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Acme Cares Celebrates its Most Successful Year of Charity Yet

Acme Cares reaches a new milestone with a record-breaking 53% increase in donations year-over-year at Acme's 2023 Charity Movement. In a time where medical facilities around the world have faced a significant increase in operating costs, Acme Cares' funding has continued to help sustain full operating capacity at Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital.

A wheelchair-bound elderly man sits alone in a park filled with the joyous laughter of children. The visual depiction and stark juxtaposition sets an emotional scene.

ALT: A wheelchair-bound elderly man sits alone in a park filled with the joyous laughter of children. The visual depiction and stark juxtaposition sets an emotional scene.

Managing Director Jennie Tan stands in front of a blue backdrop
"It's amazing to think that this is the 8th consecutive year we've held this event in collaboration with Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital. Without a doubt, Acme will continue to give back to the communities we call home." Jennie, Managing Director at Acme, said.

In our relentless pursuit of innovation and community betterment, Acme Cares proudly continues its tradition of giving back. As we mark the 16th anniversary of the Acme Cares' Giving program, we are thrilled to share the remarkable strides we've taken in contributing to the well-being of communities globally. This year, we have achieved an unprecedented milestone, surpassing our previous records by raising an astounding amount of funds for Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital. The total donations received at the 2023 run of Acme Cares demonstrated a 55% increase over its 2022 net record-high.

Our dedicated teams, spanning the globe and encompassing marketing and creative design experts, have tirelessly devoted over 370 campaign hours to our philanthropic efforts. This collective dedication has translated into the successful generation of hundreds of thousands of dollars earmarked for health organisations worldwide.

At Acme, believe in showing our gratitude and respect for the elderly who have contributed to society and helped shape the world we live in today. We also believe in improving the quality of life and well-being of the elderly, particularly those who are faced with chronic diseases, loneliness, depression, and dementia. By giving back, we can make a positive difference in the community and inspire others to do the same.

Kwong Wai Shiu Potong Pasir hosting karaoke sessions for its patients.

That's why Acme has consistently focused our giving program on elderly hospitals like Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital in Singapore. These organisations provide essential services and support to seniors in need, such as meals, therapy, befriending, and caregiving.

Acme also supports the elderly health organisations that provide essential services and support to the seniors in need, such as medical care, nursing, rehabilitation, counselling, and palliative care. Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital plays a vital role in meeting the increasing demand for healthcare and social services for the ageing population. By 2030, one in four Singaporeans will be aged 65 and above. Elderly hospitals are crucial for addressing the ageing population issue, which is a global and national concern.

We believe that everyone deserves to live with dignity and joy, regardless of their age or condition. By partnering with elderly health organisations, Acme hopes to make a positive difference in the lives of millions of seniors around the world.

As of late, millions around the world have been impacted by emerging diseases that endanger lives. That's why Acme's funds are essential for taking proactive measures that are vital for the healthcare industry. We are deeply grateful to our clients, partners and family who participated in this year's remarkable Acme Cares event. Your generosity has made a difference for health systems that are under pressure from emerging diseases. Your donations have helped reduce the operational costs, provide accessible healthcare for over 1000 patients every month.

Deputy Director of Acme Associates, Catherine Choo, stands in front of a blue backdrop
"We're committed to giving back to the people who need it most. We always have and we always will." — Catherine Choo, Deputy Director said.

To raise visibility about this issue, Through February 1, Acme is again encouraging the spirit of charity through direct donations to Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital with a revised homepage for the third consecutive year to increase awareness about the challenges faced by the disadvantaged. Donation instructions will be available for viewing on

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