11-month-old baby Lucian Gabriel A/L Vilvanesshaan suddenly lost consciousness while in the care of a babysitter and was rushed to the hospital for treatment. Despite the efforts of the medical team, they were unable to save the young life. The cause of death was determined to be cerebral hemorrhage, and the family suspected foul play, prompting them to report the incident to the police and request an investigation.

The baby's father had traveled to Singapore for work about a month ago to provide a better life for his family, leaving his mother to work at a nearby restaurant. As a result, they entrusted the care of their baby to a babysitter.

Following the tragic incident, the parents, who had limited savings, sought assistance from One Hope Charity to handle their child's end-of-life arrangements. One Hope Charity rallied support from the community to cover the expenses related to the casket, cremation, and the Christian funeral ceremony.

One Hope Charity has been committed to providing funeral and burial assistance to impoverished families. Whenever eligible, One Hope Charity takes full responsibility for funeral expenses, allowing families to send their departed loved ones on their final journey with peace of mind.

One Hope Charity also promotes the "Promise of the last journey" care program, which allows elderly individuals without proper arrangements for their post-life matters to register with the foundation. In doing so, the foundation will fulfill their funeral wishes when the time comes.

Thanks to the donations from the general public, One Hope Charity can continue to assist financially disadvantaged families and elderly individuals in managing end-of-life arrangements. Those interested in contributing can make donations at any time, as this support is ongoing and crucial for unforeseen circumstances.

Furthermore, if there are impoverished families who are unable to arrange post-life affairs for their deceased relatives or if elderly individuals living alone require pre-registration, they can contact our hotline at 016-920 29202, 019-232 2192, or 04-539 9212 for assistance.