How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$50 will provide a stroke survivor with an unlimited number of wellness sessions for one month.
$120 will provide a stroke survivor with therapy sessions for one month.
$300 can help a stroke survivor progress from wheelchair to walking with assistance.
$600 can potentially help a stroke survivor reach his optimal rehabilitation status.
About Campaignends 30 May 2020, 11:59 PM
The effects of stroke are devastating to the survivor and his or her family, especially those from less privileged circumstances. The recovery journey of a stroke survivor is long and the costs to support the recovery are high. Besides the struggles with physical and emotional aspects of stroke, they also carry a huge financial burden on their shoulders.
How You Can Help
Recently, there have been many inspiring stories about how kind and compassionate Singaporeans are towards the less privileged during this difficult period. Many have donated the $600 solidarity payout to charity.
We hope that you will consider contributing towards our cause and support stroke survivors during this challenging time. Your donation can lighten the load for stroke survivors from lower-income families. Your contribution can help us build new programmes and improve the existing ones.
About the Charity
Stroke Support Station (S3) is a non-profit organisation. Your generous donations will go a long way towards helping primarily stroke survivors in subsidizing our programmes and services.
We don't believe in giving up on stroke survivors.
We don't believe that caregivers should go unnoticed, unappreciated and unsupported.
We don't believe that any of the 5,500 of 6,600 patients who survive a stroke should end up facing the walls at home forever, after discharged from hospitals or rehabilitation centres.
We believe that stroke survivors, regardless of financial status, should have access to an avenue to recovery.
We believe in Hope.
S3 was set up by a group of volunteers from different walks of life. They bring with them different skillsets, and aim to:
- bridge the gap in the current landscape in the care of stroke survivors, their family members and caregivers.
- enhance stroke survivors' recovery opportunities and improve their overall quality of life.
We will achieve it through:
- providing a series of innovative programmes, incorporating physio-emotional, speech, and occupational therapies.
- providing social-emotional support, seeking to rebuild confidence and independence.
- providing support services, education and training to stroke survivors as well as their caregivers, family members, volunteers, and members of other VWOs that care for stroke survivors.
- using evidence-based and sustainable methodologies.
- using new approaches, technology and methodologies.