About Campaign

ends 31 Mar 2022, 11:59 PM
GIVE HOPE. To someone who has reached the end of the road. To a couple locked in conflict. You can give hope where there seems to be none.

Watch the video and get to appreciate the power behind the ability to GIVE HOPE.

The heart work of mending broken individuals, couples, and families needs a safe space, skilled and sensitive care professionals, and a team of people rooting for them and supporting the process. Our work at Eagles Mediation & Counselling Centre Ltd (EMCC) of restoring lives and relationships takes time, devotion, expertise, and requires the resources to sustain it, and to subsidise the care of those who cannot afford it.

The funds raised through the GIVE HOPE project will enable us to provide subsidy for clients who have need of it for the professional services we offer, and will also go towards our organisation's overheads.

About the Charity

Since our establishment in 1997, EMCC has endeavoured to bring hope to broken relationships. We believe the Singaporean society at large benefits from the development of strong marriages and healthy families.

For couples and families who want to repair or strengthen their relationships, EMCC uses evidence-based methodologies to help them manage conflicts healthily and improve their relationships. This is done through our range of services: mediating disputes, providing marital and family counselling, and conducting educational workshops. We are also actively developing upstream initiatives towards the prevention and early detection of psycho-emotional and relational problems.

EMCC is one of the few agencies with the expertise to be a one-stop centre for relational restoration and wellness. We provide both mediation and psycho-therapy as a holistic and integrated approach to addressing relational disputes or difficulties.

Eagles Mediation & Counselling Centre Ltd - EMCC - is a registered charity, a full member of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS), and an approved Institution of Public Character (IPC).


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Tan Chong Yaw, Contact Person