About Campaign

ends 31 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM
Christmas is around the corner. While we are celebrating this special festive season with our family and loved ones, let's not forget the less privileged families who are struggling to make ends meet.

As part of our Project Hope initiative, we facilitated a collaboration between our seniors from Cornerstone Senior Centre and student beneficiaries from our School Allowance programme to create plush toys for fundraising purpose. These 11 special limited-edition plush toys are especially handmade with socks. You can now do your part for charity and purchase the toy at $180 each.

Visit the links below to make your purchase:
- https://tinyurl.com/plushtoys1
- https://tinyurl.com/plushtoys2

Sale proceeds from each toy will be used to provide groceries for a low-income family of 6 for a month. For those who like to give without any toy purchase, you can donate any preferred amount to support this fundraising cause.


About Project Hope
We launched Project Hope in April this year to offer practical financial assistance and spread messages of hope and encouragement to the less privileged families. For two months in April and May, we have disbursed a total of $28,000 to over 140 low-income households. There are still a lot of people in our community who we can reach out to impact and change lives, and we need your support!

About the Charity

Cornerstone Community Services (CCS) empowers families to become strong pillars of society through financial, social and emotional support. Our goal is to equip each member, from young aspiring couples to well-experienced grandparents, with practical life skills and knowledge. For this reason, our programmes centre around providing family life education, financial assistance, befriending & support services, and counselling & case management. CCS also has two community hubs located at Ang Mo Kio (a seniors' activities centre) and Katong respectively.

FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN

Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Community
Elderly
Families