About Campaign

ends 06 Sep 2019, 11:59 PM
Last year, Boys' Town launched its first Emmanuel Service Festival in memory of our late Brother Emmanuel. To continue the spirit of giving, Boys' Town will be having our yearly Emmanuel Service Festival on 6 September. Please click on this link to find out more about our late Brother Emmanuel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wj0hhG7aea4

This initiative is to provide a meaningful platform for our youths and staff to pay tribute to Brother Emmanuel by giving back to the community. Through the Emmanuel Service Festival, we hope to bring joy to others with small acts of kindness.

In the month of September, we will be providing food rations to the needy families residing at Toa Payoh Central.

Your kind contribution will go towards supporting the Emmanuel Service Festival and all donations (if applicable) will be entitled to 2.5 times tax deduction

Thank you for your support.

About the Charity

Boys' Town is a charity founded by the Montfort Brothers of St. Gabriel in 1948. We first began as a residential care for war-torn orphans, imparting education and life skills to them. Over the years, we have expanded to provide a continuum of services and become a one-stop children and youth centre. Boys' Town's services now include residential, fostering, youth outreach, adventure therapy and clinical intervention.

Boys' Town serves both boys and girls, from infants to young adults. We help children and youth who come from disadvantaged and disengaged families who may have faced hardship resulting from difficult home situations, financial struggles, abandonment, and abuse. Each year, Boys' Town works with close to 2,000 children and youths.

With 72 years dedicated to the social mission, Boys' Town equips the children and youths in need with the skills they need to become socially integrated, responsible and contributing members of society.

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Lorraine Koenitz, Contact Person