How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Craft materials to train a preschooler delayed fine motor skills. A donation of 30 dollars provides ONE set of stationery and craft supplies for ONE preschooler for TWO weeks.
Feed the Masses with your generous donations for groceries to our beneficiaries. A donation of 80 dollars provides groceries for TWO Metta School students from low-income families for ONE month.
100 dollars will help to provide ONE session of rehabilitation service to ONE beneficiary of Metta Day Rehabilitation Centre for the Elderly.
Transport to school. A donation of 180 dollars provides ONE month of school bus transport for ONE Metta School student from a low-income family.
About Campaignends 19 Jun 2018, 11:59 PM
But for some parents, their ideals of independence for their child is simply to fulfil their child's daily living skills. Activities of daily living such as personal grooming are a challenge for some adults with special needs which most of us would often take for granted.
Playing our part in the community, Metta Welfare Association takes it upon itself to provide regular training and welfare services to these adults so that they may be self-reliant should they ever be in the absence of their parents. With Metta's vast range of welfare services, from special education to disability care, we extend beyond our commitment to offer psychological, social and training support to caregivers of children with special needs. It is our beneficiaries and their families and that propels us to go beyond the call of duty to build an inclusive society.
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.