About Campaign

ends 30 Sep 2021, 11:59 PM
We are raising funds for our single mother. One of our single mother need to take care of her child. Child with disabilities. She is very empower went she hear about SHG woman empowerment leadership and financial literacy program and child with disabilities program. We hoping to raise some funds.

The children programme is a special programme. We teach the children what is the value of study. Is a creative programme to ensure child development steps.

For woman empowerment leadership management programme, we will teach them standard of living in their daily life. It will helps them overcome and manage their family and at work. They will communicate better and ability to think better at their work place.

Therefore, we seek your kind donation to support our cause.

About the Charity

Social Health Growth is a charity organization committed to help low income families youth at risk ex-offenders ex-drug abusers elderly and single parent raise their children to be healthy and contributing members of society.It is our belief that every mother and child should not have to struggle with the basic necessities of life. Our vision for a better life for these beneficiaries is only possible with generous donations from people like yourself; without which these families would have to face their challenges alone. We hope to help these families to improve the quality of their lives through proper education to them as well as nurturing their kids to be the future pillars to the society. Help us make a lasting difference in their lives. No amount is too small and we look forward to your kind participation and donation. We cannot help everyone but everyone can help someone. Looking forward to your kind donation and interest in volunteering with us. Check us out on our website, https://www.socialhealthgrowth.org

With Appreciation!

Alson Boo - Chairman
Social Health Growth

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Disability
Education
Women & Girls