About Campaign

ends 25 Dec 2018, 11:59 PM
We crave human interactions. We want to hang out with friends, be close to our loved ones and spend time just chatting about anything under the sun.

Seniors are no different.

Seniors suicide and mental health issues are at a record high; but, should it be this way?

By engaging the seniors through daily activities with ready support from counsellors and case-workers when necessary, we can prevent loneliness from escalating into mental health issues and senior suicide.

In support of #GivingWeekSG, send us any questions you have regarding seniors mental health through Facebook and we will get back to you asap!

Together, let's include seniors in our everyday!

About the Charity

O'Joy Care Services was awarded the Charity Transparency Awards and Charity Governance Awards with Special Commendation for Operational Efficiency in 2019.

O'Joy Care Services was founded in early 2004 amidst emerging trends of ageing population, by a group of social workers and professional counsellors who recognised the need for prevention and early intervention of mental health issues associated with ageing, and to promote healthy ageing among seniors. We have provided quality professional counselling and clinical case management services to over 5,600 clients since 2004.

From Sep 2013 till date, another of our flagship program - Health-Oriented Ageing (HOA) continues to flourish. Reaching out to senior residents in the Upper Boon Keng area, this community programme engages our seniors in exercises, singing, wushu, anklung and visual arts over five days a week. Such community learning opportunities enable our seniors to keep physically and mentally active, make new friends and learn new skills, defying the stereotype that age is the limit. With training, active HOA members are empowered to volunteer as facilitators for the program. This truly light up the spirit of senior for senior.

We very much depend on your support and donation to continue providing for our seniors.

Thank you for empowering us to continue serving seniors in need.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Social Service

Choo Jin Kiat, Contact Person