Lighting Hearts Lighting Homes 2017

Donations for 2017

​”Tiny Drops Makes A Mighty Ocean”,  we have collected a total of ​$98, 918.35 in cash/ NTUC vouchers which includes $694.00 brought forward from LHLH 2016 accounts. This fundraising effort wouldn’t be possible without the help of the individuals and supporters listed below:

We had an opportunity to expand and work with some amazing organisations whom helped identifying the beneficiaries for this year’s effort, namely:
1. Thye Hua Kwan Moral Services
2. Sree Narayana Mission
3. TOUCH Community Services
4. Fei Yue Community Services
5. Asian Women Welfare Association (AWWA)
6. Sikh Welfare Council (SIWEC)
7. @27 Family Services Centre
8. Kerta Ayer Family Services
9. Viriya Family Services Centre
10. Thong Keng Senior Activities Centre (Queenstown/ Henderson and Dawson)
11. Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore MINDS
12. Project Smile Pte Ltd
13. Cerebral Palsy Association of Singapore (CPAS)
14. Serving People with Disability (SPD)
15. Ramakrishna Mission Boys’ Home (RMBH)
16. Redhill Moral Seniors Activity Centre
17. PCF Monfort
18. Indus Moral Care
19. Chong Pang Comcare
20. Gambas Comcare
21. Nee Soon East Comcare
22. Marine Parade family Services Centre
23. Kebun Baru Comcare
24. Direct referrals from friends, relatives, request via email and FBpage (18 families/ individuals).

Over the years, through the generosity from family and friends, we were able to support some individuals and families through a lump sum donation to help defray medical and living expenses.

1. For 2017, we had identified Mr John Danesh, whom is visually impaired and from a disadvantaged single parent home struggling with schooling and transportation expenses. His case was brought to our attention by his church pastor.  With surplus funds, we were able to extend support in covering a portion of his academic expenses for 2 semesters (1 year) and transportation costs for several months through lump sum donation of $5000. John Danesh is a student currently pursuing a Diploma in Social Enterprise and Management and aspires to become a lawyer one day. We hope he will succeed against all odds to fulfill his dreams and are privileged to be able to reach out to him through the generosity of our donors.

Please see John’s story here-
http://www.tnp.sg/news/singapore/blind-student-thrives-poly-thanks-support?utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#link_time=1505276484

https://www.facebook.com/lightingheartslightinghomes/photos/a.621749474673368.1073741831.621272904721025/819516101563370/?type=3&theater

2. We had also received requests for more help from families whom required more assistance. Through deliberation with the team, for these 4 households, we donated $100 cash instead of $50 each to help them tide over the weeks together with our festive packs

3. LHLH will also be organizing a Christmas party for more that 400 Trainees from MINDS similar to 2016 during the December Christmas holidays.

