Wheels of Hope

Giving Hope, Improving Wellbeing

Kampung Senang is an IPC established since 1999. Wheels of Hope projects encompass 5 Community Charity Projects serving lonely elders, needy sick, and adults and children affected by cancer or mental deficiencies Our Wheels of Hope team helps the community by “Giving hope and improving wellbeing”.

Mobility Aids Services & Training Centre

Mobility Aids Services & Training Centre

Repairs, recycles and services wheelchairs, hospital beds, walking frames and other mobility aids for the purpose of loaning out the recycled equipment to 1,800 needy families. Click here for more info

Cancer Holistic Supports

Cancer Holistic Supports

Providing a holistic support to cancer patients and their family members through Gift of Good Food, Home Visits and Wellness Consultation. Click here for more info.

Elderly Day Care Centre

Elderly Day Care Centre

Elders are cared for in an airy and friendly environment much like the Kampung of the good old days. Their program ranges from light physical activities (music & dancing) to singing, painting, and coloring. Meals are included. Click here for more info.

Holistic Wellness Centre (TCM)

Holistic Wellness Centre (TCM)

Experienced homoeopathists & trained Chinese physicians offer medical checkups, consultations and treatment with Acupuncture and/ or Chinese medicines to the needy of all ages. Click here for more info.

  • While our work commitments prevent us from being with our mother, we are grateful for the patient care you offer to my mum. We are impressed with the activities and the assistance you are providing my mum with great organic vegetarian food, outings and activities as well as arranging for the transportation.
    Joanne Ong
    Daughter of Mdm Neo Chng
  • Kampung Senang was a centre different from the rest which offered day activities which we felt she would enjoy and to better pass her time. The environment there, especially the garden offers a calm and relaxing scene which stood out from the other centers. Few years later, unfortunately she had suffered a mild stroke and began to have cognitive decline, eventually resulting in dementia. Despite the challenges, the centre had offered their caring and attentive support to her and the family.
    Nora and David Wong