By participating in this, you are giving HOPE to our beneficiaries who are the displaced individuals & families that they are not alone and your donation will enable us to continue to provide critical shelter services. With your financial support, we can maintain our operations to continue serving our beneficiaries, and emerge stronger through this period.
With the recent outbreak of COVID19, it has brought the displaced individuals & families in Singapore to our attention.
Many want to come and help. With the recent measures of Circuit Breaker, a lot of volunteer opportunities have been put on hold.
How can you help in this cause?
Take part in #buildahomenhcs campaign to help the displaced individuals & families by creating a cardboard house and kindly consider making a donation to NHCS to support the good work being done right now.
We process donations of $50 and above for tax deduction.
Which means that for every $50 you give, $125 will be deducted from your taxable income.
This activity also encourages you to reflect on the hard reality that many of our rough-sleepers in Singapore are sleeping on things like cardboard, cold tiles, park benches, etc for many years.
Ready to make a difference?
New Hope Community Services
Block 148 Yishun Street 11 #01-123
Please include your name, contact number and NRIC/ FIN no
(if you need tax deduction) at the back of the cheque
Prepare these household items:
Any hard paper/ cardboard
Add on: Glitters, glue
Draw a house on the cardboard
Cut it out
Decorate the cardboard house. (Be creative in decorating)
Write your message and #buildahomenhcs
Post it on your social media feed and not a story (Instagram/Facebook) with #buildahomenhcs and tag your friends. Challenge them to do the same and tag their friends! Help us make a difference in the lives of our rough sleepers in Singapore.
*** Please ensure that your Facebook post and Instagram profile is set to Public.
Consider making a donation to us.
(Optional) We encourage you to mail your artwork as a form of encouragement to our beneficiaries.
51 Margaret Dr, Singapore 149296