Donors

  1. Abee
  2. Akula Srinivas
  3. Alagammal Madasamy
  4. Alamelu Subramaniam
  5. Alex Ho
  6. Alison Ang
  7. Ambujah Thirunavakarsu
  8. Amit Anand
  9. Ananthan and Punitha
  10. Ananthan Shanmugam
  11. Anbalagan THANGARAJAH
  12. Anbarasu s/o Rajendran
  13. Anchanachi d/o Narayanasamy Somasundaram
  14. Andrew Emmanuel
  15. Andrew Ng Tok Yong
  16. Anitha Dakshinamoorthy
  17. Anonymous 1
  18. Anonymous 2
  19. Anonymous 3
  20. Anonymous 4
  21. Anthony
  22. Anurag Srivastava
  23. Appavoo Manodaran
  24. Aravindana Vijayamohan
  25. Arivinth Srikanth
  26. Arul Oswin
  27. Arull
  28. Arun Sajnani
  29. Arvin Kumar Krishnakumar
  30. Asha Mukherjee
  31. Ashish Shastry
  32. Ashok Kumar (Singapore Engineering Services Pte Ltd
  33. Ashtalaxmi Dinakaran
  34. Avnish Desai
  35. Azhagiya Pandian
  36. Balamurgan Kandasamy
  37. Balasubramaniam Ramesh Rajangam
  38. Balasubramaniyam Govindaraju
  39. Baljinder Kaur Jagpal
  40. Bhavan Jaipragas
  41. Bimala Devi Rai
  42. Brithen Rajantra
  43. Caarticay Panday
  44. Chirayu Wadke
  45. Chozhanathan
  46. Christina
  47. Colin
  48. Cradle Wealth Solutions Pte Ltd
  49. Daren Li
  50. Deborah Yogeswari
  51. Deena Thayalan Naidu
  52. Deepa R Sundaramoorrthy
  53. Deepa Ramalingam
  54. Deepak Rangoonwala Amritlal
  55. Denyse Yeo
  56. Dhanupiya Devi
  57. Dhanya Nair
  58. Dhaval P Desai
  59. Dinesh Natarajan
  60. Dinesh Vasu Menon
  61. Divagaran Gopal
  62. Divya Marimuthu
  63. Dorai Asokumar
  64. Dorcas Koh
  65. Dr Evelyn Wong
  66. Dr Gayathri Devi & Dr Kumaran Rasappan
  67. Dr Jaydheesh
  68. Dr Joan Khoo
  69. Dr Kamalesh Anbalakan
  70. Dr Low Teck Boon
  71. Dr Ma Jun
  72. Dr Mahash
  73. Dr Nurul Azyan
  74. Dr Raghuram
  75. Dr Saradha Anantharaman
  76. Dr Sulaiha Binte Ithnin
  77. Dr Wint Wah Soe
  78. Edmund Chua
  79. Edna Tan
  80. Esther Tan
  81. Fiona Pang
  82. G Thamil Selvan
  83. Ganason Suseela
  84. Ganesan Arasapam
  85. Ganesh Kalyanam
  86. Ganesha Periasamy
  87. Gauhrie
  88. Gayathre Mogan
  89. Gayathri Koomanan
  90. George Cherukara Jogy
  91. Gobiselven s/o Govindasamy
  92. Govindsamy & Krishnamah Family
  93. Gunalan Ramachandran
  94. Hazel See
  95. Hema Nathan
  96. Hemalatha
  97. Hemma Balakrishnan
  98. Henry Victor Rock
  99. Hui Ying
  100. Iswaaree Balakrishnan
  101. Jacq Wong
  102. Jagaganesh Vejayretnam
  103. Jaime Ranjini
  104. Jane Gan
  105. Jasmine Pavalam
  106. Jayaprema Krishnasamy
  107. Jayastina
  108. Jayesh Parekh
  109. Jenny Law
  110. Jeyan Nair
  111. Jimmy Ong
  112. Jordan Joshua
  113. Kabilan Maran
  114. Kala Shamini
  115. Kalayarasu
  116. Kalpana Letchiman
