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About Us

SSVP Ltd is an affiliate of the Society of St Vincent de Paul National Council of Singapore - "SSVP NCS" (which is also a registered charity since 1961). SSVP Ltd was incorporated on 28 February 2019 to manage and operate select SSVP nationwide programmes and services that are operated centrally, providing specialised support needed by our Friends In Need (FINs), across Singapore.

It is a registered charity and an Institution of a Public Character (IPC) with effect from 19 March 2021.

Funds will be used to cover our operational costs and expenses including:
- