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Our Campaign Storyends 22 Nov 2021, 11:59 PM
We are a group of 5 students from National Junior College in JC1 who are looking to help WE CARE Community Services Ltd through fundraising and awareness raising from February to October 2021. Our mission is to raise awareness on the dangers of addiction to reduce rates of addiction in Singapore whilst simultaneously reducing stigma around addiction to allow those suffering from it to be more inclined to seek help. People wrongly believe that addiction is a choice and hence blame people suffering from addiction for their addiction despite evidence that states addiction as a neurological disorder. This could cause them to be in denial about their condition and choose not to seek professional help. We also wish to raise funds to better equip our SSO with resources to ameliorate the recovery process so as to allow recovering persons better reintegration into society.
About The Charity
WE CARE is an addiction and education centre that provides support for all forms of addictions and compulsive behaviours including drugs, alcohol, gambling, eating disorders, sex & love and internet & gaming.
We offer one-on-one counselling, group therapy and support groups to recovering people as well as their family, children and loved ones.
We provide a drop-in centre where recovering people can connect with new friends who will form part of their support group. Activities such as baking, art, music, language, gardening, yoga, sports activities and other healthy pursuits are offered. In this way the recovering person receives a holistic recovery program.
Workshops and courses in computer skills, English, resume writing and interviews are also conducted to prepare our beneficiaries for workplace readiness and integration back into the community.
Your donation helps WE CARE to continue providing this valuable support to the recovering community and to keep the centre and its many activities and programs going.
Thank you very much for your support.