How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$30 provides ten days of water, gas and electricity to one elderly resident. Thank you very much!
$60 provides one day of overall care and support to one elderly resident. Thank you very much!
$250 provides four hours of professional physiotherapy to all our residents, encouraging them to be physically active, mobile and independant. Thank you very much!
$300 provides four hours of professional counselling care to all our residents, keeping them emotionally and mentally healthy. Thank you very much!
Our Campaign Storyends 31 Dec 2021, 11:59 PM
Hi Reader! I'm Buddy, a Samoyed-Husky mix from sunny Singapore. I'm so patriotic that I'll be turning one this National Day, 9th August 2021. To celebrate my first birthday and Singapore's 56th, I'd like to give back to our society by raising funds for St. John's Home for Elderly Persons, so please join my campaign!
Looking back on this past year, I've been so blessed to be surrounded by my hoomans who shower me with so much love and wholeheartedly welcomed me into their home, which is where I'll be furever. However, it is important to recognize that there are elderlies who face certain family situations or financial challenges, and hence require the Home's services.
St. John's Home for Elderly Persons is open to all regardless of race or creed, which reminds me of my family. My brothers, Benji and Bowie, are a Standard Poodle and Saint Bernard respectively, and despite being different breeds, we are all loved equally and live harmoniously in the same house.
I chose this Home as the beneficiary as they are not a Government-subvented Home and depend largely on the public's generosity to enable them to continue their work as a Registered Charity. More importantly, I love what they stand for and I hope you do too.
About The Charity
Established in December 1958, St. John's Home for Elderly Persons is a Sheltered Home for elderly persons who are ambulant and aged above 60.
Our Mission is to provide shelter and care to meet the physical and spiritual needs of elderly persons who have no home and no children or close relatives with adequate resources to care for them.
The Home is open to all regardless of race or creed.
We are not a Government-subvented Home and depend largely on the public's generosity to enable us to continue our work. Your donations will be greatly appreciated.