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Bethesda Care and Counselling Services Centre (BCCSC) is a voluntary welfare organization and a member of the National Council of Social Services (NCSS). Since our inception, we have depended on voluntary donations from individuals and organizations to run our operations and services.

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                 Events

11 November 2016, BBTC

 

Bursary Award Ceremony 2016

Time : 6.00pm to 9.00pm
Venue : 300 Bedok North Ave 3

 

 

Bethesda Care and Counselling Services Centre (BCCSC) held its 16th Bursary Awards ceremony on the 11th November, 2016. It started with a sumptuous buffet spread, where our dear volunteers helped to serve bursary recipients, families and guests.

 

Later into the night, the ceremony began with BCCSC Chairman's short address, followed by the Bursary Awards Presentation. A total of 247 students, comprising of a mix of primary, secondary and ITE students were awarded bursaries totalling an amount of $94,350.

 

We were privileged to have Ms Cheryl Chan, Member of Parliament for Fengshan SMC, to grace the occasion. Special thanks goes out to Ms Poh Teck Heok from Phillips 66 International Pte Ltd as well as Ms Jessica Tan from Community Chest Singapore (Care and Share Grant) for joining us and disbursing the bursaries. We are grateful for your generous contributions and partnership.

 

6 October 2016, BBTC

 

Partners' Appreciation Night 2016

Time : 6.30pm to 9.00pm
Venue : 300 Bedok North Ave 3

 

 

In appreciation of our volunteers, donors and partners, Bethesda Care and Counselling Services Centre (BCCSC) held our Partners' Appreciation Night at on 6 October 2016.

 

The event hall was transformed into a garden themed dinner setting with a sumptuous buffet spread, round tables and even a photo booth with floral backdrop. After our guest mingled and connected with one another over good food and ice breaker games, we proceeded to the highlight of the night - terrarium making session!

 

It was really satisfying to see everyone help one another in the terrarium making session. Young and old alike beamed with joy as they admire their finished work. Finally, the night drew to an end with a finale song performance by the staff of BCCSC. Indeed, we would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to all our volunteers and partners for journeying with us and the positive difference you have made in our community.

 

10, 11 and 18 September 2016, BBTC

 

BCCSC Awareness Week 2016
Venue : 300 Bedok North Ave 3

 

 

Recently we held our annual volunteer recruitment drive, more commonly known as BCCSC Awareness Week (BAW). This year, our event messaging was a call for people to STOP - to overcome busyness, and set aside time for our community.

 

Overall, we received over 70 new volunteer signups and collected more than S$13 000 worth of donations and sponsorship. Indeed, we are thankful to have met many new volunteers as well as old friends in the two weekends; people who will come alongside us to Serve our community, Touch lives, Open doors and Press on together. Check out our volunteer video testimonials and event photos here.

 

17 February 2016, BBTC

 

Chinese New Year Dinner 2016 - (Elderly Services)

Volunteer Performances: 5.30pm to 7.00pm

Dinner: 7.15pm to 9.00pm
Venue : 300 Bedok North Ave 3

 

 

Special thanks goes to Johanna who pulled together guest volunteers from Re Xin Opera Association, Doris Loh Line Dance (DLLD) and the karaoke singers. Together they put up a perfect blend of traditional opera coupled with energetic line dance and sing-along karaoke songs which the elderly thoroughly enjoyed.

 

Performance was swiftly followed by Lo-Hei, dinner and everyone’s favourite game, Bingo. Indeed, we are so thankful for these shared moments where we bond over food and games whilst serving one another.

 

Coordinated by BCCSC's elderly department, this dinner is held annually in an effort to foster stronger bonds between Meals-on-Wheels volunteers, elderly befrienders, clients and staff. Check out our video highlights and photos here.