About Campaign

ends 31 Mar 2021, 11:59 PM
Covid-19 has changed many things this year.

When our clients reflect on the events of the year 2020, what would their stories say? Would it be a story of social isolation and of being apart? Or would it be a story of a child with poor reading skills struggling even more to read due to the lack of exposure to the English language and home support?

With your help, we can rewrite that story. Our clients can do so much better.

Covid-19 has changed many things this year. But we are on our course to continue rewriting life stories with you

1.Children who lack exposure to English will not regress. With your help, the widening gap can be managed. We can do our part to equalise the level playing field by equipping them with readiing skills with C3's GROW

2.We will continue to build resilience in youths. With your help, we believe we can build youths who are not glued to their screens 24/7, but youths who are role models.

3.The highest surge in our counselling enquiries shows that increasingly, youths with mental health struggles are not afraid to seek help. Our professional intervention helps these youths.

4.As senior programmes stopped across the nation, seniors can feel very isolated. But with more resources, we find more ways to continue to engage them mentally, physically and socially.

Together, we can rewrite the life stories of the clients we work with Help us reverse that story, that post Covid-19 narrative.

About the Charity

Calvary Community Care is a registered charity and member of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS) who works with children, youth and seniors.We have been conferred the Institution of a Public Character (IPC) Status since 2012. Our services centers on helping the sandwich groups - those whose needs are not met because they are less visible.

For more information, visit calvary.sg


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