About Campaign

ends 22 Feb 2021, 11:59 PM
Deciding to end a marriage is never easy, especially when children are involved. It is a decision that will impact many people for years to come.

There are many things to consider if a couple decides to take this route. However, revenge is most often in the minds of the aggrieved parties and this often kills any form of co-operation which will impact a child's happiness during this emotional time and thereafter. A grave mistake that parents often made is that both think they can take care of the child better than the other. However, the truth of the matter is no one can ensure the child's happiness...now, or ever. 'UNCLE' has been produced to highlight to you that a child still needs both her parents, even after a divorce.

If you truly care, your first step should be to build up your child's father or mother in your child's eyes. Undoubtedly difficult, but this will not only help you stay close to your child, it will also help him/her remain positive about life. No child should be put in the difficult position of having to choose to whom to be loyal especially between his or her parents! This will only result in stress and anxiety.

The Community Justice Centre (CJC) provides social and legal assistance to help families tide though their period of crisis...HELP us, save relationships.

About the Charity

The Community Justice Centre (CJC) was launched in March 2013 by the Honourable the Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon, to help unrepresented litigants who may be daunted by the prospect of handling a case on their own. CJC offers these litigants assistance with the courts processes and procedures, so that that they may better navigate the court system, thereby enhancing access to justice, irrespective of background or social status.CJC also assists litigants who face financial difficulties or underlying emotional or psychological distress. By working in partnership with social agencies, lawyers and volunteers, CJC provides a continuum of tiered programmes, catering to the individual needs of these litigants.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Children & Youth
Social Service

Leonard Lee, Contact Person