Project R.A.I.S.E, previously known as Signature Love Project (SLP) is our only fund-raising project in CSC. Initiated in 2003 and currently in its 16th year, R.A.I.S.E seeks to raise funds and awareness for their beneficiary groups which vary from year to year, allowing for the project to be exposed to and help out different pockets of our society. The funds collected will be donated to the adopted beneficiary of the year at the end of the project for specific purposes. R.A.I.S.E uses the simple concept of $2-for-a-signature, whereby donors can pen down messages for the beneficiaries upon a donation of $2 or more.
In addition, R.A.I.S.E strives to promote interaction between our volunteers and beneficiaries. Through meaningful and interactive activities during beneficiary visits, we endeavour to bring a difference to the lives of the beneficiaries as well as to allow volunteers to learn more about the beneficiaries.


Main Phases

OC Recruitment Period

Internal Roadshow - March January
Fundraising - June


COVID Updates

Project R.A.I.S.E XVII is still ongoing


Signature Love Project XV


In its 15th iteration, the SLP XV team collaborated with Parkinson Society Singapore to organise beneficiary visits and fundraising drives for People with Parkinson (PwP).
With the theme 'Melt the Ice', they aimed to raise public awareness on Parkinson through the visits with volunteers, thus melting the ice and bridging the gap between the volunteers and PwP! Similarly, the fundraising roadshows were held in March and May to engage passer-bys with interactive games to boost their awareness as well.


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Volunteers' Thoughts

  • By Zhi Ning, Assistant Project Director

    “SLP XV has definitely been a meaningful and memorable journey for me. There were challenges faced along the way, which is to be expected from my first time leading a committee, but those were challenges we ultimately overcame with everyone's efforts and skills. It is heartening to see so many people of different background coming together and playing a part in contributing back to society, and I continue to be inspired by my fellow leaders, team members, and volunteers.”

  • By Eunice, Organising Committee

    “Our beneficiaries have very positive and enthusiastic attitudes despite having Parkinson which is quite inspiring. The outing to gardens by the bay was very memorable as I got to interact more with the beneficiaries and learn more about them as individuals.”

  • By Carmen, Organising Committee

    "CSC gave me the opportunity to improve my communication skills as i had to interact with different stakeholders like the volunteers, cell mates, project directors and beneficiaries. I learnt how to work more effectively with others by avoiding miscommunications and also taking note of their respective goals and objectives.”

  • By Sinuo, Organising Committee

    “The organising committee of SLP is a big family for me and everyone is willing to contribute. Personally, the most impressive moment is when we were doing fundraising, some strangers approached us to donate even before we approached them. I was deeply impressed by their kindness and trust towards us.”