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TDR will be issued for donations of $50 and above.


How Your Donation Makes a Difference

About Us

Registered in June 2004, MILK (Mainly I Love Kids) Fund ("MILK Fund") is a charity organisation that was set up to reach out and help disadvantaged children who "fall through the cracks" of our social safety net. We work alongside mainstream programmes, through our partners, to plug the gaps and provide a holistic approach that guide these disadvantaged children back to mainstream society. Besides plugging service gaps, MILK Fund is also focusing on transformational programmes that can help children break out of the poverty cycle.
These children come from low-income, troubled families or impoverished communities and some are physically challenged. We support them in their education, care and guidance, vocational and livelihood development and other special needs so as to give them the opportunity to develop to their full potential.

Our Programmes

1. MILK Bursary Programmes
To provide students from low-income families with school related expenses e.g. transport, pocket money, uniform, textbooks, stationeries, enrichment programmes.

2. MILK Scholarship/MILK Education Fund
To provide young persons from low-income families with the opportunity to pursue tertiary education.

3. The Family Partnership Platform
MILK is partnering South Central Community FSC in this new initiative. FPP aims for Family Partners to journey with families from the low-income community as they work themselves out of poverty. It is a three-way partnership among beneficiaries, family partners, and social workers. The objective is to empower low-income families out of poverty by focusing on children's education, family's employment and livelihood opportunities and home-ownership.

In 2017 MILK launched the MILK-NEW LIFE Support Fund in partnership with New Life Community Services. This is a crisis assistance programme for needy families with children and youths to address the needs of families caused by financial difficulties that may lead these families to spiral in debt and poverty.
  • Children & Youth
  • Families

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