How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Thank you for donating 10 dollars. Did you know that it can help an ex-offender eat three meals before his first paycheck arrives?
Thank you for donating 20 dollars. This amount can help an ex-offender eat six meals before his first paycheck arrives.
Thank you for donating 50 dollars. This can help an ex-offenders eat 10 meals and buy a new set of clothes to go to work.
Thank you for donating 100 dollars. With this amount, two ex-offenders can eat 10 meals each and buy a new set of clothes to go to work.
About Campaignends 31 Mar 2022, 11:59 PM
We've been working since 1956 to help ex-offenders adjust to life after prison. Many of them struggle with lodging, food, work, family challenges and mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety. It can be a challenge for them to be reintegrated into the community. But once they do, not only does it benefit themselves, but also their children, families and society as well.
Our team helps ex-offenders and their families in areas like their daily needs, employment, self-improvement, education, skills upgrading and family cohesion. There is also a passionate group of volunteers who devote time and energy in reaching out to ex-offenders and their families.
About the Charity
Your giving will help us to work with ex-offenders and their families to rebuild their lives. The Singapore After-Care Association (SACA) assists over 1,000 ex-offenders and their families who face a wide variety of challenges in their rehabilitation journey, from personal and familial issues to impoverishment and systemic and cultural factors. We hope to increase our reach and also work with our existing clients on a deeper level.
SACA as a key aftercare agency and an institution of a public character (IPC) has been providing welfare and rehabilitation services for ex-offenders and their families since 1956. It is affiliated with the National Council of Social Services (NCSS) and is also a member of the Community Action for the Rehabilitation of Ex-offenders (CARE) Network that coordinates aftercare interventions nationally.