Your caring has given our social service users hope to live a life of dignity. Find out how each of their lives has been impacted and continue to share your joy with them.
Deborah is a mental health advocate who shares her story of recovery to give hope to others.
Fizzy, who has intellectual disability, puts in her best efforts in school. She excelled in her academics and athletics and received the Lee Kuan Yew Exemplary Student Award.
She didn’t want to leave her house or speak to anyone else. Until she found friends who understand.
Despite the harsh reality of his situation, Kamsan was determined to provide the best for his children.
Born with cerebral palsy, Wee Kiat is not able to walk or run. However, disability is no obstacle to him in pursuing his aspirations.
Kamala, who lives alone, was seriously injured after a fall. Lion Befrienders helped Kamala reintegrate into the community, enabling her to stay engaged and socially active.
Empowering seniors like Mdm Lau to lead an independent and dignified life.
Mdm Salmah's greatest fear
is passing on alone. Having high blood pressure, high cholesterol and gout issues, this is a possibility she faces every single day.
Empowering parents like Lay Hoon to better help their children develop to their full potential.
Shannyn was diagnosed with autism at 4
years old. The dreams that her parents had for her seemed unattainable, if she was not able to communicate and relate to others.