Donation box takings fall as shoppers go cashless

There are more than 30 of the Suzy doll, an iconic donation box by the Cerebral Palsy Alliance of Singapore, at places including NTUC FairPrice branches and Subway outlets. The charity plans to place 30 more dolls islandwide.
There are more than 30 of the Suzy doll, an iconic donation box by the Cerebral Palsy Alliance of Singapore, at places including NTUC FairPrice branches and Subway outlets. The charity plans to place 30 more dolls islandwide.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM

SINGAPORE - A life-sized doll of a girl wearing a blue dress and a leg brace stands in one corner, with a teddy bear in one hand and a donation box in the other.

You might have seen one of these Suzy Dolls before, which are placed in various shops to help collect donations for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS).

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