About Campaign

ends 24 Jul 2018, 11:59 PM
Dear Friends,

Peace and Blessings to all. It's no secret that we have many low income young families living in rental blocks today.

Families with 1 to 6 kids or more, are surviving on monthly household incomes of between $800 to $1,800. Many are single mothers, whilst others are awaiting the release of their imprisoned spouses.

With these sort of demographics at hand, FREE FOOD FOR ALL is gearing up to launch a monthly breakfast for kids programme in rental blocks in Singapore.

Adequate and regular nutrition is key for the children's healthy growth and development. We hope that these kids can be of healthier minds and bodies to study better, and help break the yoke of poverty for their families in the future.

The breakfast pack for kids will comprise of wholegrain cereal, UHT milk and dried fruits amongst others. The recipients will be children between the ages of 4-12 years of age, in families with combined household income of less than $1500 per month.

For JUST $1.00 a day, you can be part of our continued efforts to provide healthy, nutritious breakfasts to less privileged children.

Along with our partners on the ground, we hope to join hands with the greater community to help us fund this program for the longer term.

Thank you for the support.

Yours truly,

Nizar aka Bigbear
[email protected]

About the Charity

Free Food for All (FFFA) had given out more then 500,000 meals since its inception in early 2015.

FFFA is meant for everyone and anyone who needs a meal. However, we provide special emphasis to the elderly, disabled and financially distressed. We hope that by fulfilling a basic human need for food, they will be empowered to take action and raise themselves out of poverty. We also believe that our project has the potential to foster a more gracious society and strengthen community spirit especially between neighbours.

We are hopeful and optimistic that FFFA, with the gracious help of the community, can run entirely on contributions from members of the public.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Children & Youth
Social Service

Nizar Bin Mohd Shariff, Contact Person