How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Provide a resident with two days of essential medical supplies, such as needles, dressing sets, and cotton gauze.
Provide a family with financial assistance to help them meet essential needs, and gain a greater peace of mind.
Provide shelter for at risk girls who need a safe harbour to break out of their lifestyle of deliquency.
About Campaignends 31 Mar 2023, 11:59 PM
These days, while Mr Lui still wrestles with feelings of guilt, she has accepted that MWS BNH is the best care option for John where the staff are able to attend to his various needs 24/7. "My heart feels like I am abandoning him in the Nursing Home. I really miss him and want to care for him, but I realise I just can't. I am really grateful for the care he is receiving here."
Let your giving empower over 9,000 beneficiaries and their families under the care of 22 MWS centres and programmes. Every dollar will make a positive impact in the lives of our chronically ill, frail and destitute, isolated seniors, at-risk youths, disadvantaged children, and families in distress.
About the Charity
Methodist Welfare Services (MWS) is all about empowering people to have life to the full.
The people we serve may experience poverty in different ways - weak social support or fractured relationships, poor health, a sense of hopelessness, or a lack of means. We journey alongside them to uncover their inherent strengths, affirm them and support them holistically towards a better life.
Our island-wide suite of 22 centres and outreach programmes include casework, counselling and therapy; medical and rehabilitative care; home-based, community-based and residential care; a debt clearance and asset building scheme; and other services.
Founded in 1981, MWS is an Institution of a Public Character and a member of the National Council of Social Service. As a Christian non-profit organisation, we serve people across all ethnicities and religions. Today, we serve over 9,000 low-income and distressed families, disadvantaged children, at-risk youth, the chronically ill, frail and destitute, and the socially isolated.