How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$250 per month can help a low-income family buy basic groceries, necessities, pay for utilities and medical needs
$150 per month trains adults with intellectual disabilities in basic life skills and access to home-based learning
$50 per month helps vulnerable elderly receive support services for their physical and emotional needs
$10 will give a child from low-income and/or single-parent family with academic support and enriching activities that build good character values.
About Campaignends 31 Mar 2021, 11:59 PM
Mr Roslan and his three children need our helping hand this Giving Week. As the sole breadwinner of three children aged 13,12 and 5, he is unable to work due to an accident at work. It caused him severe back injuries which limits his mobility.
The aid he receives helps to cover part of the medical costs for his son who is diagnosed with autism, and further covers costs to care for himself and his two other children during this period of unemployment as he focuses on recovering.
At TOUCH, we believe in a community where everyone can progress and be empowered and valued.
We need to raise $800,000 to help the vulnerable tide through the ongoing fallout caused by the pandemic.
Let us be a community where everyone can progress and be empowered and valued! #SGCares #GivingWeekSG #CityOfGood
About the Charity
Since 1992, TOUCH Community Services has served people of all ages, races and religions to see sustainable change and transformation in their lives. It believes in the worth and potential of every child, youth-at-risk, family in need, senior and person with special or healthcare needs to grow, participate and contribute in the community. The heartbeart of TOUCH is to activate potential, build independence, connect people into their lives for mutual support, and deliver impact by developing sustainable solutions in society. For more information on TOUCH, please visit www.touch.org.sg.