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Project F.I.N.

Project F.I.N. (Families-In-Need) focuses on helping distressed families to cope better through our wide range of services particularly during this crisis. While some are facing family issues, others may have lost their jobs. We have a holistic approach to these issues providing financial assistance to tide them over their immediate needs (utilities, rental, school fees) , basic neccesities for their daily needs, guidance and support to strengthen family bonds, counselling and addressing other social issues they may be facing.

We invite you in this act of giving to touch these lives to give them hope for a brighter tomorrow. Your valuable support will help us to enhance our programmes and provide better services and assistance to our beneficiaries.

Social Support

Our beneficiary’s testimony

Mdm L suffers from depression, anxiety disorder and insomia. Her husband was in the halfway house and she was all alone at home with no family support. Mdm L lost her part-time job and had not been successful in sourcing for another job. Her savings was depleting and she felt extremely insecure and lost. She was worried about her daily living expenses and the Covid-19 situation further aggravated her condition. FaithActs provided her with groceries and household items to tide her through. Subsequently, her husband was granted an early release and she was relieved as she could now have support with her husband. They both seek out to work as general cleaners and FaithActs continue to encourage and counsel her.

Financial Support

Our beneficiary’s testimony

Continued from Mdm Tay’s video testimony - “My father suffered a stroke in 2015 and a severe one a year after that left him in a vegetative state. We visit him during weekends as he is cared for at the nursing home. It took a toil on my mother’s health after she started working as a part-time assistant in a bakery to make ends meet. With FaithActs supporting our educational needs, my brother and I will study hard and do well in our examinations, We want to make our parents proud and I pray for my mother’s heart condition and illness to improve. My wish is to be reunited with the family one day.” Mia, aged 18 is taking her “A” levels this year at a Junior College.

Home Wellness Support

Our beneficiary’s testimony

Mdm Z suffers from clinical depression and is diagnosed with diabetes, hypertension and thyroid. Besides taking oral medication, she has to inject insulin jabs daily. Mdm Z went through a few setbacks including a failed marriage, relationship and business. She returned to Singapore to care for her cancer-stricken mother who was her pillar of strength. When her mother passed on, Mdm Z lost the purpose to live. She did not clean her one-room rental flat for 2 years and it was filthy and gloomy when FaithActs first visited her soon after the Circuit Breaker. After a few more visits and counselling, Mdm Z agreed to embrace a new beginning. She started to tidy her house, bit by bit each day as advised. Volunteers were engaged to declutter and clean up her house on two separate occasions subsequently. Mdm Z is now much happier, and is cherishing each day as it comes. Drawing from what she missed in the corporate life, she said in jest, “I used to be a broker, now I am a real broke!” She recognises her limitations and need for help.

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The society is a registered charity with the Registry of Societies and the Commissioner of Charities. We are a full member of the National Council of Social Service and Institutions of a Public Character since 2008.

UEN: T04SS0050J Charity / IPC Regn No. 01824/000582

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