About Campaign

ends 31 Mar 2021, 11:59 PM
**Update as at 19 October 2020**
Presently, due to COVID-19, most volunteer activities and outings have come a halt. Family visits are on appointment basis and it has been difficult for the families to bring residents' favourite food to the residents during this period.

Since May 2020, we have increased the frequency of Project Makan to twice a week. Our residents have been looking forward to these delicious treats every Tuesday and Thursday.

Your donations will help us in continuing this project at twice a week for as long as we can. Thank you for partnering with us in this project. We hope this project will bring some comfort to them in such unprecedented situation.
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Project Makan! is an initiative by the Society for the Aged Sick that aims to deliver a wide array of food choices to our residents of different dietary restrictions at least four times a month.

For most of us, whenever a craving hits, we can almost effortlessly head to a nearby hawker centre or food court to satisfy that craving. As more than 90% of our residents are wheelchair-bound, it is a real challenge for them to travel out of the home to get their favourite local dishes.

While our Home has an in-house kitchen that provides meals, the Home also recognizes that our residents yearn for something different from their routine meals.

Additional funds collected will help in either increasing the frequency of food purchase or operations for the Home.

About the Charity

Society for the Aged Sick is a Voluntary Welfare Organisation providing quality and holistic care for the destitute and aged sick.

Established in 1968 as a 16 bedded facility, we now have 404 beds in our current location.

We create a home within a home environment where our residents can enjoy professional and individualized care. Every resident is treated with respect and we affirm that our residents' dignity is at the core of our work.

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Community
Elderly
Health
Social Service
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