About Campaign

ends 31 Mar 2022, 11:59 PM
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Contrary to popular belief, it's not easy being a kid these days. Imagine growing up in a pandemic-ridden world where new opportunities are immensely hard to come by, especially without the right support.

Unfortunately, children from socially disadvantaged families - such as our Spright Academy students - are the hardest hit. Many of them lack academic, social-emotional or financial support at home, and the Covid-19 pandemic has only made things worse.

Not only have many of their parents lost their jobs and livelihoods, the shift to home-based learning has also caused them to miss out on learning opportunities due to lack of access to digital resources.

While some may scoff at "kids these days" for being too soft, out-of-touch, or hard to understand, we believe that these children have what it takes to realise their potential and be more than what society perceives them to be.

That's why this campaign aims to support Spright Academy's efforts to provide vulnerable children with a safe, caring and conducive environment for their socio-emotional, physical and intellectual development.

With your support, we can bring hope to underprivileged children so that #KidsTheseDays can live up to their fullest potential - no matter what!

#SGCares #GivingWeekSG #CityofGood

About the Charity

Founded in 1978, AMKFSC Community Services Ltd. ("AMKFSC") is a leading community-based social service agency, which provides a comprehensive range of services to support various beneficiaries over multiple touchpoints across Singapore. AMKFSC operates four family service centres in Ang Mo Kio, Sengkang and Punggol, and offers other support services such as student care centres, senior service, specialised services for youth and young persons, and community mental health and wellness programmes.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Children & Youth

Jeanette Chong, Contact Person