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How Your Donation Makes a Difference

About Us

Sarah*, who is in Primary 3, always looks forward to being in our student care centre after school. "How come?" You might ask. Well, for a start, she always feels like it is her second home while mum's hard at work. She gets the love and care from 'aunties' and 'sisters' as well as yummy home cooked meals. Not to mention the many friends she has at the centre who learn and play together with her.

Like Sarah, many other students from low income or single parent families get the care and guidance they need after school while their parents make ends meet. We strive to keep our fees as low as possible while these students enjoy all the extra enrichment programmes and activities at no additional cost. Your generous contribution goes a long way in giving these children the joy that every child deserves.
Thank you.

*Name has been changed to protect the beneficiary's identity.

Founded in 1952, PPIS is a dynamic client-focused social service, non-profit organisation dedicated to working with women of all ages who are carrying out their multiple roles in society. PPIS runs two core community services, namely Social Services and Early Childhood Education (ECE) Services. With seven Social Services centres and six ECE centres, both services work together to provide quality and holistic support as well as developmental programmes for women and their families.
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Our Programmes

The programmes that our centres run are distinctive from one another as different centre specializes in different areas:

Salaam Support Programme - For children and adolescents between 10 - 17 years old who have gone through parent death or divorce.

MAWAR Programme - Support programme for divorced / widowed mothers with dependent children.

Public Education Workshop - Talks or workshops focusing on issues related to impact of divorce on children, responsibilities after divorce and co-parenting issues.

Titian Kasih (Bridge of Love) Programme - The course aims to equip young couples with skills and knowledge to build a strong and stable marriage.

HOPE & SINAR SAFAR Programme - Serves to support young families in their journey towards empowerment and resilience.

Program Memupuk Kasih - (Nurturing Love) - Discover insights on establishing a stable stepfamily.

Bunayya Programme - Designed to support children in their journey of living in stepfamilies.
  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Education
  • Women & Girls

Mohammad Shahrin Latif

Persatuan Pemudi Islam Singapura (PPIS)

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