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ends 31 Dec 2018, 11:59 PM
Clarity Singapore together with the Sylvia McCully School of Dancing will be presenting a charity Christmas ballet - Celebrating Christmas with Hope on 21 & 22 December at the Kallang Theatre. This fundraising effort will enable Clarity to start 2 new programmes for youth and women suffering from post-natal depression, as well as share the joy of Christmas with the less fortunate.

Sylvia McCully trained at the Royal Ballet School in London and has represented Singapore in numerous performances in the region. She has also choreographed for the combined schools' choir for over a dozen National Day parades. Being passionate about dance and having taught ballet to over 7000 students since 1980, Sylvia frequently gives back to our community through charity performances, whilst also creating the opportunity for her students to perform.

Clarity Singapore was set up in 2010 under the auspices of Caritas (the charitable arm of the Catholic Church) to assists persons suffering from mental illnesses, regardless of race, religion or nationality. In addition to individual counselling by psychologists and counsellors, Clarity also provides group therapy and regularly conducts talks and workshops on topics related to mental health. Since its inception more than 7 years ago, it has provided counselling to more than 1750 clients, and conducted over 200 workshops and seminars attended by more than 3000 participants from all walks of life.

About the Charity

Clarity Singapore is a mental health charity that aims to assist persons struggling with or recovering from mental illness find hope and acceptance. We provide community-based intervention through counselling and workshops to help persons with mental illness overcome their difficulties, regain independent living skills, self-confidence and integrate back into the community.

As a Catholic Charity, we serve all, regardless of religion, race or nationality. Clarity is a member organisation of Caritas Singapore and National Council of Social Services. Our services are located in Yishun and Toa Payoh.
Early intervention is important for a successful recovery from mental illness. It costs $40 to support 1 counselling session and $200 to organise a workshop. Your generous donation will help us achieve our goals to help the marginalized.


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