When you give, you don't just part with your dollars and cents.
You make a stand about the need to look after our elders better.
When you give to St Joseph’s Home, you’re not just meeting the nutritional needs or day-to-day requirements of our residents and staff.
You’re also helping to forge a new narrative on how we should come together to look after our elders, especially those who cannot take care of themselves anymore or who don’t have any family to support them.
Because before these seniors arrived, they were once active and independent. And many of them still feel that way even though their bodies disagree. So why should coming to a care home or being in a wheelchair change the way they live their later years?
And why should we outsource care to others when the responsibility is on us to support our seniors the way we’d like to be supported when we grow older?
When you give, you make your voice heard. About the need to redefine the way we think about ageing and what it means to look after our elders well.
If you could like to make an in-kind donation, please read on...
Listed below are the items we need all year round. You may donate any of these and leave them with our front desk officers between Mondays and Sundays, 9am - 9pm. This list is updated regularly so do check back for the latest.
Just as we want the best for our loved ones and friends, here at St Joseph's Home, we too want the best for our residents and staff. So kindly note:
If you could like to donate previously used / excess items that you may have (e.g. wheelchairs, beds, unused milk feeds), please send pictures of the item(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org for us to see if we have use for it / them.
Current items that we are looking for (as of 29 March 2018):
Should you have further questions, please email us at email@example.com
It takes a village and a variety of programmes to enable our seniors to feel physically, socially and emotionally supported. Find out how your funds will be put to use for your preferred donation recipient here.