About Campaign

ends 20 Jan 2021, 11:59 PM
Supports children who exhibit weak social interaction skills and are unable to adequately follow classroom teachings in school, which can affect their academic performance.

They may have low self-esteem and difficulty in managing anger. These children are at risk of adopting anti-social behaviours and becoming vulnerable to negative peer influence or becoming the negative influencer.

The NOVA Learning Intervention Programme is a school-based programme that supports mainstream children at an early age to guide them through their social-emotional learning difficulties to set them up for a better future.

Give to support the children of NOVA Learning Intervention Programme.

About the Charity

Morning Star Community Services is a registered charity and Institution of Public Character which aims to enrich and strengthen family relationships in Singapore. By empowering individuals and families, we strive to build vibrant communities that can make a difference to society.

In a world where challenges to harmonious family relationships are increasing in intensity, Morning Star Community Services also provides upstream, preventive and early intervention programmes, counselling services, and family life education workshops which are conducted regularly for the benefit of parents and their children.

We have two initiatives that serve the underprivileged and disadvantaged children - NOVA and CareNights.

NOVA is school-based (our centres are located in the schools) and reaches out to children who are not doing well in school. They tend to come from low-income and multi-stressed families.

CareNights is a free night care programme for children of families in need. The children come to our centres from 6pm to 10pm on weeknights because their parents are unable to look after them at night for various reasons. We provide dinner and structured activities to enhance the children's learning of skills and values.


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