Our Campaign Storyends 31 Dec 2016, 11:59 PM
At Isentia, we want to help end poverty in Singapore and strive to improve the lives of our community especially the children in need. Isentia recently did the "Mannequin Challenge" to raise funds for the less fortunate. In this season of giving, we would like to extend our invite to you and appreciate your support in this campaign. Every little thought and contribution counts to paint a bigger picture. #makeachange
Every dollar raised will go to Beyond Social Services, an organisation that helps financially disadvantaged children and youths by preparing them to become responsible adults who will manage their households.
We aim to raise $500 or higher through this campaign. Your generosity will help our next generation in need and benefit our community. Thank you!
Singapore is one of the richest nations in the world and yet 1 in 10 Singaporean families lives on less than $1500 a month. Our 5,000 volunteers and 3,670 caregivers work with these families so they become less reliant on social welfare and work towards a better future for themselves and the more than 5,500 disadvantages youths within these families. Help us end their poverty. Help us help them. Every little bit, however small, makes a difference.
Beyond serves disadvantaged young people and their families to move them beyond their problems. We want to develop young people who respect the law, value education and seek to become responsible persons.
Keeping young lives on track is about building a community where they can grow, contribute and believe that they are a part of. Beyond works to build inclusive communities where young people, local neighbourhoods, and wider society, can come together to share their gifts and cooperate on resolving their issues.
We value inter-organisational collaboration & will steadily expand by building networks of individuals and organisations that contribute towards our vision. We believe that our target group always benefits when more members of the community take an active interest in their well-being.