About Campaign

ends 30 Sep 2023, 11:59 PM
For the past 63 years, the Home has dedicated itself in carrying out its core mission of providing medical and nursing care for the destitute and people from very low-income families by serving them with love and compassion. This has its origins from three Christian women who were friends, and they took in homeless women into their Upper Thomson Road home.

Over the years, SCH has expanded its services to reach out to people with special needs but are unable to afford quality care. In 2013, the Home moved to its current site at Sembawang Crescent, with a 240-bedded capacity and we have just completed our first 10-year of operations as a full-scale nursing home. Recently, the Home further expanded into other service areas and have started to admit children and young adults with complex health issues, as well as elderlies who require dialysis services.

In the last 2 years, our Home faced increasing operational costs, due partly to expanded services and to the higher costs arising from the pandemic situation. We also had to carry out various capital improvement projects as the current site was already 10 years old. As a result, we have been incurring budget shortfalls in the last 2 financial years and so, we wish to reach out to you to help us overcome this shortfall and to continue in our mission to care for the vulnerable people.

About the Charity

Singapore Christian Home set up in the 1960's, is a not-for-profit nursing home, committed to the care of destitute and persons from low income families with long term medical and nursing needs.

In providing long term, respite and crisis-situation care, the Home offers :

- avenues of care option for frail and sick persons, regardless of age, with complex nursing care requirements, financial difficulties or no family support;

- care-givers respite to recharge or to attend to their personal needs; and

- assistance to families when normal care arrangements to the dependent members are disrupted

The Home's adult residents are largely 70 years and above, with a handful of centurions. They require constant care and supervision due to multiple chronic conditions.

In 2017, the Home, in response to the growing needs of medically fragile children and young persons whose families are unable to provide them with the level of care required, dedicated a ward for care of this cohort.

Each resident in the Home have long term care needs that become increasingly complex with increased frailty. The Home is often the place they will be in till they pass on. A multi-disciplinary team, complemented by dedicated volunteers, render constant care, emotional, psychological, social, pastoral and financial support to residents and their families.

Your donation to the Home will enable us to support many more individuals and families in need.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

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Lee Sau Ching Dawn, Contact Person