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Beyond Social Services

Beyond is a Voluntary Welfare Organisation (VWO) but we see ourselves as a village that helps raise disadvantaged children and youths. Every child deserves a chance to make their way, that's why we want to be there for them as they grow - as a friend, mentor and support network.

Mission to help children and youths from less privileged backgrounds break away from the poverty cycle

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Calvary Community Care

Believes in connecting and empowering children and youths through their   educational and skill development programmes.

Supports the children and youths by providing programmes that will help to nurture their social and self development


Care Corner

Provides a range of quality services for the well-being and growth of the community based on the principle of 'CARE'

To impact the lives of people in Singapore with CARE and sharing LOVE.


iC2 Prephouse

Singapore's first and only institution of its kind. iC2 provides structured educational and rehabilitative programmes aimed at empowering and enabling children and youths with visual impairments to live life confidently, independently and to maximise their potential.

To enable the confident living for the visually impaired in the sighted community.

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Malay Youth Performing Arts

MyPart provides a comprehensive programme in music, drama, dance and sports to malay youth from low-income families thereby, developing their talents and skills. promoting and providing opportunities for the youth to interact, learn and share and also provide a platform to showcase their talent.

Life journey through music.


New Hope Community Services

At New Hope, our goal goes beyond providing temporary shelter to those we serve; we want to infuse them with real hope to see their lives change. Our mission is to stand in the gap and provide a Shelter of Hope to these homeless Singaporeans and to empower them to alleviate and improve their situation.

Giving shelter of hope to displaced individuals and families.


 REACH Community Services Society

In REACH, we engage youths through community and school-based outreach in self and skills development. 

Mission to empower young people towards their better selves by activating their strengths and reaching their fullest potential.

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Society of Sheng Hong Welfare Services

Society of Sheng Hong Welfare Services (SSHWS) was set up as the welfare team arm of Lorong Koo Chye Sheng Hong Temple Association with the objective of carrying out relevant good work and welfare activities to relieve hardship as well as to bring benefits to the society and community.

Bringing benefits to the society and community.


Adventist Nursing & Rehabilitation Centre

A little Heaven where patients find help, comfort and friendship among God-fearing staff and volunteers who believe in the healing power of God, the Great Master Physician. Providing therapy for the rehabilitation of the disabled and handicapped to make them self-reliant.

Love and care for the sick.

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Calvary Community Care

Calvary Care Community (C3) is a not-for profit voluntary welfare organisation registered in March 2010. Our mission is to serve the needy in the community regardless of race, age, gender or religion. Our vision is to be a respected charity serving the needy out of love for them relating to them holistically as individuals.

C3's main focus as a broad-based charity will be on the elderly, youths and children.


Care Community Services Society

At CCSS, we are not content simply to see someone helped; we want to see individuals and families transformed and became empowered people who are then channels of blessing for others in the larger community. 

Serve the community and to influence and equip individuals and families for empowered living through generations.


Filos Community Services

Filos Community Services is a voluntary welfare organisation for the effective functioning of individuals and families.

To build resilience and empower individuals and families.

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Goodlife Makan by Montfort Care

Goodlife! aims to provide just that for our seniors. The centre takes a holistic approach to active ageing by organising activities that address both the physical and mental wellness of our seniors.

Good health, good mind, good friends, good family and good community.

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Jalan Kukoh RC

The Residents’ Committees (RCs) were introduced in 1978 to promote neighbourliness, racial harmony and community cohesiveness amongst residents within their respective RC zones in Housing and Development Board estates.

Promote neighbourliness, harmony and cohesiveness amongst residents.


Lakeside Family Services

We, at Lakeside fulfil our Christian responsibility to the society by caring for the community. We provide quality services, focused on the needs of individuals and families in the community at Jurong, regardless of race, language and religion. We work in harmony with our neighbours, the community and the government.

LFS provide highly subsidised and quality services to underprivileged children, youths, families and elderly, regardless of race, language or religion.

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Life Point

Life Point is a project piloted by Society of Sheng Hong Welfare Services in February 2013. It is a community based specialised service to assist seniors who are weak or with no social or family support.

