WE BELIEVE

BY GIVING THEM PROPER CARE & ATTENTION, THEY CAN PREPARE THEMSELVES BETTER TO STEP INTO THE SOCIETY.

The most common challenges faced by the special needs community include the lack of awareness and sensitivity from the public, the difficulty faced by them when they integrate into the society and also the special education required for them. We partner with homes for children with special needs providing them with both financial and physical support.

The Challenge

Each year, hundreds of thousands of children in Asia suffer from physical and mental impairments at child birth or during their growing up stage. Many family do not have substantial financial abilities to provide these children with special needs the adequate health care and treatments they need.

Children with special needs are often alienated by the society due to the lack of understanding towards them. Only a handful of these children will be able to get a job and become socially accepted by the society when they grow up.

The Opportunity

This presents in itself an opportunity for the world to rehabilitate in what have already been a distorted one. Organizational as well as a concerted effort by supporting charities can be synced to drive the most daring of social movements. Given the appropriate time and seeding, this can and will be the greatest of social help that can change the lives of these children.

The Strategy

Coupled with local governmental support and funding by foundations, social drives of this magnitude are tied in with financial institutions that believe in the cause. With corporate social responsibilities being one of the fringe by-missions of companies, we incorporate help in this manner to drive the society to paying attention to these groups of children.

Missionary work and social visits to establishments by these organizations are, while inducted as part of mandatory programmes within these foundation members and company staffs, to be seen eventually as a time-effective tool to see the final destination where the society slowly sets itself to believe that these group of special needs children deserve the love that has been long lost.