Salvation Army Haven Children's Home

Since 1981, The Haven has been caring for abandoned, abused and neglected children. An individualised total care plan, coupled with a stable and safe home-like environment help disadvantaged children heal from their broken past and develop a healthy self-esteem and identity. 

Besides attending school, the children can choose to participate in sports and recreational activities at the Home. Volunteers provide academic support to children who are weak in their school subjects. Enrichment and fun programmes/camps are also organised to build self-esteem, character, leadership and develop their potential. The Home also works towards preparing the children’s reintegration into the community and reunion with thier families. 

Our capacity is 50 children and we currently care for around 40 children. 

Our projected expenditure for this financial year is $1,647,000. We need to raise donations totalling $1,000,000 for the year. 

All donations are tax-deductible at 2.5 times the donation amount. Only donations above $50 will receive a paper copy of the tax receipt by snail mail.


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