Community service organisations (Supportive Agencies (Family and Child…
Community service organisations
National Parks Board
Mission: To create the best living environment through excellent greenery and recreation, in partnership with the community.
Singapore Sports hub
Mission: welcomes everyone in Singapore to watch, play and support sports and entertainment.
Singapore Sports Council
Mission: Core values of Strength Through Teamwork, Passion for Sports and Care for People underpin the way we serve our community through sports.
Youth corps Singapore
Mission: provides the breadth and depth of volunteering opportunities for youths through ad-hoc, regular and project-based service projects, with a focus on reaching out to causes such as education, environment, health, special needs, arts, sports and heritage.
Singapore Indian Education Trust
We are dedicated to helping needy and deserving Singapore Indians advance in their education by giving them mentorship and financial assistance.
YMCA Social Education
volunteer-based Christian organisation that seeks to serve and impact all members of the community, regardless of race, language or religion, through programmes, services and enterprises to develop the body, mind and spirit
Children's wishing well: Student advisory Center
Children’s Wishing Well Is A Program Of Student Advisory Centre.
We Support Students From Low Income Families In Singapore.That Children, Aged 6 To 18 Years, And Beyond If Needed, Are Supported By Alleviation Of Poverty And Creation Of A Foundation To Escape The Poverty Trap
Family and Child services
Focus on the Family
aim to enrich and equip individuals in the area of interpersonal relationships, parenting skills, as well as marriage preparation and enrichment.
TOUCH adoption services
we believe that every child is a precious gift and deserves a permanent and loving home. We seek to help prospective adopters in their adoption process, as well as prepare them for their role as adoptive parents.
Society of Sheng Hong Welfare services (Financial assistance)
Community Development Council
To build a caring and cohesive community, where we Assist the needy, Bond the people and Connect the community
Enhancing Social & Emotional Well-being
Assisting Personal Growth
· Caring for the Hurting
· Helping the Needy
Shan You Counselling Center
To deliver accessible and effective services that enhance the mental and social well-being of individuals and families in the community.
Lions home for the elders
Enabling the Elderly to Lead Enriched Lives through Holistic and Integrated Care.
Touch Senior Activity Centre
We reach out to lonely, socially isolated and vulnerable elderly living in the HDB rental units in these neighbourhoods, to provide care and support for those with little or no family support.
Child health and welfare
We provide fundamental care and guidance to children and youth as what their parents and guardians should provide.
Children's aid society
The Children Wing provides care and guidance to young residents who are between 6-12 years old. We strive to provide holistic development for our children, with programmes that are purposefully designed to help children develop cognitively, physically, socially and emotionally. We focus on life skills that enable them to handle challenges in life, to be self-aware, to build healthy relationships, to develop resilience and to work as a team.
Big Love Child protection Services
help families with Child Protection concerns and for families to improve their functioning and resilience.
To remove all gender-based barriers so as to allow individuals in Singapore to develop their potential to the fullest and realise their personal visions and hopes.
Care Corner; Circle of care
support pre-school children from low income and disadvantaged families and who have additional need for learning, developmental or behavioural support by working closely with their parents, teachers and therapists.
The Student Care Centres provide after-school care for students whose parents are unable to be at home to look after them in the day. Staff members and volunteers provide students with general basic care; provide wholesome activities to engage them; as well as help them in their studies.
Foster on our future
being a one-stop children and youth centre that offers a continuum of alternative care services that meets each and every child’s best interests.
The network aims to engage the community in rehabilitation, coordinate member agencies activities and develop innovative rehabilitative initiatives.
Singapore corporation of rehabilitative
seeks to enhance the employability of offenders and prepare them for their eventual reintegration into the national workforce by focusing on four main building blocks of training, work employment assistance and community engagement.
To mobilise, engage and equip the Christian community to minister to prisoners, ex-offenders and their families, enabling them to be a blessing to society
aims to assist and empower persons with mental health issues to regain confidence in themselves and others in their journey towards community reintegration.
Association for psychiatric Rehabilitation Singapore
To promote, support and strengthen community-oriented rehabilitation services and resources for persons with psychiatric disabilities.
Singapore Association for Mental Health
To improve the lives of persons with mental illness and provide support for their families
To promote acceptance and respect for persons with mental illness
To improve the mental resilience of our community
THK Epic centers
help anyone who needs help with full respect to their race, colour, creed, language, culture and religion
committed to enhance the quality of life of persons with disabilities and their families through providing person-centric programmes and services to enable them to achieve their fullest potential;
Leading innovation and developing capabilities that better support their needs and aspiration; advocating and engaging partners and the public to co-create an inclusive community.
Developing individuals with special needs to their fullest potential so that they can lead dignified, fulfilling and independent lives as integral members of the society