About Campaign

ends 31 May 2023, 11:59 PM
When Summer was P1, she only knew letters and basic sounds in English. She was weak in pronunciation and recognising words. Her parents were not well-to-do and not very well-educated, so they were unable to teach her or afford tuition.

Summer's family were referred to Steady Readers (SR), New Life's literacy intervention programme helping children who struggle with reading and speaking English. Through SR, Summer came to love learning and grew in confidence and fluency. She is now able to complete her homework by herself and speak well in conversations.

For children, a good grasp of English unlocks doors to higher education and better career prospects in life. Help to bring hope and tangible help to the next generation by donating to New Life Children Programmes, which runs Steady Readers and other intervention programmes for disadvantaged children.

As part of their 20th anniversary celebrations, Din Tai Fung is committed to give back to the community in meaningful ways. Hence, they have set an example by donating $10,000 towards New Life's children-related services and mentoring programmes, as well as giving their limited edition Cocoa Nutty Buns to 250 children and youths served by New Life. We are thankful for their generous giving and encourage others to emulate their heart for serving the community.

With your help, we can continue to transform struggling children into capable and confident individuals who will be able to face life's challenges.

About the Charity

New Life Community Services is a social service agency committed to serve children, youth and senior citizens in the community regardless of race and religion. We are an IPC and a member of the National Council of Social Services.

We operate three childcare centres, three student care centres and two youth hubs with an emphasis on imparting life skills and character values to the next generation. We conduct literacy and character mentoring programmes for disadvantaged children, as well as after-school engagement programmes for youths. We also run active ageing programmes to support the needs of the elderly, an often isolated and marginalised group in society.

We also believe in improving the situations of marginalised families with schooling children so that the latter will be adequately supported as they grow up. To that end, we provide families with financial assistance, casework management and counselling to address financial and social issues.

In 2022, we nurtured 923 children, mentored 325 youths, enabled 185 seniors, and financially assisted 408 individuals and families, thanks to the generous support of donors, sponsors and fundraisers like yourselves.

Please visit www.newlife.org.sg for more info.


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