  117. Kamala
  118. Kandavel Ganapathy
  119. Kannan Karuppiah
  120. Kannan Muthusamy
  121. Kannan Selvaraj
  122. Kanthan Jay
  123. Karthieswari Baskar
  124. Karthigayan and Kanchana
  125. Karthik Ponnambalam
  126. Kiren Thanapalan
  127. Kogilavani
  128. Kommathe Rajendran
  129. Kozhaly Ramakrishnan Guruvayurappan
  130. Krishasamy Bhavani
  131. Kristin
  132. Kuhan Rajendran
  133. Kundala Praveen Shankar
  134. Kwan Siew Ying
  135. Laav
  136. Lakshminarayanan Sri Ganesh
  137. Lavanath Shanmugam
  138. Leonard Lee
  139. Li JingHeng
  140. Logammal
  141. Logapreyan
  142. Logesh
  143. Magashastini d/o M Kumar
  144. Magyash
  145. Malarvili Agoram 
  146. Malervilee
  147. Malminder Singh
  148. Mani Vangadaslam
  149. Maniam
  150. Manikam
  151. Manoharan Periasamy
  152. Maran and Punitha
  153. Maran Palaniandi
  154. Mariam
  155. Maribien Tan and Tan Joo Teck
  156. Mariyamma
  157. Mark Aikiriza
  158. Mark and Poo
  159. Menka Sajnani
  160. Michaela
  161. MINI Mafia Singapore
  162. Mohamed Amin Bin Mohamed Ali
  163. Mr & Mrs Anandacumarasamy
  164. Mr and Mrs Davinder Masson
  165. Mrs Dhanabal
  166. Mrs Maran
  167. Muhamed Al Ameen Buhari
  168. Naaraayanan s/o Soma Ramasamy aka Venga
  169. Nair Vinod and Serena Yogalingam
  170. Nakoorsha & family
  171. Nancy Goh
  172. Nani Menon
  173. NanthaKumar SN
  174. Narain Das
  175. Nasarath Hassan
  176. Natalie Indrani Dasaradha Thulasidas
  177. Nathan Muthusamy
  178. Navanetharaja Gopalakrishna
  179. Navin Manoharan
  180. Neewin Hershall
  181. Neo Say Beng
  182. Nicholas Sebastian Jacob
  183. Nidya Shanthini Manokara
  184. Nityanand Rai & Family
  185. NTUC Fairprice Foundation Ltd
  186. Ong Toon Hui
  187. Pannir
  188. Paramesvery Raveendran
  189. Parveen Banu
  190. Paul Anapalagan
  191. Phoebe Low
  192. Pooja
  193. Pooja Bhandari
  194. Poorani Thanusha
  195. Pragathesvaran Letchmanan
  196. Prashant Mudgal
  197. Prem Roy Motoring Pte Ltd
  198. Prema Subramaniam
  199. Premraj Rajakrishnan
  200. Priveen Raj
  201. Prof Chitra Shegar
  202. Punithavathi Ratnasamy
  203. Quak Hiang Whai
  204. Radha Kumari
  205. Raja Mohamad Maiden
  206. Rajpanchmi
  207. Ramamurthy Mahesh Kumar
  208. Ramesh Ganeson
  209. Ramesh Subbaraman
  210. Rangan Narasimhan
  211. Ranjini
  212. Rathi Parimalan
  213. Ravethi
  214. Renga Raj Sooriamurthi
  215. Renganathan Muthukrishnan
  216. Revathi Sasitharan
  217. Richard Muru
  218. Russ Cheong
  219. Sabitri
  220. Sandiya Shree Baskaran
  221. Sangeetha
  222. Sanjoy Chatterjee
  223. Sarah Manjeet Kaur
  224. Saravenan Tanapal
  225. Saro Pandian
  226. Saroja Dorairajoo
