How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$10 will help to provide a pack of adult diapers for 1 Metta Home for the Disabled resident for 1 week.
$50 will help to provide 2 teabreaks to 70 of our elderly clients from Metta Day Rehabilitation Centre for the Elderly for 1 day.
$100 will help to provide the basic groceries to 4 Metta School students from low income families for 1 month.
$200 will help to provide emotional support to 25 caregivers from Metta Hospice Care for one session.
About Campaignends 01 Dec 2016, 11:59 PM
As Rachel spends her youth with her equally like-minded and cheerful colleagues, she has also improved on her interaction skills and ability to adapt to new changes in the environment. She has opened up to her mentors and gained more courage to ask for assistance from the people around her.
With proper training and guidance, youths like Rachel make progress to their social interactions with people around them. Metta Alumni Care aims to equip special needs youths with life skills that promote integration, independence and employment. Our mission is to provide equal access to enriching artistic endeavours for these youths, while creating related training-cum-employment opportunities under a sustainable framework.
You can help make a difference today by supporting the operational costs of running arts programme and services for our youths with special needs. Why not Give A Little Gift Today?
About the Charity
Founded in 1992 by Venerable Shi Fa Zhao, Metta Welfare Association was registered as a charity in 1994. Endorsed by the MSF, MOH and MOE, we are a member of the National Council of Social Service, Singapore Hospice Council and Singapore Disability Sports Council.
Metta Welfare Association aims to provide the following services to the community:
1) To provide accessible and affordable medical care to the less fortunate - home hospice care for the terminally ill and day rehabilitative services for elderly and stroke patients.
2) To provide disability care, respite care, residential care, and training for the intellectually disabled.
3) To provide special education and training for children with mild intellectual disability and/or autism.
4) To provide community care services for the elderly, students and children.
5) To develop and provide forms of medical care and welfare services as required by the community.