In her 40 years with Singapore Children’s Society, Mrs Mae-Lim Hoon Ann has changed many lives. Yet, she believes that she, herself, has been the biggest winner of this journey.
While most new couples use their ang pows (or ‘red packets’) to pay for their nuptials or new homes, Daniel Chua and Azelle Tang decided that helping children-in-need was how they wanted to begin their lives together.
Ms Seena George didn’t have an easy introduction to motherhood: her son Austin entered the world in May last year almost 16 weeks too early
ur Stories Home Quality time: Doing things together around the house gave Sam* and his son a chance to bond Putting in long hours at
Our children’s hero: Mr Koh at the 10th anniversary x Children’s Day celebration at Children Service @ Children’s Society in 2018
Our Stories Home When CABIN Encounters Change Lives Sometimes, all it takes is one person who believes in you For Lim Lei Seng, that person
As a student volunteer at Student Care @ Children’s Society from 2012 to 2013, Eugene Lim was struck both by the scale of the challenges faced by Children’s Society’s beneficiaries, and the hard work put in by staff and volunteers to support them.
The COVID-19 pandemic has spared few in its impact – like many, the operations and fundraising capacity of Singapore Children’s Society were both hard-hit.
This is the second of a three-part series featuring the 2020/2021 Ruth Wong & Gopal Haridas Award winners of the SCS Awards.
For 16-year-old Daron, after-school hours felt empty until a social worker suggested he try hanging out at The Fort @ Children’s Society. From day one, it felt right – he felt comfortable interacting with the social service practitioners and his peers, and as someone who is inherently warm and friendly, he fit right in. Daron dropped […]