Our Campaign Story

ends 27 Nov 2021, 11:59 PM

The CareLibrary team would like to share with you a fundraising campaign that we will be embarking on. Our goal is to donate a minimum of $25 to CCSS monthly from June to December 2021.

The funds raised will go to empower the lives of the beneficiaries whom CCSS serves.

We want to spread love by blessing and empowering the lives of our beneficiaries!

About Campaign

"No act of kindness no matter how small is put to waste." -- Aesop

With $25, you can have a nice meal at the cafe, check out your Shopee Cart or buy the latest sneakers. But, have you thought about how $25 can also make a difference in someone's life? With $25, you can support CCSS to provide seven children with wholesome meals, five seniors with cognitively engaging activities, or support one youth with academic materials! It only takes 5 mins to spend your money more meaningfully!

CCSS is celebrating 25 years of empowering generations and we are on a mission to raise $250,000 to support the work CCSS does for our community. For us to empower the generations of tomorrow, we start by empowering a generation of givers today. Be part of CCSS 25 for 25 for a better world!

About The Charity

CCSS is called to serve the community and to influence and equip individuals and families for empowered living through all generations.

Our goal is to empower people who will then in turn transform the lives of those around them through service and outreach. Our volunteers attempt to work with and inspire people from all walks of life in Singapore, regardless of race, religion or background. We see ourselves as part of a vibrant network of active partnerships, actively matching the needs of individuals and families in the community with individuals and organisations who want to donate.

All donations to CCSS will be used to create a meaningful impact on the lives of the people in the community who need it the most.

Catch a glimpse of what we stand for and be inspired by our life stories. Visit our website!

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Community
Elderly
Families