About Campaignends 28 Feb 2023, 11:59 PM
This Christmas, help make the wishes of 25 homebound seniors and other individuals or families in need come true!
Your holiday donation will also provide year-round assistance to the needy clients of Bethesda Care Services. This includes low-income families, individuals, children and seniors. It will be disbursed in the form of food rations, vouchers, and financial assistance throughout the year. The funds will also be utilized to meet immediate ad-hoc household or education needs.
The #AllIWantForChristmas (AIWFC) campaign is about making Christmas others-centred and not me or we-centred. The campaign highlights the practical household needs of low-income families and the homebound seniors.
Join us this Christmas and bless a home! Share our stories and help make Christmas others-centred.
*Any unused funds will be channeled to Bethesda Care Services programs and services so that we can continue to serve our beneficiaries. Funds raised under our AIWFC campaign will be multiplied by Tote Board under the Enhanced Fund Raising (EFR) scheme.
About the Charity
Our annual #AllIWantForChristmas campaign has begun! Support us at giving.sg/bethesda-care-services/sparkjoy.
*Donations made in support of this year's #AllIWantForChristmas spark joy campaign will qualify for donation matching by Tote Board.
We enhance the well-being of families and individuals by delivering quality and professional social services. Join us to help reach out and touch lives! Check out our volunteering opportunities to help us send meals to the frail and aged elderly staying in the East!
Bethesda Care Services (BCS) is a Social Service Agency (SSA) and a member of the National Council of Social Services (NCSS). Since our inception in 1996, we have depended on voluntary donations from individuals and organizations to run our operations and services.
We started with a vision of reaching out and meeting the needs of the community in Bedok area. Since then, BCS has been serving the children, youths, families and the elderly in need within our community.