Cape of Colours assists students from all nationalities who come from low-income families on a case-by-case basis with financial aid to progress in their education pursuits.
... it has eased our students’ burden ...
“Si Ling Secondary School wishes to thank Cape of Colours and their donors for their generosity and wonderful kindness. Their financial donations towards our financially needy students’ meals and transport are very much appreciated. On behalf of the parents and guardians of these students we wish to express our deepest thanks.
As a result of your help it has eased our students’ burden and facilitated their coming to school regularly. This will certainly give our youngsters a good chance to develop well and contribute back to society in future.”
Wong Lok Oon
Principal, Si Ling Secondary School
“Cape of Colours started helping me with financial support since I was Secondary Two. It helped to reduce the financial burden of my family, and gave me the ease to be like any other student, to be able to focus on the things that I needed at my age. I don't have to worry about money all the time. They did not require me to perform well for my studies or life,
… All they did was to give with no strings attached.
As a foreign student who studies in Singapore, my family and I are indescribably grateful to be able to receive such help. I wished more needy students can also receive this help that I had undeservingly gotten, in which I would like to play a part in.”
Year 3 Student,
Now we have a chance of building
a better future…
“Cape of Colours helped our family in many ways. One of which is we are less worried and pressurized about our school fees which enabled us to focus on our studies. It also enabled us to go out with our friends and family more often. Now we have the chance of building a better future.
We are very thankful for the help from Cape of Colours. It made us realized how blessed we are to get help from people whom we barely know and when we grow up, we hope to return the help and help other families with difficulties.”
Secondary 4 “N” Level Student,
Northbrooks Secondary School
Secondary 2 Student,
Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School
Primary 6 Student,
Yishun Primary School