2 S'poreans set up initiative for people to donate free masks & sanitisers to others in need


Syahindah Ishak | February 05, 2020, 04:31 PM

The coronavirus outbreak has claimed the lives of 490 people as of Feb. 5, 2020, with over 24,000 confirmed infections nationwide, with the majority in China.

In Singapore alone, there are currently 24 confirmed cases.

Free masks and sanitisers

To help cope with the outbreak, some Singaporeans have been giving out free masks and sanitisers to help one another.

Such as these examples:

Contribute SG

In another act of kindness, two Singaporeans have set up a local initiative called Contribute.sg.

Contribute.sg accepts donations of free masks and sanitisers from the public, and hands them out to people in need.

These include those working in the healthcare sector, home bound patients, taxi drivers, bus drivers and others who are in need.

They can simply request for additional masks or sanitisers through Contribute.sg's website.

Collection boxes for the donations will be placed on Feb. 6 at these designated places:

Singapore Kindness Movement

  • 61 Stamford Road #01-08 Stamford Court, 178892
  • Mon-Fri: 10am to 5pm


  • 3 Phillip St, #01-04 Royal Group Building, Singapore 048693
  • Mon-Fri: 10:30am to 7:30pm

Home Nursing Foundation

  • 93 Toa Payoh Central Toa Payoh Central Community Building #07-01 Singapore 319194
  • Mon-Fri: 8am to 5pm

HNF [email protected]

  • 35 Hougang Avenue 3 Hougang Community Club #04-01 Singapore 538840
  • Mon-Fri: 8am to 5pm

Only donations of unused masks and sanitisers are allowed.

The items should be packed in zip lock bags for hygiene purposes.

Top image from Contribute.sg.