How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Your gift of $10 will provide 2 cooked meals and fresh fruits for a person.
Your gift of $50 will provide food ration to help a family tide over difficult times.
$100. Your gift of $100 will provide cooked meals and food ration for families to tide over difficult times.
Your donations will go towards the low-income families, where food and other items are given to help them tide over difficult times.
About Campaignends 31 Mar 2021, 11:59 PM
Donations from I Wish U Enough Food are channeled to a food security fund in support of families in the rental community under our FSC's care. These include but not limited to
a. Food ration such as dry food and fresh food kit to help family tide over difficult times due to sudden loss of income/unemployment;
b. Provision of cooked meals by low-income families (to help them generate income) in collaboration with The Saturday Movement Ltd, a social enterprise that currently serves a portion of the needy families under our FSC care, and other food-related initiatives by SCC or co-create with the community for their community.
So say No to food insecurity. Your donations will go towards helping the low-income families, where those in need are given the food and other items to help them tide over difficult items, while we work with the families towards self-sufficiency.
About the Charity
Formerly known as Bukit Ho Swee Family Service Centre, South Central Community Family Service Centre (SCC) provides support to the low-income and vulnerable families in our community. While giving support to families who seek help in financial, social or relationship issues, we encourage community self-help and cooperation.
Our Vision: Poverty Transformation With-in Empowered Communities
What We Do:
As a community enabler committed to supporting families breaking out of poverty cycle, SCC connects and partners the community in building empathy and ownership by unlocking the community's strengths through:
a. Co-creating opportunities and resources that enable low-income communities towards financial self-sufficiency.
b. Building a neighbourhood that looks out for the safety, care, and education of vulnerable children.
c. Leveraging assets to activate community mutual help through social connections and inclusion of people from different social classes, ethnicity, and ages coming together to help one other.