A group of active volunteers in CCIS has started a ground up initiative - Community Matters to promote community service among students. We work with different charities & non-profit groups to bring community projects to students & youths.
Community Matters will be raising funds for St. Andrew's Autism Centre (SAAC), the adopted Charity for this year at Orchard Road. Our fund-raising booth - Gift of Love will be on site from 16-22 December 2023! Other than giving towards a meaningful cause, the public can engage in hand-crafting a keychain based on the designs drawn by SAAC students and clients. The booth will also feature an "Empathy Journey" where the public will walk through an interactive storytelling sessions on the life lessons and struggles of a person with autism.
Here’s a note from our partner - Andrew’s Autism Centre and how you can support them this season!
St. Andrew's Autism Centre (SAAC) was established in 2005 to meet a growing need to serve individuals on the autism spectrum. Our vision is to enable persons with autism to lead dignified and meaningful lives.
We achieve this by enriching their lives and that of their families through quality education, training and care, distinguished by Christian love and compassion. Today, we serve over 450 persons with autism across the lifespan through our special education school, day activity centres, and Singapore's first residential home for persons with autism.
At SAAC, we hold our values of love, integrity, growth, honour, and teamwork very close to our hearts. We believe that everyone deserves to live a life filled with purpose and meaning, and we strive to make that a reality for our beneficiaries and their families.
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Our Past Years' Community Partners
Homeless Hearts of Singapore (HHOS)
Bone Marrow Donor Programme
MSF (Ministry of Social And Family Development) - Boys' Town
- Epworth Community Services
- Projeck Sinar Ihsan
- Persatuan Pemudi Islam Singapura (PPIS) - -
- Gracehaven (Salvation Army)
2019 - Appointed Fostering Agenices
Youth Guidance Outreach Services (YGOS)
2016 and 2018 - Youth
Singapore Anglican Community Services (SACS)
2014 and 2015 - Mental Wellness, Seniors, and Family Services
Focus on the Family
2013 - Marriage and Parenting
365 Cancer Prevention Society
2012 - Health (Cancer Care and Prevention)
St. Luke's ElderCare
2011 - Seniors