Special Assistance Fund for Children with Special Needs

by Fei Yue Community Services


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About Campaign

ends 06 Aug 2017, 11:59 PM

The "Special Assistance Fund" at Fei Yue Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC) is set aside specifically to help children like Nur Qistina (You may read her story on our Facebook). The Fund helps families like hers with school bus and transport fees, and helps defray programme-related costs (e.g. books and materials, EIPIC fees, fees for outings), so that each child with special needs receives uninterrupted early intervention and therapy services at our centre, in spite of their family's financial difficulties.

Fei Yue EIPIC seeks to provide quality intervention services for children with conditions such as Autism, Development Delays, Down Syndrome and other forms of special needs. Research evidence shows that early intervention helps children with special needs to cope with their developmental difficulties and improve future outcomes. We believe no child should miss out on an early intervention opportunity simply because of their family's financial situation. Please join us today to help these children by donating to our Special Assistance Fund!

About NPO

Fei Yue Community Services is a non-profit voluntary welfare organisation with the mission to effect life transformation through the provision of quality social services. We are committed to serving and reaching out to the needy in Singapore through diverse services and programmes catered to the needs of different client populations. We believe in promoting social development among all ages, advocating strong family ties in the society and inculcating the spirit of volunteerism in the community.

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