About Campaign

ends 01 Aug 2020, 11:59 PM
Staying home isn't as simple as it sounds, especially for vulnerable individuals & families. Without support, staying 'home' during this COVID-19 outbreak can adversely affect the livelihood, well-being, or recovery process of the single-parent families we serve, ex-offenders residing in our halfway house, and teenage girls recovering from the trauma of abuse in our residential treatment centre.

The donation of your $600 Solidarity Payment or otherwise will provide these vulnerable populations with 3 types of 'Safe-At-Home' Kits:

Kit A will provide ex-offenders with:
+ Essentials & Meals
+ Prepaid Top-up Card

Kit B will provide single-parent families with:
+ Groceries & Essentials (with Delivery)
+ Home-based Resources to Engage Children

Kit C will provide recovering teenage girls with:
+ E-Book Reader (compatible with NLB's eResources)

These Kits aim to support the living expenses & well-being of single parent families and ex-offenders who are struggling to cope with a loss of jobs or income due to COVID-19. They will also support the mental health of teenage girls recovering from the trauma of abuse, by meaningfully engaging them during this challenging period.

Thank you for helping the vulnerable at HCSA stay #SafeAtHome during COVID-19!

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


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