Thanks to public support and donations, another disadvantaged Singaporean family has renovated their home.
In May of this year, Caleb and Rachael of smart click services, a renovation and construction company, launched a Kickstarter project to help families in Singapore who are in need of a home renovation.
The first home is that of Bobby, who is physically disabled and has “serious hygiene problems.”
“He is alone and has had a difficult time at work for the past two years. His income has also dropped from S$1,100 a month to just S$400 and he has no days off,” Caleb said. rice field.
In July, Bobby’s house was completely transformed into a home. Check out his story below.
The next house belongs to Cuiling and her family. She has mild intellectual disability, diabetes and skin problems, and her father also has intellectual disability.
Cuiling is the family’s sole caregiver and lives on her monthly income of S$300.
This is a photo of the front of Cuiling’s residence.
A total of S$12,000 was required to dispose of old furniture, install new flooring, replace bathroom fixtures and provide essentials such as refrigerators, washing machines and televisions.
In an update on August 15, Caleb said the renovation project was officially completed. “I would like to thank all the donors, sponsors and volunteers who made this happen,” said Caleb.
Check out the newly renovated Cuiling mansion. /TISG
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