How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Encourage us to continue to raise awareness in topics of concerns.
Contribute to our work in building and restoring relationships in schools, institutions, residential homes and various organisations.
Sustain our work in building and restoring relationships in schools, institutions, residential homes and various organisations.
Grow our work in building connected local and migrant communities in our nation, through the building and restoring of relationships.
About Campaignends 31 Dec 2021, 11:59 PM
Our REALink online conversation series seeks to bring together even more people from diverse backgrounds who share similar concerns that are evident in our society to develop a sense of agency to bring about positive change in self and relationships.
With the theme "Rebuilding The Community", we seek to reconnect even more with communities that have been adversely affected by the pandemic and other social issues, exploring more helping ways to break the cycle of hurt
Join us in the next REALink LIVE on 1st October 2021, Friday 7.30pm SGT LIVE on Facebook and YouTube as we explore the topic of "Metal Wellness in the Digital Age". Joining us are guest speaker Dr Karen Pooh.
About the Charity
Lutheran Community Care Services (LCCS) established since 2002, is a non-profit, charitable organisation with an Institution of a Public Character (IPC) status and an affiliated partner of the International Institute of Restorative Practices (IIRP).
LCCS has been actively engaging and empowering individuals and families, to build and sustain relationships. Focusing on Restorative Practices, LCCS serves families, schools, institutes, residential homes, and various organisations to restore relationships that have been harmed.
Our Vision: All individuals engaged to build and sustain healthy relationships
Our Mission: To drive a restorative movement to break the cycle of hurt and build connected communities of empowered individuals.
Your contributions will enable LCCS to continue empowering individuals through restorative practices. Donors will also be eligible for a 250% tax deduction with a minimum $10 donation.