  227. Sarojini
  228. Sasekala Karthigesu
  229. Savithri & Varsha Family
  230. Sean Ler
  231. Seema Dadlani
  232. Seemant Jauhari
  233. Seethalakshmi Iyer
  234. Sekaran s/o Rengiah
  235. Seker Bala
  236. Seker Bala
  237. Selvam s/o Varathappan
  238. SEVA Fund
  239. Shaan Rekha
  240. Shanti Devi Rai
  241. Sharon Ang
  242. Sharyfah
  243. Sheela Narayanan
  244. Shekaran Krishnan
  245. Sheryl and Family
  246. Sheryl Roberts
  247. Shivashni & Kummar
  248. Shubaashini
  249. Siddarth Subash
  250. Sim Li Kwang
  251. Simha KJ
  252. Singisai Squad
  253. Sitaram, Girija & Manoj
  254. Siva
  255. Siva Durga Temple (Potong Pasir)
  256. Siva Govindasamy, Malani Sitaram & Khuhan
  257. Sivabalan
  258. Sivaguru
  259. Sonia and family
  260. Sree Kumar Pillai, Lalitha & Family
  261. Sreedharan
  262. Sri Ramar Temple
  263. Sriram Vijayan
  264. Suba Dinesh
  265. Subaramaniam Venkatraman
  266. Subarshene SRP
  267. Subash
  268. Subash G Ramesh
  269. SubashiniPriyaa and Velan
  270. Subra and Senda
  271. Sue & Ramesh Dharma
  272. Suguna
  273. Suguna Ramasamy
  274. Sujatha
  275. Sulosana Kaethiasu
  276. Sumathi Vijayakumar
  277. Sumitha Sathyan
  278. Sunil Kumar
  279. Sunila Shivpuri
  280. Suriavarman
  281. Swetha Kumar
  282. Syed Faizal & Family
  283. Tam Shanmugam
  284. Tamil Selvam
  285. Tan Chin Fern
  286. Tan Poh Choo
  287. Tay Lin Na
  288. Tess Lim
  289. Thambyrajah
  290. Thanaletchimi
  291. Thanaraj Kaliyaperumal
  292. Thangamoney
  293. Thashalan Raveendran
  294. Thashalini
  295. Thava Rani
  296. Thevamalar Parndian & Murali
  297. Thien Yew
  298. Thirunalini
  299. Timothy Lee
  300. Uma Magheswary Pandyan
  301. Uma Natarajan
  302. Umang
  303. Urmila Devi Rai
  304. V.N. Gobinathan
  305. V.thanaletchmi
  306. Vadivelu Kumaran
  307. Vaishali Cooper
  308. Valar Palaniandi
  309. Vanan Nathan
  310. Vanessa Ho
  311. Veera Puvana
  312. Veloo Ampika
  313. Venotni Retnam
  314. Venu
  315. Vidthiya
  316. Vignesh and Lingeshwari
  317. Vignesh S
  318. Vijay
  319. Vijay Pillai & Family
  320. Vijaylaskmi Rai
  321. Vik Ramakrishna
  322. Viknesuvaran Karunamurthy
  323. Vikram Suri
  324. Vinod Kumar M & April Jayshree Jayaraj
  325. Vinod Saladory
  326. Vinothan Thevarasoo
  327. Vinz
  328. Visarletchmi Kuppusamy
  329. Vishnu SM
  330. Viswanath Gururajan
  331. Viva Sinniah
  332. Xiao-Tian Loi
  333. Yogeswari Munisamy
  334. Yong Zhang Lim
  335. Young Sikh Association
  336. Yvonne
  337. Zara and Family
  338. Paruvathi V
  339. Dhualacibai Venkadasalam
  340. Vijay Bravehearts
  341. Tina Devi Taylor
  342. Raama
  343. Dennis Laarman
  344. SgHindu

