ECSS NEWS

Stay tune to our website to find out more about the latest news at ECSS.

Volunteer Stories

"I always try my best to help them, because whenever I see their expressions, I can empathise with what they're feeling

ECSS Volunteer, Madeline, 60+ years old

“Coincidentally, I got to know about En Community Services Society when I was looking for my friend at their activity hall. When I got here, I was drawn to the programmes offered, such as the singing sessions, hence, I participated. It was a stroke of serendipity that I joined (the programme at ECSS).” ECSS Volunteer, Ivy, 60+ years old. Read more here.

“the reason I volunteer is because I think it's rewarding. While doing volunteer work, I still have the opportunity to go to the nursing home with a large group of people. The participants are very happy.” ECSS Volunteer, Janet, 60+ years old

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"I feel that volunteer on the surface seems to be helping others, but at the end of the day we, ourselves actually gained more" ECSS Volunteer, James, 60+ Years Old

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"when you show love, and care and patience to someone else, they can feel it" ECSS Volunteer, Doris, 60+ Years Old

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"因为她们的爱心,我得到了她们的关心,我也想把这份爱心传递下去,回馈社会帮助有需要帮助的人" 恩群社区服务义工,碧华 姐,70+岁

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CNC News

DR WAHFU is not any person, but simply an acronym for "Dear Readers, We Are Here For You", and "We are here for you", is a catchphrase that we often tell others.

We started this newsletter with our Care and Counselling team to provide self-help tips and well-being insights for the community. Contact us at +65 8753 9047 or ecsscare@gmail.com for more information.

Read more here.

Foodpack Distribution Programme

We have a regular bimonthly food pack distribution programme to support a community of people that we are serving, to keep in touch with them at their home regularly and to encourage each other to lead a resilience life. The smiles of our community and their support for us always warm our heart.

Contact us at encom@ecss.org.sg f you would like to find out more.

ProjeKawan

We have just started our bimonthly ProjeKawan for individuals and the public who want to socialise, network, keep fit, learn some new skills, online and in a safe environment.

Our Wonder Woman have been caring and providing for her family, she is also a breadwinner for her family. She also take part in courses to pick up new skills, organised by Care and Counselling Department. Find out how she manage her family duties here.

Monthly Updates About Volunteers

We would like to take this opportunity to thank C3A, our funder, our volunteers, our colleagues from Tri-Love Elderly department who were willing to be cast in the limelight, and all our supporters who made time to explore the virtual roadshow, and to catch the live Facebook video with us.

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During this period of time, three of our volunteers from Tri-love Elderly CT Hub, they made greeting cards, all with their resources at home and lots of creativity!

Greeting cards for residents in the nursing home. They are so pretty! Look at the colours, the words, the flowers and leaves!

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We are proud of you, our Active Aging Ambassadors! For this month of June, we are proud to say that our volunteers are actively learning and honing their skills online.

We are sure that when the face-to-face programme resume, our volunteers will be much more prepared and equipped to present great programmes to the people that they will be befriending and serving.

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Our Unstoppable Volunteers have come together with ZOOM, to learn how to use their sewing skills, to make nice and comfortable cloth masks for the community.

A few more sessions ZOOM classes for hand-sewing of cloth masks is on the way, stay tune to our Facebook page and our website for more information from our volunteers from our Tri-Love Elderly Team.

Read more here.