How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Your gift of $50 can provide story reading sessions to help a child grow in reading for a month
Your gift of $100 can enable a youth who needs mentorship to receive after-school support for 2 months
Your gift of $300 can provide a socially isolated senior with weekly home visits and an excursion over 3 months
Your gift of $500 can allow a youth to receive 10 counselling sessions to help them receive support for their mental and emotional distress and to guide them to a journey towards recovery.
Our Campaign Storyends 31 Dec 2022, 11:59 PM
This campaign is a collaboration between Calvary Community Care and students from Saint Joseph's Institution to raise funds for the less fortunate. We aim to do so by using the money we will raise to purchase and pack gifts (such as small toys, storybooks) that will be sent to the children as a christmas gift. The purchasing, wrapping and delivery of the gifts will be managed by students from Saint Joseph's Institution under guidance from members of the Calvary Community Care.
All donations will be matched one for one by the government. $50 will bless a child with gifts and treats for Christmas, whereas the rest of the donations will go to fund the most important gift for the Children, the C3's children's literacy programmes, blessing them with reading and writing skills.
The purpose of "Let's Go and meet a need" is to rally the partners, volunteers and beneficiaries of Calvary Community Care (C3) to work together to meet the needs of those around us and fundraise for C3.
Support this cause if you would like to
- Empower young volunteers in creative initiatives for a good cause
- See collaborations from student volunteers to corporates and their collective impact
- Give opportunities to our beneficiaries to come up with ideas and meet the needs of others in spite of their own circumstances.
About The Charity
Calvary Community Care is a registered charity and member of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS) who works with children, youth and seniors.We have been conferred the Institution of a Public Character (IPC) Status since 2012. Our services centers on helping the sandwich groups - those whose needs are not met because they are less visible.
For more information, visit calvary.sg