Donations in Kind for 2017

As a social movement, the most difficult thing to do is to ask HELP from another in aid of others… This trait of humility has been something that we have taught ourselves to embrace as long as it yields benefits to those in need. So once again, we asked for help through donations in kind. These donations in kind compliments and help us offset/ defray  certain costs incurred in purchasing items that make up the festive goodies packs.  We were privilege that organisations and individuals have come forward to support this ground up initiative.

A BIG THANK YOU… to the organisations and individuals who donated items for the festive gift packs this year. The total estimated amount (Retail cost) donated in kind is $21,438.46
1. Mdm Devaki & Mr Vijeydran
2. Mr Navin Kumar and Family
3. Sri Ramar Temple (Changi)
4. KNP Trading Pte Ltd (Mr Kumar)
5. Sri Thandayuthapani Temple Volunteers – Singapore
6. Mr Rajiv Rai

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​Items Amount
926 packs of 5kg Rice x $12.00 11,112.00
1000 packets of Dhal x $0.95 950.00
1000 boxes of decorative Villakus 1,001.00
800 (Packs of 3) Toothbrushes x $1.20 2,330.46
800 (Packs of 2) Toothpaste x $1.60
750 packs of 500g Sugar x $1.20 900.00
750 Packs of Curry Powder x $0.70 525.00
750 Packs of Chilli Powder x $0.80 600.00
750 Packs of Thosai Mix x $1.70 1,275.00
Minireal Water Btls x 13 boxes ($15 each) for volunteers 195.00
800 Assorted Indian Sweets in box x $3.00 2,400.00
250 Cups of Coffee/ Curry Puffs/ Samosas for Volunteers 150.00
Grand Total: 21,438.46

Usage of funds from 2017 Donations

– 994 households received $50 cash each  $ 49,700.00
– 4 households received $100 cash each as there were 2 recipients identified by the VWOs in these households $ 400.00
– 26 recipients (Single and disadvantage mothers and ladies) from Project Smile Pte Ltd received $100 cash each $ 2600.00
– Lump sum donation to John Danesh, whom is visually impaired and from a single parent disadvantaged family struggling with schooling and transportation expenses. The donation will go into covering his academic expenses for 2 semesters (1 year) and transportation costs for several months $5,000.00
– NTUC Purchases for items festive packs $ 25, 796.96
– Purchase of 2000 woven carrier bags strong enough to withstand the weight of items $2,900
– Additional Purchase of 250 sets of  Sugar (1kg) , Thosai Mix, Curry Powder & Chilli Powder $1,177.00
– Purchase of 1000 btls of festive Murukus $3,000
– Purchase of 1000 set of Villakus (Lamps) $1,252.75
– Purchase of 100 packs of 5kg rice $1,300
– Donation for funeral expenses given to beneficiary family whom passed away 5 days before the delivery of packs $150

​Grand Total of Expenditure for LHLH 2018: $93,276.71.

Balance of $5641.64, will be used to fund LHLH 2017/ 2018 outreach efforts.

1. UPDATE:
[About the Beneficiary]
Following the completion of last year’s outreach, we were contacted by a well-wisher in November whom referred us an individual whom was in need of a motorized scooter due to mobility issue. When we visited her, we were expecting a senior person, but met a very determined young lady.

Ms Santhi (Not her real name), 22 years old, has been diagnosed with spastic paresis since birth. Her condition took a toll since she became a teen and over the years her disability exacerbated her mobility. She became heavily reliant on a wheelchair and also physical assistance for daily needs. (Please see video below)

The LHLH team visited the family and gathered that she has been home-bound for the past 6-7 years and have not sought proper medical care or support due to various circumstances. LHLH formed a special ‘team’ to get Santhi proper medical attention and therapy as she required a specific wheelchair rather than a motorized scooter. The team also agreed to cover the cost the medical, occupational, rehab and motorized wheelchair costs.

LHLH also wrote to a few organisations to provide educational support and also accompanied Santhi for her medical review sessions. SINDA helped with her educational needs and also help secure a subsidized purchase of a laptop. Thank You SINDA.
After close to 6 months of appeals together with KTPH MSW and Touch community services, we at LHLH are please to state that the $2700 cost of the electric wheelchair was subsidized by 60% . The total of the motorized wheelchair after the 60% subsidy was $1,070. (See Pic & Video) The total cost covered by LHLH for the medical consultation, occupational and rehab for the last 4 months was $748.60  Please see appended PDF for breakdown of medical expenditure and payment bill for the specialized motorized wheelchair. 

Our work isn’t done yet. LHLH’s intent is to make her fully independent both at home and out of home so she can have independent future. We are now working with Santhi as the flat that she lives in doesn’t allow her to seamlessly have access in and out of the unit (See Pic). She still needs to be carried onto her new 35kg motorised wheelchair each time she needs to leave the home. As such, we are working to install a hydraulic ramp for her flat which costs $6500 and hopefully with the help of the agencies we will be able to defray the cost.

 

Shanthi’s Specialized Motorized Wheelchair Bill

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Beneficiary 1 John Danesh.

