How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Thank you for your gift! Your $10 donation can provide a person from a low-income household with 2 cooked meals and fresh fruits.
Thank you for your gift! Your $50 donation can provide a low-income family with one month worth of daily necessities.
Thank you for your gift! Your $100 donation will support a child from a low-income family with his/her learning and education.
Thank you for your gift! Your $500 donation will go a long way in supporting the most vulnerable in our communities when they are in need.
About Campaignends 31 Mar 2022, 11:59 PM
i. Uplifting families and helping them take steps towards getting out of poverty through education support, their participation in stable home environment programmes and the disbursement of scholarships and financial aid.
ii. Support of targeted special needs groups, e.g., those with disabilities and/or illnesses.
Through the work we do, we hope to increase awareness of the needs in the community and to foster a spirit of good neighbourliness (or what we call "Neighbours for Neighbours" or "N4N"). Whether you're a resident or running your businesses in the neighbourhood, there are plenty of opportunities to help, and donating funds is a good first step to allow us to meet the needs of these vulnerable families.
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.