About Campaign

ends 31 Mar 2016, 11:59 PM
Give Hope is a fund-raising initiative by DaySpring challenging YOU to take action and raise awareness to support teenage girls who have suffered physical and sexual abuse, as well as vulnerable pregnant women and their new-born babies.

DaySpring restores these women and girls, so they can live a life of dignity, purpose and hope.

In addition to your financial support, we are collecting Messages of Hope for the brave women and girls of DaySpring. We need you to unite your voice with ours to tell them that the community is behind them.

Messages of Hope will be given to...
...the young girl who was repeatedly sexually abused
...the pregnant woman who was abandoned by her family
...the teenager who cannot forget her painful past

If you've ever received a heartfelt letter during a difficult time, you know just how powerful a message of kindness and hope can be.

Write a Message of Hope on our Facebook Wall today! (add in link to FB Page)

About the Charity

HCSA Community Services, a charitable organisation with the Institution of A Public Character (IPC) status and a member of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS), started in 1996 as a halfway house for recovering drug addicts and ex-offenders. Today, our work has expanded to include teenage girls who have experienced the complex trauma of abuse and single parents with limited support. As a family of dedicated staff, volunteer teams and corporate and community partners, we continue to serve some of the most vulnerable in society to give them a future and a hope. Our mission to empower these vulnerable populations is achieved through our signature programmes: HCSA Highpoint - Helping Ex-Offenders Rebuild Lives; HCSA Dayspring Residential Treatment Centre - Giving Hope to Abused Teenage Girls; HCSA Dayspring SPIN (Single Parents INformed, INvolved, INcluded) - Empowering Single Parents with Limited Support; HCSA Academy - Preparing Workplace Ready Professionals


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Children & Youth
Women & Girls