Mission 40-40-40: Ashram

by Dharmendra Yadav

for HEB-Ashram Halfway House


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ends 31 Oct 2017, 11:59 PM

I am raising S$40,000 for 40 charities by the time I turn 40 in 2017. Simply put, 40k for 40 by 40! I have already donated S$4,000 of my own funds to these charities and I hope you will participate in this effort. This charity is one of the 40 beneficiaries. Thank you for helping to make this difference.

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The objectives of HEB-Ashram Halfway House are: (a) To assist in the rehabilitation and reintegration into society of penal offenders, probationers, drug addicts, residents and clients of halfway houses who are Singaporeans/Permanent Residents from the Hindu/Indian and other communities in Singapore: (b) In Furtherance of the above objective. HEB-Ashram Halfway House may do all such things which are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the objective, and particularly as follows: (i) rehabilitation programmes including but not limited to those based on religious (Hindu) teachings; (ii) social counseling programmes and case work management to address the psycho-social. physiological, emotional and social needs of clients, and where appropriate or to the extent possible, that of their family members; (iii) pre-care, in-care (prison counseling) and after-care programmes for clients to address the rehabilitative, developmental and re-integrative aspects of the rehabilitation process respectively; (iv) [raining programmes (academic and vocational) to develop, upgrade and strengthen the skills-set of clients for their vocation or employment and career progression; (v) meeting with the requirements and specifications of the Singapore Prisons Service and Singapore Corporation of Rehabilitative Enterprises (SCORE) to achieve the desired outcomes and to provide clients with step-down care in the community by or through collaboration with governmental and non-governmental agencies in the field of rehabilitation and integration; (vi) source, recruit and work with dedicated volunteers to provide the services set out above; and (c) To address the well-being of the community at large by engaging in such community service projects (such as Gift from the Heart).

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