​Photos of Mr K Shanmugam , Minister for Home Affairs and Law speaking to  John Danesh, whom is visually impaired and from a single parent family on the sidelines of LHLH 2018. ​

 
 
 

 
Beneficiary 2 Ms Santhi (Not her real name), 22 years old, has been diagnosed with spastic paresis. The 1st video shows her struggling to get onto a traditional non motorized  wheelchair. The 2nd video shows on her very own motorized wheelchair, LHLH team members helped secure with the help of TOUCH Community Services.
 
 
 

2. UPDATEBeyond our Shores…

In the spirit of giving during Ramadan, LHLH embarked on its first project reaching out to displaced individuals beyond our shores.
We were approached by Mr Louis Ng (Grassroots Advisor for Nee Soon GRC) who has been a kind supporter of LHLH over the years, providing us the venue to pack and distribute the festive packs during the festival of lights. We at LHLH are grateful for his invaluable support and when he spoke to us about displaced individuals whom could benefit from what LHLH does, we just couldn’t say NO.
After checking in with our donors, we proceeded with this year’s Ramadan outreach using surplus funds collected during last year’s festival of lights (LHLH 2017).

A total of $2,200 from the LHLH funds was used and converted to ringgit to provide iftar meals for 200 pax (Children and their family members). Using this funds, LHLH also provided 80 festive food/ goodie rations packs for the students and families.

We learnt that the teachers were paid only Rm600 per month and the whole sch was run through donations from well-wishers and without any other sources of funding. Many of themselves are also from the misplaced communities. Having seen the dedication, love and passion that they have for the children, the LHLH team decided to further top up the Ramadan Project budget by another $1,100. This amount was raised by a $500 contribution by Mr Shaikh Ismail and $600 contribution by LHLH 2018 team members.

As a special gesture, we provided the 9 teachers with a Ramadan Angpow of Rm300 each, which is a half month bonus.

We hope that through this sharing of iftar, food rations and gifts it will give them something to celebrate.

This gesture during Ramadan is just the start and LHLH will be working towards putting together multimedia educational resources as part of the children’s new school premises which is run by well-wishers and donors at the end of the year.

(Please see attached Jpg of currency conversion and expenditure breakdown and PDF of invoices of the purchases made below)

Please go to our FB link for more details.
www.facebook.com/lightingheartslightinghomes/posts/990445154470463?notif_id=1532418931647507&notif_t=page_post_reaction

Balance of funds as of Aug 2018 from donations received during LHLH 2017 stands at $1,623.40

3. FINAL UPDATE for usage of 2017 funds.

In 2019, the balance funds from 2017, was distributed to support 2 ground up projects.

– Young Sikh Association food distribution drive for Vaishaki 2019, a donation of $623.40 was given for this initiative. Please see their FBpage for more information of their efforts. https://www.facebook.com/Young-Sikh-Association-Singapore-682322868485422/
– Project Arpana, a ground up initiative that reaches out to beneficiaries in South India, a donation of $1000 was given for this initiative. Please see their FBpage for more information of their efforts.  https://www.facebook.com/projectarpana/

 

 

This project will not be possible without the *private fund raising drive and pledges/ donation from Family and Friends of the team members. We extend our humble thanks for your generosity.​

*Please note that this is not a Public Fund-Raising Exercise and No such donation will be accepted.
For Information: As requested by our donors ( Family and Friends), the amount of each person’s donation will be kept confidential. Surplus funds will be used to aid beneficiaries whom have come to us directly for help beyond the project’s scope.
​If you require the necessary info for clarifications purposes, please email the project lead [email protected] and we will be happy to share the information with the relevant stakeholders.

