About Campaign

ends 28 Feb 2017, 11:59 PM
Job opportunity is one of the most crucial factors that can enable ex-offenders and other vulnerable to stand on their own two feet. With a steady income, they will be able to fulfill fundamental needs such as housing and buying of daily necessities. Most importantly however, is recovering their self-esteem to attain a structured life filled with purpose and hope.

With this in mind, HCSA Community Services is launching a Training Kitchen to provide our beneficiaries with on-site F&B training so that they will receive SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) certification. The SSG will stand them in good stead when searching for a job, allowing them realise their own potential to be self-reliant.
HCSA is looking to raise $100,000 to furnish and equip our current kitchen to establish industrial training standards for us to be able to kick off the Training Kitchen.

We appeal to you to lend a hand in our endeavour, joining us in giving opportunities, creating possibilities for our beneficiaries.

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 Facing Limited Support;
HCSA Academy - Preparing Workplace Ready Professionals


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Children & Youth
Women & Girls