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Food Ration Distribution
Shan You has been providing social services to low-income families, needy elderly and disadvantaged communities to enhance their physical, emotional, social and spiritual lives.

The strong support and dedication from our volunteers; and kind and generous donors, enable us to bring our direct and indirect services and programmes to the community. Through establishing strong partnerships with other voluntary welfare organisations and family service centres, and government agencies like community hospitals, nursing homes and Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF), we enhance the effectiveness of our programmes and services.

Food Rations Distribution Service
The programme objective is the collection, packing and preparation and delivery of food items regularly on monthly basis to needy individuals and families with financial difficulties. A stringent process is in placed to assess the financial profile of applicants or referrals to ensure only needy clients benefit from the service.

For more information, email or call 6745 9216

Helping Needy Elderly and Families in Singapore
Even in today's affluent society, there are thousands of needy families who need your help for basic necessities that many of us take for granted.

For more than 15 years, the Food Rations Distribution Service has been helping needy Singaporeans. Shan You Counselling Centre has been distributing food rations monthly to needy elderly and families with financial difficulties. This service is offered to those in need, regardless of race and religion.For more information on:
  • For Food Ration Request Form, please click here to download the form.
  • For Food Ration Review form, please click here.
  • For calendar of events for food ration distribution, please find out more here.
  • For Food Ration Appeals and Donations, please find out more here.
Any enquires regarding the Food Rations Service, please call 6745 9216

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