, was diagnosed with autism.
Both Issac and Kimberly enrolled into SPD’s Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC) and since then, have improved leaps and bounds.
Issac is now able to communicate effectively with short phrases while Kimberly, being a little reclusive when she first entered, is now able to indulge in art and crafts and interact with her peers and teachers.
Every donation you make will go towards equipping children
such as Kimberly and Issac with necessary skills and develop their potential.
How to register for Paynow
What you will need:
3 minutes | Access to UOB Mighty or Personal Internet Banking | Your mobile phone for an SMS one-time-password • 3 minutes
• Access to UOB Mighty or Personal Internet Banking
• Your mobile phone for an SMS one-time-password
Select "Manage PayNow" on the navigation bar in Personal Internet Banking or at the bottom of UOB Mighty.
Follow the on-screen instructions. You will receive an OTP on your mobile to verify your phone number.
HOW TO DONATE VIA PAYNOW
Launch UOB Mighty and
click on the 'PayNow —
Pay to Mobile' icon.
Key in the dedicated 'PayNow for a cause'
mobile number 8228-2228 and the
amount you wish to donate. Click 'Next'.
Log in to your UOB Bank
account, check the donation
amount and click 'Confirm'.
You will see UOB PAYNOW
FOR A CAUSE. Click 'Confirm'.
Payment is done,
it's that simple!
REGISTER FOR PAYNOW VIA
How Paynow Works
Which are the participating banks of PayNow?
PayNow is currently offered by 7 banks — Citibank Singapore Limited, DBS Bank/POSB, HSBC Bank (Singapore) Limited, Maybank, OCBC Bank, Standard Chartered Bank and United Overseas Bank. More banks may join at a later date.
Please note that you can only receive funds to the account you have linked your mobile number and/or Singapore NRIC/FIN to. If you want to receive funds to another account within UOB, you can do it from the "Manage PayNow" section, but if you want to receive funds to UOB account changing from another participating bank account, you will have to de-register your mobile number with the first bank and link your mobile number at the other bank.
At the funds transfer screen, enter the recipient's mobile number or NRIC/FIN, and the amount to be transferred — and the funds are transferred almost instantly. Learn more details here.
You should also report the transaction to the police.