Hotel Re! @ Pearl’s Hill rolls out Wedding Couples Charity Donation Programme in Partnership with Singapore Cancer Society

Singapore, April 2015 – Share the gift of love with everyone by spreading the joy of your wedding in a meaningful way! In partnership with Singapore Cancer Society, Hotel Re! @ Pearl’s Hill has launched the inaugural Wedding Couples Charity Donation Programme to encourage monetary contribution back to the society for the needy.

Instead of distributing individual wedding favours to guests at wedding banquets, wedding couples can now choose to take up the new programme and put the value of their wedding favours to a charitable cause. For every confirmed guest at the wedding banquet, the hotel will commit $1 to Singapore Cancer Society in replacement of the complimentary wedding favour.


Donation will be consolidated annually before a presentation of total donation amount to Singapore Cancer Society which they will be utilizing the fund for programmes and services such as cancer research, free cancer screening, rehabilitation support and hospice home care for terminally-ill cancer patients.  The Hotel has committed a minimum sum of S$5,000.00 to the Society.

“Cancer is the number one killer in Singapore. We may personally know multiple Cancer patients ourselves. Aligned with the hotel’s value to care for the society, we hope to play an active role to help raise funds for this selected group of people”, said Ms Jolene Chong, General Manager at Hotel Re! @ Pearl’s Hill.

The Wedding Couples Charity Donation Programme will be implemented with immediate effect. The usual wedding favours option is available for couples who do not wish to participate in the programme.


The Singapore Cancer Society is a community-based voluntary welfare organisation dedicated to minimising the impact of cancer through public education, screening, patient services, financial assistance, research and advocacy.

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