Help Break the Poverty Cycle with Education for our Young Hearts

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Help Break the Poverty Cycle with Education for our Young Hearts
Help Break the Poverty Cycle with Education for our Young Hearts

by Singapore Red Cross
for Singapore Red Cross

$478.00

raised from 9 donors

2.39% of $20,000.00 1 more day

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Our Campaign Story

In 2019, the Singapore Red Cross (SRC) expanded the Family LifeAid programme to provide enrichment to children/youth from lower-income families through our Young Hearts programme.

The programme aims to give the children/youths a leg up in life, while instilling moral values and encouraging them to grow into responsible and socially conscious citizens. 

With the firm conviction that children can improve academically in school when provided with a better learning environment, SRC has been working closely with the community in Yishun to run a centre not merely for tuition but also storytelling sessions, mentorship schemes and holiday enrichment programmes.

For as low as $20, children of the programme can attend one tuition session per week for a month.

Our volunteers have also stepped in to help with their academic needs, thereby ensuring that the children are well cared for.

YoungHearts 2022


Today, SRC has about 80 children under the programme and we are looking to set up another centre in Singapore. By expanding our reach, we can extend assistance to more children and youth living in other areas. 

Living in a society based on meritocracy, we cannot choose the environment we are born in, but everyone should have equal opportunities in terms of education.

Your gift will empower us to help more children/youth in need, helping them to break out of the cycle of poverty and enhancing their future prospects.

We thank you in advance for your gift and we hope you will support our Young Hearts by making a donation.

(Note: Some of the photos were taken prior to Covid-19)

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