This past year has been very difficult for many of us, especially for the vulnerable. Here at The Salvation Army, we have seen the heartbreaking impact on the lives of the underprivileged. Despite the daunting challenges, we have remained steadfast in caring for our beneficiaries and ensuring their mental and emotional well-being.

To reach out to vulnerable seniors, we opened a new centre at Bedok early this year to care for the mental health of seniors struggling with social isolation. We also provide day programmes for seniors with dementia to help them normalise living with the impact of dementia, especially during this pandemic.

The effects of cabin fever have also left a lasting impact on many of our migrant workers’ emotional well-being. On top of our helpline, we opened a walk-in centre with our key partner to offer counselling, emotional support and other necessary assistance. We have also helped to uplift their spirits and distributed over 50,000 food and care packs to this vulnerable community.

Our beneficiaries urgently need your support during these challenging times. Besides caring for the elderly and migrant workers, we also assist struggling families, vulnerable children and youth, troubled domestic workers, families with incarcerated parents and other needy groups. You can help make a difference today by extending hope to those in need. Please donate generously through any of the following ways:

– Scan the PayNow QR code below with your bank’s mobile application.
– Donate online

*Volunteer models were used in the photographs to protect the identity of our beneficiaries.