About Campaign

ends 31 Mar 2016, 11:59 PM
They say age is just a number; that it’s all in the mind and about being young at heart.

Can we do that, really?

Age brings changes to all of us: Hormonal changes, age-related afflictions, empty nest syndrome or depression stemming from a loss of purpose or the death of a spouse. We can’t avoid growing old, but we don’t want to be reduced to a shadow of our former selves. Imagine the mental and psychological impact that will have on any one of us. If we look within our family, we may have seen that in our grandparents or parents, and it is always heart breaking.

Helping the aged stay fit mentally and physically is a key concern. Local support systems such as O’Joy’s community-centred programme and counselling services can provide the care and support for older persons to experience their ageing process not as a burden, but as a golden phase of their lives to be savoured.

Help senior citizens prepare their minds and hearts to stay young and begin a new chapter in their lives.

About the Charity

To address issues of ageing, O'Joy Care Services was founded in early 2004 by a group of social workers and professional counsellors to provide for the psychological and social welfare of elderly, and to promote healthy ageing.

O'Joy refers to "Oceans of Joy". We hope to bring oceans of joy to all we serve.

We provide a safe environment where our professional counsellors can counsel the elderly, or any individuals who have issues with an elderly regarding issues such as relationship issues, grief and loss, and caregiver stress.

These services, which are in English, Mandarin, Malay, and local dialects, are provided at our centre or in the comforts of their homes.

Only with proper help and intervention can we help our clients overcome such difficulties before it spirals into bigger problems that may cause them to be displaced from their family, home or even themselves.

We very much depend on your support and donation to continue providing for our elderly.

Thank you for empowering us to continue serving elderly persons in need.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Social Service

Choo Jin Kiat, Contact Person