Our Campaign Story

ends 30 Jun 2023, 11:59 PM

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Update: 1st Target of $5000 achieved, thank you! Campaign target raised to $8000 to encourage fundraising
Update: 2nd Target of $8000 achieved, thank you!

Meet Allysha, a 12-year-old author of My Miracle Ear. This local literary text portrays a young girl who is born with partial hearing loss and is passionate about playing the violin. As a young pre-teen author and her desire to be a medical doctor in the future, Allysha wants to raise the awareness of children with hearing loss and encourage inclusivity for these children; and allow them the opportunity to shine in their own respective talents.

In conjunction with World Hearing Day 2023, Allysha has kindly offered 100 copies of her book to donors who support her campaign for Canossaville Children and Community Services. The proceeds raised will go towards the Canossaville Student Care Programme which will be eligible for a further 40% matching under Tote Board's Enhanced Fund Raising Programme (EFR).

Canossaville Student Care is an integrated student care centre serving the needs of primary school-aged students from the Canossian Village. It provides an inclusive environment for playing and learning, supporting both typically developing children and those with hearing loss and learning needs.

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About Campaign

Canossaville Student Care (CSC) provides after-school care for primary school aged children. Priority is given to those from vulnerable and challenging family backgrounds.

CSC is a working proof of inclusion in action where children with hearing loss, learn and play alongside their typically developing peers in a supervised environment. Children are provided academic support and homework supervision to ensure that students stay on track to meet their learning goals.

Your donations will be used to support the programs and activities organised by the student care, impacting the lives of over 220 enrolled children. This includes, but is not limited to, the purchase of essential resources and educational materials. This will enable us to continually provide a safe and nurturing after-school environment for learning and play, allowing our students to meet both their academic and developmental goals.

Thanks to the support from Tote Board, every dollar donated to this campaign will be matched with an additional 40% and will go towards supporting the Canossaville Student Care Fund 2023 (#CSC23).

About The Charity

Canossaville Children and Community Services (Canossaville) runs Canossian Early Intervention Programme For Infants and Children (EIPIC), Canossaville Preschool, Canossaville Student Care and Canossian Child Development Unit in the Aljunied-MacPherson area.

Our programmes cater to both mainstream students, as well as those with hearing loss, giving priority to the poorest living in the lower income neighbourhoods. We are open to all faiths and races and every child is empowered to develop their God-given talents to the fullest.

Founded by the Canossian Sisters in 1941, Canossaville operates under the guidance of the Canossian Daughters of Charity. We are licensed by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) and Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA). Canossaville is also an approved Institution of a Public Character (IPC) and is authorised to receive tax-deductible donations.

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