How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Can give a disadvantaged student a proper BPA-free water bottle, so that he/she does not have to reuse mineral water bottles multiple times.
Can provide a disadvantaged student with a full stationery set so that he/she has the proper equipment to do homework.
Can sponsor a disadvantaged student's grocery shopping trip under CWW's FRESH programme, which can provide healthy meals to the family for one week.
Can cover one disadvantaged student's swimming or coding lessons for a month.
Thank you for donating. Every dollar makes a difference to the children, youth and their families.
Thank you for donating.
We focus on supporting children and youth from low-income families, mainly through educational programmes and financial assistance. We reach out to over 1,000 beneficiaries each year via 2 full-service centres, 7 community sites, and collaborations with other charitable organisations. We depend solely on donations from private organisations and members of public to fund our services, while keeping all our programmes and services 100% free of charge for the children and families. We believe that by providing the children with educational support and more equal opportunities, they will be able to maximise their potential and get out of the poverty trap.
Cash donations above $50 are eligible for 250% tax deduction, if full name and NRIC/FIN/UEN number are provided. We will auto-file the tax deduction with Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) only if you provide your full name and NRIC/FIN number. We regret that we would not be able to process the IRAS auto-filing if you do not provide complete and accurate information. Please write to [email protected] if you wish to receive tax deduction receipt via email.
Children's Enrichment Progamme: Weekly tuition by MOE-registered professional tutors. It also includes sports, Music and Drama workshops; and short courses in other life skills such as IT, cooking, social etiquette, etc. Thelp to equip the children for their future, so that they are able to escape the poverty trap.
Reach For The Stars: Students attend enrichment lessons outside school to further their interests, fully sponsored. This includes dance, music, swimming coding and many more.
FRESH: Grocery shopping programme where children are taken out to purchase groceries and household items with a budget of $50. The programme teaches children important values and skills such as budgeting, planning and healthy eating.
Groceries-For-Families and Hot Meals: Help to alleviate poverty and provide timely assistance to their daily living.
Career GPS: Allows secondary students to visit organisations in a variety of industries or sectors so that they are exposed to different career options. Following the visits, if there is a match of interest, work attachments and mentorship may be organized to help them fulfill their career aspirations.
We work in close collaboration with schools, other charity organisations, government agencies, and corporate organisations to organise our programmes and provide our services, so as to ensure that they are relevant and meaningful to the children.
All our services are provided free-of-charge to the beneficiaries.