How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Provide a care pack of masks, soap & hand sanitisers
Contribute to tuition support via virtual communication tools
Help vulnerable families with household expenses
Sponsor a meal for residents in Melrose Home
About Campaignends 31 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM
During this challenging period, Children's Aid Society is committed to support our clients, residents and families as best as we can:
- Melrose Care's clinician team continues to provide counselling and therapy to help individuals and families in need, and support clients using our phone line and virtual communication tools.
- Melrose Home remains in operation as an essential residential care service to safeguard the welfare of children and youth at high risk of abuse. Our team of staff are on the front-line and engage residents daily. They coordinate our residents' home-based learning, provide socio-emotional support and ensure residents' health are prioritised. Therapy and recreation are also organised while adhering to safe-distancing practices.
However, we are facing a difficult financial year with donations on a significant decline. We hope to appeal to the generosity of our community to help sustain our programmes and services. The donations would help us to tide through this trying period and signify support for our residents, clients and families. #SGUnited
For more info on how CAS is supporting our community, follow us @ Facebook.com/childrensaidsociety!
About the Charity
Established in 1902, Children's Aid Society is amongst Singapore's oldest, secular philanthropic organisations supporting disadvantaged children, youth, and families.
Through Children's Aid Society's two services, Melrose Home (35 Boon Lay Avenue) and Melrose Care (Blk 557, #01-63, Woodlands Drive 53), the Society aims to provide a holistic range of residential care, specialized therapy, and psychological services to support and empower the most vulnerable in our community through their challenges of adverse family circumstances, family violence, and child neglect.
Find out more on www.childrensaidsociety.org.sg
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