Local charity Stroke Support Station initiates new online donation portal

Founded in 2015, local non-profit organization Stroke Support Station (S3) helps stroke survivors and their caregivers in their post-stroke recovery journey by offering stroke support, education and training. Led by volunteers, S3 also organizes fund raising activities and advocacy programmes.

S3 Charity Gala Dinner
S3 Charity Gala Dinner - FOMO Pay

Stroke Support Station (S3) held a Charity Gala Dinner at the Marina Bay Sands Ballroom last Saturday to raise funds for their cause.

Traditionally, funds were collected via cheque, VISA, MasterCard or NETS. Today, S3 offers additional payment options through its new online donation portal - http://s3orgsg.donation.fomopay.com. The online portal accepts VISA, MasterCard, NETS, WeChat and Union Pay.

Using the expertise of the team, FOMO Pay created the portal as a way to implement technology for charity and to give back to society. Moreover, it is more convenient for donors as they are able to access the portal at any time of the day.

There are 3 ways to donate online:

1. Click the “Donate” button when watching the live streaming video of the Charity Gala Dinner on Rings.tv.

2. Click the blue “Donate” button on S3’s Facebook page and you will be directed to the online donation portal, where you can fill up the donation form.

3. Click the “Donate” button on S3’s official website to be directed to NVPC’s Giving.sg portal.

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