Support A Senior

by AMKFSC Community Services

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About Campaign

ends 06 Oct 2017, 12 AM

Stories of isolation among seniors are a common occurrence. Lacking family support and social activities, they are left to face the four walls of their homes.

Madam Tan* had been through it, "I mostly stay at home, since I could barely get out. My family is not with me either. I think I would have died alone". This is just one of the stories among our seniors.

Each year, COMNET Senior Services under AMKFSC supports vulnerable and low-income seniors to live independently and actively in the community. It aims to empower seniors to seek life satisfaction with the support of community resources. But this would not be possible without the support of partners like you.

With your support, we can change the script in their stories.

About NPO

Founded in 1978, AMKFSC Community Services Ltd. ("AMKFSC") is a community-based social service agency, which provides a holistic range of services to support children, youths, families and seniors in multiple touchpoints across Singapore. AMKFSC operates four family service centres across Ang Mo Kio, Sengkang and Punggol. We also provide other support services such as student care, senior services, a youth centre, mental health support programmes and a family resource centre at Changi Prison. For more information, please visit http://www.amkfsc.org.sg

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