About Campaign

ends 30 Apr 2023, 11:59 PM
Growing up, Liam's* parents were frequently absent from his life, due to their involvement in substance abuse. He was then admitted to Boys' Town when his parents were arrested for drug offences. Upon admission into Boys' Town, he had difficulties adjusting to the new setting and harboured thoughts of self-harm. The instability of his home life impacted his ability to perform in school, and Liam was unable to concentrate on his studies.

No journey is completed alone. Through his determination, along with the support and encouragement from his social worker, youth worker and counsellor at Boys' Town, Liam began to respond positively and eventually assimilated into the new environment.

Be a part of our journey in giving children like Liam a stable and loving home environment.

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*Not his real name
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Donations received from this appeal will help support Boys' Town's programmes and operations.

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 serving children and youth in-need. Boys' Town's services now include residential care, 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 over 1,000 children and youths.

With 74 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.

All qualifying donations are eligible for 250% tax deduction (if applicable).

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