Raised of S$200.00
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Mr Samy*, 63 years old, is currently serving the remaining part of his sentence at a halfway house due to narcotics offences. His wife who is 60 years old, currently suffers from chronic diabetes and asthma. His wife used to work as an assistant physiotherapist however, left her job in July this year as her diabetic condition was worsening. After taking a few months to recover, she has secured employment as an assistant physiotherapist and will be starting in October. Mr Samy informs us that her diabetic condition is still critical however, she has to work in order to support herself.
When we met Mr Samy, he spoke of his deep regret and is currently striving hard towards turning over a new leaf for his wife. Before his incarceration, he held a steady job as a cleaning supervisor and together with his wife’s income, they led a comfortable life. As his wife is staying alone at their flat, he is worried about her wellbeing and health condition.
Mr Samy has signed up for a forklift course in a bid to upgrade himself and hopes to secure a better paying job once his course ends. He will be starting his forklift course in October this year.
Give Hope – Help Needed
Ray of Hope would like to raise S$200 to defray Mr Samy’s wife groceries expenses. The amount raised will be converted to NTUC Vouchers. Please help Mr Samy as he is deeply worried about his wife and is striving hard in order to turn over a new leaf!
* Name has been changed to protect Mr Samy’s identity as he is currently in a halfway house
* My Samy and his wife are not receiving government financial assistance
November 4, 2019
October 2019 DisbursementMr Samy has started working and is working hard in order to turn his life around and provide a better life for his wife. The S$200 NTUC vouchers will greatly help his wife as she has just returned back to work.
Keep going bro and speedy recovery for his wife.