How Your Donation Makes a Difference
can provide 1 day of meals for a child so they have a balanced diet and grow up healthy.
can provide 1 month of programmes for a child to build self-esteem and recover from past trauma.
can provide tuition for up to 2 children struggling with school work.
can provide for 1 day of meals for our 80 children and youth.
Our Campaign Storyends 31 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM
Coming from a broken family wasn't easy.
My parents divorced when I was around 6 years old and since then, my brothers and I learned to be independent from a very young age. There were many struggles we faced growing up because we don't come from a normal family.
Fortunately, I am blessed with many nice friends and mentors who guided and supported me whenever we need help, be it financially, emotionally or spiritually.
Things weren't fortunate for my peers who have similar backgrounds as me. They came from a background where their family cannot provide for them, abusive or even dysfunctional.
They often turn to the wrong people for help and I realized this was a vicious cycle and we can do something to help them.
This is the reason why I have come forward to raise funds for Chen Su Lan Methodist Home where they provide shelter, care and protection to boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 21 years old who come from low income, broken, dysfunctional or abusive families in Singapore.
There are around 80 of them and I believe there are more children out there who need our help.
Join me in the mission to raise funds for them so they can grow up and become happy and responsible members of their family and community.
The future is in our hands.
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.