Our Homemade Cookie Angels

Festive cookies are essential in every household and the making of it with the exchange of recipes made with love and joy is part of the spirit of Deepavali/Diwali. While it may be easier and quicker to buy them, we believe that nothing compares to the essence of homemade cookies. This page is dedicated to the hard work of our bakers who made a whopping total of 1026 bottles this year! We set a National Record for the most number of homemade cookies for a cause which would not have been possible without the 145 bakers who came on board our project. From the team of LHLH and our beneficiaries, we thank each and every one of you for your heart filled, yummy-in-the-tummy cookies!
 
 
 
 

Usage of funds from 2017 Donations

1.Akila
2.Akshara Thiru
3.Alena Ch’ng
4.Alisa Suhaime
5.Amrita Dhillon
6.Anagha Nagpal
7.Andrea
8.Angeline Tay
9.Angie Yap
10.Ann
11.Apple Silverio
12.Baljeet Kaur
13.Barbara
14.Bela
15.Caroline Cheng
16.Catherine Chew
17.Catherine Lim
18.Catherine Tay
19.Cathryn Vincent
20.Cecilia Koh
21.Chai Siew Khim
22.Chris
23.Christine Huang
24.Cindy
25.Claire Soon
26.Denise
27.Doreen Lim
28.Edith
29.Eileen Lee
30.Ellen Tan
31.Eslynn Soo
32.Felicia
33.Feralyn
34.Fiona
35.Gayathri
36.Gaye Rayney-Victor
37.Grace Tham
38.Guna
39.Hafizah Zainuddin
40.Haresh Raju
41.Harsha
42.Harwin
43.Hin Liat
44.Hui Min
45.Iswarna Sree
46.Jacelyn
47.Jacintha Chua (JC)
48.Jan Liow
49.Jane
50.Janice Ling
51.Janicia
52.Jannavie Kaur Dhillon
53.Jasmine
54.Jaymee Gam
55.Jervyn
56.Jessy Lim
57.Joey
58.Jona Xu
59.Josephine Koh
60.Josephine Long
61.Josephine Ng
62.Josie Wang
63.Jugwinder Kaur
64.Juliana Anthony
65.Julie Lau
66.Junezsa
67.Katherine Koh
68.Keleen Ng
69.Kiky Ng
70.Kim Lee
71.Kokilavani Shanmugam
72.Kyrine
73.Laavanya Param
74.Lai-Yee
75.Lela kaur
76.LH Yeo
77.Liana Gurung
78.Linda Lim
79.Liza
80.Lynette Tan
81.Lynn
82.Maaya Mathialagan
83.Madeline
84.Mangai
85.Mani
86.Manisha
87.Mano
88.Martina Tan
89.Mary Anne
90.Michelle Soh
91.Msl Jayantthi
92.Nanthinii Yegam
93.Natalia Dhanya Lourdesamy
94.Natesh Raj Elansezhiyan
95.Nur Wahidah
96.Nuraisha Anis
97.Poha Cupcakes & Pastries (Fiona & Anita)
98.Ponmozhi Sembian
99.Pris
100.Priscilla & Sock
101.Quack Yi Yang
102.Rebecca
103.Renga Naidu
104.Rubini B
105.Ruth
106.Sandra
107.Sandra Chua
108.Sandra Lim
109.Sangeetha Segar
110.Sanjieve Segaran
111.Santha
112.Serene
113.Serene Koh
114.Shanthi
115.Sharannya
116.Sharon
117.Sharon Seng
118.Shelly Hoe
119.Sheryl Shen
120.Shirley
121.Shyama
122.Siti Mudzakker
123.Sonia
124.Sonya Kaur Gill
125.Suguna
126.Suhaila Seker
127.Surbhi Verma
128.Susan Liang
129.Swrna Rubni
130.Sy Yong
131.Tan Mui Siew
132.Tan Suat Pheng (SP in short)
133.Teo Cindy
134.Teo Hui Min
135.Teresa Teow
136.Vahini Elansezhiyan
137.Valerie Tham
138.Vani
139.Vasugi
140.Vigneswari
141.Wendy Khoo
142.Wendy Phoa
143.Ying Ying
144.Yvonne
145.Ziqian