Our Campaign Story

ends 03 May 2020, 11:59 PM

To Raise Funds for the Friends by SHINE Children and Youth Services

About Campaign

Standing in solidarity with fellow Singaporeans during these uncertain and challenging times, SHINE has developed the following Support Strategies for our Children and Youth and their Families affected by the crisis.

Our Support Strategies will be rolled-out in the following ways.

1) Grocery Voucher Support
Support SHINE clients struggling financially, to purchase essential items

2) Ready Meal Support
Provide meals to children & youth to support their HBL, especially those who relied on schools for meals before 8 April.

3) IT Resource Support
Provision of laptop/ computer/ wifi for children & youth to facilitate home-based learning

Together, we can continue to support our children and youths, ensure their thriving and development through these tough times! DONATE now!

Any excess funds raised from this campaign will be used to continue to support our SHINE programmes during this crisis.

About The Charity

SHINE Children and Youth Services has been serving underprivileged children and youths with learning and socio-emotional difficulties in Singapore since 1976. We remain committed to enabling them to overcome their challenges and maximise their potential. We do this through providing services in schools, in the community and through our centres, for children and youths who are in need of support, disadvantaged by their circumstances or present at-risk profiles. SHINE strongly believes that every child and youth has the potential to achieve and be contributing members of our society.

We serve around 5,000 students, aged 5-21 years old, each year. We aim to:
++ positively develop them with Competence, Confidence and Character
++ facilitate them to form meaningful Connections with their family and the society
++ nurture in them a Care for others
++ guide them to Steer clear of crimes while being Positively engaged in school.

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Education
Families
Social Service