About Campaign

ends 04 Jul 2018, 11:59 PM
Boys' Town has set up Sanctuary Care, a fostering service to provide temporary care and shelter for vulnerable children who require family-based care in the community. These are children as young as newborns who are unable to remain with their natural families for the time being due to various reasons such as absent parents or the danger of abuse and neglect.

We are fortunate to have foster parents dedicating their time and resources to foster these children. To support them, we hope to provide diapers and infant milk formula.

We seek your support through cash donations or donation of items in the form of diapers and infant milk formula. Should you choose to donate in cash, the money will be designated to the purchase of the aforementioned items. Cash donations are eligible to 250% tax deduction (if applicable).

Please support our campaign and donate generously.

For donation of the items, please contact Rajan Martin via [email protected] or call 66905425.

For more information about Sanctuary Care, please visit www.sanctuarycare.org

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 1,500 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.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Children & Youth
Social Service

Lorraine Koenitz, Contact Person