About Campaign

ends 31 Dec 2022, 11:59 PM
Help children see hope, not despair.

Children are often silently impacted during the Covid-19 pandemic, and they too require attention and care for their psychological, emotional, and mental health. Children between the ages of 7 to 12 may not be able to fully process negative emotions and events, understand why tensions arise at home, nor have access to useful coping resources.

Besides adapting and living with the pandemic, we want to continue to empower students to transition and thrive this 2022.

We are raising funds for more than 200 children from our three CareHut after-school student care centres, which are located in Stamford Primary School, Eunos Primary School, and New Town Primary School. The objectives of Project Thrive are focused on improving the mental wellness and meeting the socio-emotional needs of the students.

We aim to help students grow in resilience, reduce behavioral issues, and be equipped with social-emotional competencies to overcome their challenges. These are achieved through risk assessment, individual counselling, teacher-counsellor conferences, class workshops, parent engagement, and family bonding activities.

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!


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Children & Youth

Community Partnership, Contact Person