How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$10 will give children the opportunity to grow academically and non-academically
$50 will develop the skills and attitudes needed for youth to become contributing leaders in their community
$100 will support families to cooperate and make decisions for their child's best interests
$200 will enable neighbours to resolve neighbourhood issues in a peaceful, and collaborative manner
About Campaignends 31 Dec 2018, 11:59 PM
Because of their financial and social backgrounds, many Singaporean children begin their formal education behind their peers. Instead of Primary One being the exciting start of their educational journey, it is the beginning of an uphill struggle - one that gets harder each year.
To help even things up, Beyond Social Services set up the Healthy Start Child Development Centre (HSCDC) to provide high-quality holistic pre-school education and the critical support of professional social workers. Through our HSCDC, we create an environment that involves family, teachers, students and the community in a focused effort to give the infants, toddlers and children we serve a chance to succeed academically.
Will you help us level the playing field, so all Singaporean children have a fair chance at success?
Please donate what you can.
About the Charity
Beyond serves disadvantaged young people and their families to move them beyond their problems. We want to develop young people who respect the law, value education and seek to become responsible persons.
Keeping young lives on track is about building a community where they can grow, contribute and believe that they are a part of. Beyond works to build inclusive communities where young people, local neighbourhoods, and wider society, can come together to share their gifts and cooperate on resolving their issues.
We value inter-organisational collaboration & will steadily expand by building networks of individuals and organisations that contribute towards our vision. We believe that our target group always benefits when more members of the community take an active interest in their well-being.