About Campaign

ends 31 Dec 2022, 11:59 PM
Living with the Covid-19 pandemic limits social interactions for everyone. Children from disadvantaged families sometimes struggle silently as they are cooped up at home due to parents' concerns of getting infected or parents working longer hours to bring food to the table. Children need community, life skills and meaningful activities that can engage them both online and onsite to keep them meaningfully occupied and mentally healthy during such trying times.

d'Klub is a mentoring programme provided free for children from low-income families that includes academic support, learning of life skills and character values, and building mentoring relationships in small groups.

The programme relies on sponsorships and donations to continually serve these children all year round.

Your donation will support the materials, gifts, events, delivery and manhour costs to run engaging weekly mentoring programmes across 4 centres. Join us in supporting the mentoring work of building resilience in children!

d'Klub centres: d'[email protected], d'[email protected], d'[email protected] Soon, d'[email protected]

About the Charity

CCSS is called to serve the community and to influence and equip individuals and families for empowered living through all generations.

Our goal is to empower people who will then in turn transform the lives of those around them through service and outreach. Our volunteers attempt to work with and inspire people from all walks of life in Singapore, regardless of race, religion or background. We see ourselves as part of a vibrant network of active partnerships, actively matching the needs of individuals and families in the community with individuals and organisations who want to donate.

All donations to CCSS will be used to create a meaningful impact on the lives of the people in the community who need it the most.

Catch a glimpse of what we stand for and be inspired by our life stories. Visit our website!


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Children & Youth
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