About Campaign

ends 02 Mar 2018, 11:59 PM
Not everyone celebrates the festive seasons with their family. Auntie Ah Kim spends every holiday, and the past many years, alone in a one-room rental flat at Geylang Bahru.

Thankfully, she is never lonely.

For 18 years, the 88-year-old widow has found a second family in the staff and volunteers at TOUCH Senior Activity Centre (TSAC), located beneath her block. During festive seasons, she and the other seniors eagerly look forward to the celebrations at TSAC. With all the fun at the centre, the holidays are never mundane!

Her all-time favourite activity at TSAC? It's definitely the excursions to bring frail elderly out of their homes, so they won't be facing four walls all day. She fondly recalls a memorable outing, when corporate volunteers brought seniors out for a stroll by the scenic Kallang Riverside, followed by breakfast and grocery shopping.

"I can't really see so I dare not go out. I don't like to trouble anyone. This is why I'm very touched when the kind volunteers remember seniors like me," said Auntie Ah Kim gratefully.

With all the support she receives from TSAC, Auntie Ah Kim knows she will be spending her golden years in good hands.

Many elderly live with social isolation in their old age, especially after the loss of their loved ones. This LNY, will you consider donating to support Auntie Ah Kim and her elderly friends? With your help, they can continue to enjoy the support and warmth of a community in their old age.

Thank you for making a difference!

About the Charity

TOUCH Community Services serves some 200,000 individuals of all ages, races and religions to see sustainable change and transformation in their lives. We are dedicated to meeting the needs of children from disadvantaged backgrounds, youth-at-risk, family in need, people with special and healthcare needs, and the frail elderly.

As stakeholders of the global community, TOUCH supports the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of 'Good Health and Well-being', 'Quality Education' and 'Reduced Inequality' among others, in our work with vulnerable groups in our local community.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.