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About Campaignends 31 Jul 2016, 11:59 PM
SCS is celebrating our 40th anniversary and we are proud of our long history of empowering children and youth to overcome socio-emotional, behavioural, learning and mental health challenges. Working out of 4 centres and in partner-schools, our team of Social Workers, Educational Psychologists and Learning Specialists join hands with parents, caregivers and educators, to enable children and youth (aged 5-21) to discover strengths, learn life-skills and maximise potential. Your donation will support programmes to enable children and youth with learning and socio-emotional difficulties to overcome their challenges and maximise their potential.
Students Care Service (SCS) has been serving underprivileged children and youths with learning and socio-emotional difficulties in Singapore since 1976. We remain committed to enabling them to overcome their challenges and maximise their potential. We do this through providing services in schools, in the community and through our centres, for children and youths who are in need of support, disadvantaged by their circumstances or present at-risk profiles. SCS strongly believes that every child and youth has the potential to achieve and be contributing members of our society. SCS serves around 6,500 students, aged 5-21 years old, each year. Our aim is to achieve the 5Cs + 2 : ++ to positively develop them with Competence, Confidence and Character; ++ facilitate them to form meaningful Connections with their family and the society; ++ nurture in them a Care for others; and ++ guide them to Steer clear of crimes while being Positively engaged in school. The work we do helps to build young lives, enhances their resilience and offers hope for their future. The children and youths that we serve are connected with us through schools, police, hospital, community, parents or peers. Our work with them is made possible with the support of funders and donors.