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Our Campaign Storyends 25 Sep 2021, 11:59 PM
REACH Community Services Society is a registered charity with an approved Institution of a Public Character.
This year, we're bringing back the essence of Flag Day-the spirit of community-empowering volunteers and the public to be virtual tin bearers for REACH's E-Flag Day 2021 A Pocketful of Hope! Harnessing the power of digital technology right in our pockets, the community can represent REACH as virtual tin bearers and help to spread a Pocketful of Hope on their social networks so more funds can be raised to bless the Least, the Lost and the Lonely in our community.
In view of the resurgence of the COVID-19 Pandemic, REACH Community Services' (REACH) Flag Day 2021 once again be going online! This is to keep in line with the COVID-19 restrictions for the safety of the public, volunteers and our staff. REACH will host the REACH E-Flag Day 2021 online to raise funds for the Least, the Lost and the Lonely in the community. You can donate to support at-risk youths, vulnerable seniors, low-income families and distressed couples through this, especially difficult time.
About The Charity
REACH Community Services Society was founded in 1998 by Grace Assembly of God to help the Least, the Lost, and the Lonely in the community. REACH was registered as a charitable organisation in 1999 and has been an approved Institution of Public Character (IPC) since 2009. REACH offers community programmes and services through our six touchpoints. We strive to inspire hope and empower change in vulnerable families, distressed couples, at-risk youths, and lonely seniors through our four core pillars: Family Service, Counselling Service, Youth Service and Senior Service. We aim to support families through financial assistance, casework and counselling; build lasting marriages through marital counselling; empower at-risk youths through mentoring sessions and engagement programmes; and aid our elderly to age gracefully through community projects. To find out more about the work REACH does, please visit https://www.reach.org.sg/.