How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$20 can buy a set of painting supplies to brighten up a 1-room rental flat in Singapore
$50 can buy 1 window to provide natural lighting & ventilation for a family building their Habitat house in Thailand
$100 can buy a brand new single-size bed frame for our vulnerable elderly & children from low-income families to have a good night's sleep
$250 can help to cover the cost of professional fumigation for our vulnerable elderly & families to have a safe & healthy home
Our Campaign Storyends 05 Feb 2018, 11:59 PM
In commemoration of my 21st birthday, I am starting a fundraising campaign in support of an initiative that is reconnecting the vulnerable elderly in our community.
A safe and healthy home is key for one to age healthily and actively. However, physical disabilities and/or mental health issues, financial difficulties, as well as the lack of social support have made it exceptionally difficult for marginalized seniors to care for themselves, let alone their homes.
Habitat for Humanity's Project HomeWorks, rehabilitates the homes of the vulnerable seniors in our community, who live alone in cluttered, unhygienic and bug-infested rental flats. Your contributions go towards the purchase of cleaning supplies and covers operation costs; it ensures the sustainability of Project HomeWorks :)
Thank you so much! Your support means the world to me and especially to those who would benefit from it.
About The Charity
Habitat for Humanity Singapore is part of an international Christian housing charity that seeks to eliminate poverty housing worldwide. Convicted that safe and affordable housing provides a path out of poverty, we have been working alongside low-income communities to increase their access to improved living conditions. Since 2004, Habitat Singapore regularly sends volunteer teams to build decent and affordable houses across Asia-Pacific. Locally, we provide intensive home-cleaning for vulnerable individuals and families so they can have a safe & sanitary place to call home. To learn more, donate or volunteer, visit habitat.org.sg