About Campaign

ends 31 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM
BUILD A LITTLE HOME

In support of the #buildahomeNHCS campaign, the Build-A-Little-Home campaign aims to raise funds for the social programs of New Hope Community Services (NHCS), a charity that provides shelters and runs social programs for the low-income and displaced individuals and families in Singapore. Build-A-Little-Home is designed to engage our children in doing good and to cultivate kindness and compassion. It is a money box craft that is to be constructed out of cardboard, the material that displaced people sleep on each night. It comes with a comprehensive lesson plan to help teachers and parents impart desirable values to their children and to contribute towards ending homelessness in Singapore.

About the Charity

New Hope Community Services is a social service agency and a member of the National Council of Social Services. Our goal goes beyond providing temporary shelter to the homeless in Singapore; we want to infuse them with real hope to see their lives changed.

Our work began in 2003 when four homeless men approached Pastor Andrew Khoo (our Founder & CEO) seeking refuge. Deeply moved by a need that had not been met by social services then, Ps Andrew set up the Shelter for Men-in-Crisis, Singapore's first shelter for homeless male ex-offenders. A year later, New Hope Community Services was born.

Since then, we have steadily expanded to meet the growing needs for temporary shelter in our community. We also recognise that building thriving and resilient families and individuals requires more than just a roof over their heads. As such, we run various services and programmes that help our clients break out of the poverty cycle and achieve long term financial resilience and independence.

OUR VISION - To be a Beacon of New Hope to the displaced & disadvantaged in the community

OUR MISSION - Restoring HOPE to those we serve

FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN

Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Community
Families
Social Service
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