An outreach initiative for elderlies to build rapport and identify immediate needs

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Moonlight Home

Moonlight Home for the aged and the handicapped LLP (MHAH), a self-funding nursing home established in 1985. We strive to be one of the best nursing home that provides quality and hands on professional care for the elderly population. 

Provide short or long term nursing care for seniors and handicapped community in a family oriented environment.

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Society of Sheng Hong Welfare Services

Society of Sheng Hong Welfare Services (SSHWS) was set up as the welfare arm of Lorong Koo Chye Sheng Hong Temple Association with the objective of carrying out relevant good work and welfare activities to relieve hardship as well as to bring benefits to the society and the community. 

Bringing benefits to the society and the community.


St. Johns Home for the Elderly

To provide shelter and to care for the physical and spiritual needs of such elderly persons as have no home or suitable accommodation and no children or close relatives who have adequate facilities for looking after them.

The Home is ope to all regardless of race and creed.


Association for Persons with Special Needs

APSN is a social service agency that provides special education for persons with mild intellectual disability. We adopt holistic approach from academics to vocational and employment

Inspire to build capabilities of its partners and communities to lead and advocate an inclusive society.


Handicaps Welfare Association

HWA fosters friendship, understanding and mutual assistance among its members. To promote the welfare, education, training, rehabilitation, employment and other interests of its members. ​HWA creates among the community and government an awareness of the special needs of people with disabilities and solicit their cooperation and assistance in furtherance of the objectives of the Association.

An organization committed to enhance the quality of life of people with physical disabilities and integrate them into mainstream society


Metta Welfare Association

'Metta' in Pali means 'loving kindness'. From the young to the elderly, the infirm to the terminally ill, we transcend racial and religious barriers to enhance their quality of life. Metta provides care

Provide welfare services regardless of race or religion.


Singapore Association for the Deaf

Singapore Association for the Deaf (SADeaf) not just provides services for the deaf community, but – being run by deaf as well as some hearing – serve as an important voice for the deaf community advocating for equal opportunity in all aspects of life.

To assist hearing impaired individuals to achieve a better quality of life 


Very Special Arts Singapore

Very Special Arts Singapore (VSA) started to promote the educational, rehabilitative and therapeutic benefits of visual and performing arts for people with special needs and supports arts as a means to integrate individuals with special needs into mainstream society. If possible, VSA acts as an agent to assist their clients to obtain financial assistance/independence through their artistic abilities.

To create and provide access and opportunities for people with disabilities through art


Casa Raudhah

Casa Raudha offers counselling, legal assistance, financial support and a variety of empowerment programmes for the women and the children. Casa Raudha can house up to 50 mistreated women and their young children at a time. In the protected environment, the charity offers them the opportunity to rebuild their lives through a platform of structured routines, learning opportunities and stability.

To provide shelter and care for the abused and homeless women and to empower them to be confident and self-reliant


Care Corner 

To provide a range of quality services for the well-being and growth of the community based on the principle of 'CARE' 

Community that embraces prisoners, ex-offenders and their families with God's love and transformative power

Daughters of Tomorrow

Registered as a charity under the Charities Act of Singapore, Daughters Of Tomorrow complements and supports existing training and workforce-related agencies by connecting volunteers and community resources to enable each woman on an individual level. By deep-diving into practical day-to-day constraints of these women, we offer hand-holding and individual coaching to help each woman reach regular and sustained employment.

To facilitate livelihood opportunities for underprivileged women and support them in building & sustaining financially independent and resilient families.


Humanitarian Organisation for Migrant Economics

The Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics (HOME) registered as a society and charity in 2004 and is dedicated to upholding the rights of migrant workers in Singapore, including victims of human trafficking and forced labour.

We work for the well-being, justice & empowerment of migrant workers & trafficked victims in Singapore


Prison Fellowship

​Our core activities focus on strengthening the church-community partnership and developing cohesiveness and integration with society through programmes that bring prisoners, victims and the community together.

We believe that no life is beyond the reach of God’s power, and we envision a future in which inmates, ex-offenders, and families in the prison system are redeemed, restored, and reconciled through the love and truth of Jesus Christ.

Community that embraces prisoners, ex-offenders and their families with God's love and transformative power