Provide shelter for migrant domestic workers in crises situations
by HUMANITARIAN ORGANISATION FOR MIGRATION ECONOMICS
HOME Shelter is a safe sanctuary for abused and exploited domestic workers who have no way of supporting themselves or a place to stay in Singapore. The shelter provides boarding, lodging, and food during their stay as the domestic workers go through the process of seeking legal recourse or resolving employment or salary-related disputes with their employers.
Empowering women through financial education
by Aidha Ltd
There are nearly 250,000 foreign domestic workers (FDWs) living in Singapore. They have made the difficult decision to leave behind their children and family in hopes of creating a better future. While their remittances provide much needed financial support to their families, most women return home with little to no savings at the end of their contracts.
Give a Gift of Hope
by Down Syndrome Association
A Mother's love is beyond our understanding. It is made of devotion, sacrifice, and sometimes pain. It knows no limits. It is unselfish and enduring. It is patient and forgiving. It never fails and falters. It believes beyond believing, even when the world thinks otherwise.
Ready To Eat Meals
by Free Food For All Limited
FFFA is pioneering a concept of preparing Ready to Eat Meals in a retort packing. The meals are a good blend of local favorites suitable for even the most discerning of palates. We will home deliver a carton of Ready to Eat Meals which are in ambient temperature. This is meant to supplement the monthly requirement of 1 person.
You're Not Alone - Helping People with Mental Health Problems
by Club HEAL
One of the most important causes of suicide, poor mental health affects more people every year. Yet, many sufferers are still not receiving help due to concerns regarding mental health stigma.
Bus Concession fund
by Children's Wishing Well
Not all our beneficiaries reside within walking distance from their schools. As such $10 per month is definitely insufficient to clock regular attendance at school.
Spare your Change, Create Change!
by The New Charis Mission
Isn't it difficult for people to change for the better? Isn't it hopeless to keep trying to help an addict / ex-offender? Truth be told, it isn't easy to drive change in our beneficiaries' lives. But we never give up.
Support Disadvantaged Children's Education and Learning
by Epworth Community Services
Beyond educational support, Epworth Literacy equips children with social, emotional, and behavioural skills to enable them to be lifelong learners. We urge you to support us through cash donations or donation of items for our children.
Every Girl Loved, Every Life Transformed
by Presbyterian Community Services
Gladiolus Place (formerly known as AG Home) is a Christian residential refuge for teenage girls aged 12-19 years of age. Here, we provide a safe and loving family environment for every girl who walks through our door.
Give Me a Chance to Make it Right!
by The Community Justice Centre
Peer-support and volunteer groups play an invaluable role in supporting an offender's rehabilitation efforts. They also help facilitate the offender's re-entry into society, helping them to break away from their criminal lifestyle.
Food Gift Programme for underprivileged families
by Loving Heart Multi-Service Centre (Jurong)
Loving Heart provides food gift packs monthly to deserving families and the need for this assistance has been increasing over the years. About 500 families benefited from our Food Gift Programme in 2017.
Volunteer: Tutor @ Yio Chu Kang Zone 9 RC
by Beyond Social Services
Help children in homework or assessments, encourage them in their learning -Tutor children and positively support them in their learning every Monday
Volunteer: Block Visits to Rental Flats
by Morning Star Community Services Ltd.
CareNights is a free night care service for children from low-income families whereby their parents are not able to look after their children at night because they need to work overtime, attend night classes or for single parents who need respite.