Chef Vicky Cheng and his wife Polly have launched a fundraising campaign with ChickenSoup Foundation to support special educational needs (SEN) children in crises.
Spurred on by the stories of hardship faced by ChickenSoup families during the pandemic, Chef Vicky and his wife Polly wanted to create something to give back to those less fortunate.
In collaboration with ChickenSoup, the two decided to launch Project Soul Relief with the mission of helping special educational needs (SEN) children of low-income single-parent families who are suffering from mental health issues amid the fifth wave of COVID.
The net profit generated from Project Soul Relief will be donated to ChickenSoup to provide urgent and tailored mental care to SEN children, which include one-on-one counseling and therapy sessions, emotional management training sessions, anti-stress workshops, daily tutorial, extracurricular activities, as well as healthy and nutritious food pack.
“There is no better position than being a parent of two daughters myself to understand children’s greatest needs, especially the love and care. Every child deserves a happy and healthy childhood.” said Chef Vicky. “My wife and I thought the best way to contribute and help those who are less fortunate during the pandemic is to utilize what we are best at and generate funds for them.”
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