How Your Donation Makes a Difference
To enable MWS to cover increased cost of medical supplies (infra-red & digital thermometers, alcohol swab sterile) & PPE to keep our residents and staff safe in our nursing and welfare homes.
To provide SIM cards and data plans for isolated seniors to stay connected through digitally streamed active ageing programmes.
To fund meals and cab fare for our care teams who are pulling extra shifts and have to avoid mass public transport to minimise infection.
To help with cost of hiring more locum doctors to care for the elderly sick, and social workers to work with the rough sleepers, at-risk youths and families in need.
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All these have increased our costs while donations have not risen in tandem. In the meantime, we continue to care for close to 12,000 existing beneficiaries through our 20 critical centres and programmes. MWS is committed to maintaining our high level of service and care to everyone we serve as well as the new clients who come through our doors. Please donate generously to keep us going!
Take 1.35m steps for good to raise funds for MWS. To take up this challenge, first click on FUNDRAISE NOW on this page to set up your campaign. Complete 1.35m steps by 31 August 2020 either in a group of 4 or 5, or by yourself. Appeal for your friends, families and colleagues to donate towards your efforts. Thank you for supporting our work!
About the Charity
Founded 40 years ago in 1981 and registered as an Institution of a Public Character, Methodist Welfare Services (MWS) is a multi-service organisation that manages 20 centres and outreach programmes across Singapore.
We serve people in need regardless of their race and religion. Our critical services support low-income and/or distressed families, children from low-income families, at-risk youths, the destitute, sick and/or frail elderly, and the socially isolated.
We enable all to have life to the full by reducing poverty, alleviating the strains and stresses of modern life, helping the elderly to age in place and live with dignity, nurturing the potential of disadvantaged children and rehabilitating at-risk youths.