How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Thank you for donating $10
Thank you for donating $50. $50 will pay for the transport allowance for 1 child for 1 month
Thank you for donating $100. $100 will provide for the school pocket money of 1 child for 1 month
Thank you for donating $200. $200 will provide meals for 1 child for 1 month.
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These children come from low-income, troubled families or impoverished communities and some are physically challenged. We support them in their education, care and guidance, vocational and livelihood development and other special needs so as to give them the opportunity to develop to their full potential.
Set up in 2010, MILK Scholarship is aimed at empowering promising young persons who come from low-income households. It ensures that deserving youth are not denied a tertiary education because of financial hardship. We believe that through higher education these disadvantaged youths will realise their fullest potential and break out of their poverty cycle. Partnerships with 7 Voluntary Welfare Organisations and schools, with whom we work closely, help to provide a holistic approach as well as reduce operational costs.
KEYSTART HOUSING STABILITY AND FAMILY PARTNERSHIPS
Between 2015 and 2017, MILK, in partnership with South Central Community Family Service Centre (SCC FSC), initiated the Keystart Housing Stability and Family Partnership Programme to help low-income families with young children out of poverty. It is a comprehensive assistance scheme for low-income families with young children. Beneficiaries are families in public rental flats who will benefit from home ownership and families who are at risk of losing their home due to crisis. The purpose of this programme is to give hope, provide an enabling environment for them to improve their lives and in particular that of their children. The stability of having a home of their own away from the delinquent subculture has been shown to have numerous positive effects on young children who then go on to perform better academically and socially.