Mr. Rajoo, 58 years old, is working hard to turn his life aroundCampaign started on 14/05/2021
Raised of S$2,100.00
43Days to go
Mr. Rajoo is currently emplaced in a halfway house, and will be going for his job interview this week, with the recommendation of his caseworkers. This is his way of making up to his family, especially his elderly widowed mum.
When we met Mr. Rajoo, he spoke how thankful he is to his younger sister who is struggling to upkeep the payment for the helper who is caring for their mum, who attends dialysis thrice a week. Mr. Rajoo has another two siblings who are unable to contribute due to their own financial struggles while supporting their families and children.
The rehabilitation of ex-offenders is long and often difficult as there are many issues affecting them. For Mr. Rajoo, finances are his main source of worry. He has yet to secure employment, hence his finances are not yet stable.
Ray of Hope would therefore like to raise S$2,100 (S$700 x 3 months). $550 will go to defray the costs of Mr. Rajoo’s living expenses while he works towards being stable in his job, and $150 will be in the form of NTUC vouchers for his mother.
You can do it, Mr Rajoo