About Campaign

ends 31 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM
Started by Zen's parents - Elaine Lek and Koh Say Kiong, this fund supports youths with mental health issues in need of therapy.

In 2019, $31,786 was raised from the generous donations of 103 people, since it's inception, this fund has helped 13 at-risk youths, some of whom have been stopped from completing suicide by caseworkers from Limitless.

And it has plans to continue helping more.

Find out more about the fund at: www.tzdkfund.org

Our 2019 campaign page can be found at: www.giving.sg/limitless/zen

Zen died from suicide due to depression in Melbourne on the first of October 2018. A month before his 18th birthday. He was previously diagnosed with Generalised Anxiety Disorder and ADD.

Zen was a caring and loving individual, who dreamt of becoming a psychologist so he could help other kids who struggled just like he was. In life, he touched the lives of many of his peers with his love, care, and friendship. Even after death, he selflessly saved six other lives through the donation of his organs. Today, his legacy of kindness lives on in this fund.

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About the Charity

Limitless is a nonprofit organization that was founded with the desire to see every youth given the opportunity to live out their potential.

It provides mental health support and therapy for youths aged 12-25, as well as public education and training for youths, parents, educators, and helping professionals

To end powerlessness caused by poverty, mental illness, & social inequality

By empowering youths, regardless of background, circumstance, or history to fulfill their God given potential

We believe in living for more, living a life worth living
Building hope in the hopeless
Finding worth in the worthless
Choosing to live destiny conscious


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Children & Youth
Social Service