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About Campaignends 02 Jun 2018, 11:59 PM
There's something about someone that tries to greet them, which frightens many of us. It's not your approach that concerns us. Rather, it's their reaction towards you.
It's a particular kind of shooing; specifically, a mimicking of violence, involving an action much like hitting, heavy stomping, and a strong "Go! Go! Go away!".
Their reaction is not an action that we want you to see or have towards them.
They are telling and expressing somethings that we would like you to understand.
Currently, we care for 105 clients in 3 centres and the number will go up to 155 clients this year.
However, 80 to 90 percent of our clients are subsidised.
We will strive to provide the best quality service to our clients regardless their financial situation. To do this we need your help.
Your contributions to this Flag Day will go a long way in helping to lift a sizeable financial load off of us.
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About the Charity
The Christian Outreach to the Handicapped (COH) reaches out to intellectually handicapped individuals aged between 16 and 55. Many of the people we serve have either been born with, or acquired disabilities including: Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Hearing impairments, Speech handicap, Physical disabilities, and Epilepsy. We support our clients by providing day activity centres where they can experience varied and engaging programmes, tapping on their talents, abilities and interests. The programmes encourage our clients to not only develop the necessary skills to achieve independence in their day-to-day activities, but also to boost their self-esteem and confidence levels. Our goal is to help limit the divide between people that are able and those that are disabled, leading to a much needed acceptance that these individuals seek in their lives. Our organisation goes beyond simply helping these extraordinary people. We also provide their families with support, guidance and peace of mind. Our centre supplies families with time through the day that can be used for work, errands, or simply getting some rest so that they can offer the best possible support for their loved ones. As an organisation that relies on the support of donations for day-to-day operations, your contribution is greatly appreciated.