About Campaign

ends 06 Feb 2023, 11:59 PM
Ycare: Walking in Their Shoes is an immersive exhibition-cum-programme that features the stories of five amazing individuals, whose life journeys were changed by youth mental health challenges and suicidality. It seeks to empower young persons affected by mental health challenges to recover and live well and prevent youth suicide in the community.

As a community, we can do more to prevent the next youth suicide. Ycare poses a central question to each of us, "Why care?"
Shan You plans to reach out to more young persons living with mental health challenges and their families and friends through community outreach events and online programmes. All donation to this community fund will contribute to programme expenditure needed to bring Ycare: Walking in Their Shoes to the community and educational institutions.

Shan You is a registered charity with Institution of a Public Character (IPC) status. All donations are eligible for tax-deductible relief of 250%. All donations will be eligible for dollar-for-dollar matching grant from the Tote Board and Singapore Government.

For more information on donation to the Ycare: Walking in Their Shoes Community Fund, please email [email protected] or call 6741 9293.

We thank you in advance for your compassionate contribution towards youth mental health and suicide prevention in Singapore!

About the Charity

Shan You is a Social Service Agency founded in 1995 to provide mental health and social care services to our community. Our services are available to all in the community, regardless of race, religion, nationality and ability to pay.

A registered charity with the status of Institutions of a Public Character (IPC), Shan You is also a full member of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS). Shan You operates 2 centres - Shan You Counselling Centre and Shan You Wellness Community.

Public donation is needed each year to maintain the accessibility and affordability of our programmes and services to all in the community. All donations to Shan You are eligible for 250% tax deduction.


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