About Campaign

ends 19 May 2020, 11:59 PM
COVID-19 Food Support for People-In-Need

With the sudden pandemic, our beneficiaries, who experience a higher risk of financial insecurities (e.g. unemployment), need our help!

A few of our beneficiaries may lose their jobs/ unemployed because they cannot work consistently.

For our Elderly:
- KS volunteers personally transport groceries to their households.

For our Cancer Patients:
- Although it's illegal to fire someone for being ill, many underestimate how draining chemotherapy takes out of a person.
- In 2004, we introduced Holistic Support for People affected by Cancer (HSPC). With their steep medical bills and rising food expenses, our charity decides to step in and help!
- KS Charity provides free groceries for all of our beneficiaries who are struggling with chronic illnesses (such as Cancer).

We need your donations to continue delivering our community services for our beneficiaries. They require our assistance to improve their quality of life. Your gift will leave a lasting impact on their wellbeing for the rest of their lives.

About the Charity

Kampung Senang started with a simple idea 21 years ago. To support cancer sufferers with an array of services so that they can have peace of mind.

These services include:

The Gift of Good Food Scheme where volunteers make home visits to 2,517 cancer patients bearing organic fruits and vegetables (which costs up to $20,000 a year). We also distribute Gifts of Wellness (healthy dry goods as festival gifts) to 200 needy families of cancer sufferers.

Holistic Support for People Affected by Cancer where our 1,600 members find support in one another, attend healthy lifestyle courses, and access various non-invasive and natural therapies.

Mobility Aids Service & Training Centre, which is run by 3 staff and multiple volunteers, repairs and refurbishes used mobility equipment such as wheelchairs, commode chairs and hospital beds and loans this equipment to over thousands of families who don't qualify for government subsidy and yet are financially stretched.

Elderly daycare, child care, and student care services are offered at subsidized rates to low-income families.

Free Traditional Chinese Medicine services provide a free consultation and free medicine to low-income families.

Public education and outreach programs share knowledge on healthy eating, stress management, achieving wellness through emotional resilience and positive psychology.

We hope to continue doing what we have been doing and to expand our services to touch more lives.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

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