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About Us

REACH Community Services Society was founded in 1998 by Grace Assembly of God to help the Least, the Lost, and the Lonely in the community. REACH was registered as a charitable organisation in 1999 and has been an approved Institution of Public Character (IPC) since 2009. REACH offers community programmes and services through our six touchpoints. We strive to inspire hope and empower change in vulnerable families, distressed couples, at-risk youths, and lonely seniors through our four core pillars: Family Service, Counselling Service, Youth Service and Senior Service. We aim to support families through financial assistance, casework and counselling; build lasting marriages through marital counselling; empower at-risk youths through mentoring sessions and engagement programmes; and aid our elderly to age gracefully through community projects. To find out more about the work REACH does, please visit https://www.reach.org.sg/.

Our Programmes

WHO WE SERVE
- Low income, needy and vulnerable individuals / families.
- Underprivileged children and youths-at-risk.
- Distressed couples losing trust in marriage, or in fractured family relationships.
- Poor, socially isolated and helpless seniors and their caregivers.
- Persons with mental health issues such as anxiety and depressive disorders

OUR STRATEGIC THRUSTS
- To strengthen vulnerable families and individuals by helping them to achieve independence, stability and resilience
- To develop and empower youths towards positive self-image and realising their potential
- To build enduring marriages for couples so as to provide a stable environment to nurture the next generation
- To promote active in-place aging for seniors and support system for their caregivers
SUPPORTED CAUSES
  • Children & Youth
  • Elderly
  • Families
  • Social Service
CONTACT US

Denise Tan

REACH Community Services Society

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