About Campaign

ends 31 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM
As the nation continues to battle the COVID-19 situation and the economy and jobs are impacted, many families have been adversely affected by the loss of jobs and uncertainty of the situation.

We appeal for your kind help for the most vulnerable and financially needy families to sustain themselves in the face of this pandemic.

PROJECT LOVE provides financial assistance to needy families (both Singaporean/PR and long term visit pass holders) w/ schooling children (0 months to 25 years) to protect their immediate mental and physical well-being and minimise their likelihood of remaining in the poverty trap and resorting to negative life choices and influence.

"I'm a divorcee with 3 children. The youngest one is enrolled in New Life Childcare. My ex-husband contributes about $200/child and this is insufficient to cover our expenses. Project Love helped to subsidise half of the childcare school fees, which was a great help for a single mother like me, Without this support, I don't know what to do," shared beneficiary, Ms Priya (name was changed).

In these unprecedented times which affected our fundraising events and donations due to the impact of the pandemic on the economy, we appeal for your generosity to help us sustain our services for the needy.

Let's stand together with the struggling families by donating now! Let's help them overcome!

*Due to the overwhelming giving response, we have increased our target in order to widen our reach of families in need

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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