Our Campaign Story

ends 26 Oct 2018, 11:59 PM

Join us in a movement to give children a good start in life.
Bright Horizons Fund enables children from low income families to receive quality pre-school education and positive classroom experiences.

We support pre-school children from low income families with Gross Household Income less than $3,500 per month or per capita income of less than $875 per month through our programmes:

- Financial Assistance Scheme
Subsidy for childcare fees, uniforms, field trips, graduation packages

- Read to Reach programmes
Literacy Intervention Programme for Kindergarten 1 Children who have been identified as reading-at-risk

- My Schoolbag Project
Giving children stationery, voucher and schoolbag for graduating Kindergarten 2 children

- You're Special
Birthday cakes for our children on their special day

- Family and School Together
E ducation tour for family bonding and home-school partnership for children from low income families

- Classroom Support Programme
Classroom Co-Facilitators to support children with learning / behavioural issues in class

-You've Got Talent
Sports and art programmes to nurture children's talent and self esteem.


Thank you very much for your support in giving children equal start in life.

About The Charity

Established by NTUC First Campus Co-operative Limited in 2008, The Bright Horizons Fund (BHF) enables children from low income families to receive quality pre-school education and positive classroom experiences.

Studies have shown that exposure to quality pre-school education has a powerful influence in nurturing a child's potential success. Children from low income families who receive assistance in their early years do better in school, which in turn creates a positive effect in their adulthood. BHF hopes that with early intervention, the funds can help these children break out of their current circumstances by giving them a good start in life.

FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Families