This year, Eagles Mediation & Counselling Centre (EMCC) is marking 25 years of service to the Singapore community. Since its establishment in 1997, EMCC has helped thousands of adults and youth overcome mental health challenges, resolve conflicts, strengthen marriages, and repair relationships.
As part of our 25th Anniversary commemoration, EMCC is organising a fundraising luncheon on Friday, 18 November 2022. Please visit our Jubilee Appeal page for more information about booking a table.
Please consider making an outright donation even if you’re not able to take a table/ attend the luncheon. All donations of $50 and above are eligible for 2.5 times tax deduction.
The donations raised through this Jubilee Appeal will be vital for EMCC to be able to continue our mission.
(1) To donate by Cheque, please:
(2) To donate at Giving.sg please:
Over 80% of our clients (4 out of 5) pay subsidised rates. These include lower-income families, students, young working adults, and individuals in helping professions such as social workers and frontline healthcare staff. Donations therefore enable individuals and families who need financial support to get the help they need.
The high percentage of subsidised clients also means that the income from fees is insufficient to cover our costs of running the centre. Donations therefore are critical for covering the costs of maintaining the counselling rooms and training facilities.
We would like to appeal to corporations, foundations and individuals to donate generously.
The EMCC Jubilee Appeal is approved under the matching grant programme. But we will only receive the government portion if you make the donation. Thank you very much for your support.
For enquiries, please email Donate@emcc.org.sg
“I was initially shocked to learn that my daughters had sought therapy and continue to consult mental health professionals to help resolve issues. I now realize that seeking therapy is a healthy and proactive approach and fully support this cause.” ~ LLY, Donor
“EMCC is doing valuable work to empower those seeking help. The skills shared are life changing.” ~ CLL, Donor
“Our niece committed suicide in June 2020 at the age of 29. She was a doctor and had just started her specialist training to be a paediatrician. She had been suffering from depression for several years, but nobody saw this coming. It was devastating for the whole family.” ~ Anonymous Donor
The Love & Hope: Support our Youth appeal has now ended. Thanks to donations from some 30 donors including NTUC FairPrice Foundation and others who have chosen to stay anonymous, we were able to raise $25,763. Your donations will be used to subsidise counselling sessions and free talks/ workshops for young people and their care-givers.