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Our Campaign Storyends 20 Nov 2018, 11:59 PM
Together, let's do our part for the children and youth who will benefit from the safe shelter and quality therapeutic programmes provided by Chen Su Lan Methodist Children's Home!
Your contribution today will positively shape the future outcomes (health, emotional, educational, occupational etc) and be felt in these children's lives for many years to come... someone cares, and that will be you :)
This year, Chen Su Lan Methodist Children's Home celebrates 50 years of providing Care, Shelter and Love to children and youth whose families face difficulties in providing them with a safe and nurturing environment.
We would like to invite everyone to be part of our very first flag day in celebration of an important milestone by creating awareness about what we do and raising funds to support us in healing and nurturing every child to their full potential.
How you can help the children that reside in our Home:
- Make a donation on this page
- Volunteer as at our Flag Day
Individuals can sign up here: bit.ly/CSLMCHFlagDay
Groups can sign up here: bit.ly/CSLMCHFlagDayGroup
- Tell your friends about us and this Flag Day event
Follow us on Facebook for news and updates: fb.com/cslmch
Thank you for helping these Children who come from low income, broken, dysfunctional or abusive families. Every effort makes a difference in the lives of our children!
About The Charity
Our Home receives children from complex family backgrounds of abuse and neglect. Our goal is to transform these children into happy and responsible members of their respective families and the community at large. Besides providing shelter and basic needs for the residents, the Home has a holistic approach towards meeting the emotional & psychological needs of the children through activities and programmes recommended by educators and professionals. Although the Home receives funding, it is insufficient to provide for this holistic approach that would enable these children to grow up to be happy and responsible members of their respective families and the community at large.