About Campaign

ends 17 Mar 2021, 11:59 PM
When teenager Rachel first arrived at our Interim Placement and Assessment Centre, IPAC, she was moody and withdrawn, hiding her face under a hoodie, constantly planning to run away. She was elated when news arrived that she was going to stay with a relative. Unfortunately, her happiness was short-lived. Rachel returned to IPAC with bruises on her eye and body, more dejected than ever. Then the unexpected happened. Rachel responded to our encouragement and support by sharing her problems and worries. Her kindness shone through when she volunteered to shop for clothes for other children who were unable to go on a shopping trip sponsored by some volunteers. We knew that Rachel turned the corner when she initiated a sing-along karaoke. She gallantly learnt to play the cajon. On Family Day, there was not a single dry eye when her melodious voice rang out, Like a small boat on the ocean, sending big waves into motion, like how a single word, can make a heart open, I might only have one match, but I can make an explosion. This is my fight song, take back my life song, prove I'm alright song. My powers turned on, starting right now I'll be strong, I'll play my fight song, and I don't really care if nobody else believes, cause I've still got a lot of fight left in me, from Fight Song by Rachel Platten

You can partner us to journey with children like Rachel by making a donation which helps to fund programmes and events for their benefit. Thank you.

About the Charity

Marymount Centre reaches out to vulnerable women and children through its three 24-hour Residential Homes for Children, a 24-hour Crisis Shelter for abused women and their children, and victims of human trafficking, and a Student Care Centre.
We are committed to our mission of empowering lives, restoring rights, upholding dignity, through our core values of compassion, integrity, empowerment, professionalism, and teamwork.
With support from volunteers and donors, we run programmes that are beneficial to the women and children in their often long and arduous journey of healing of their personhood, restoring their sense of dignity and worth, and rebuilding their lives in a safe and loving environment.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Children & Youth
Women & Girls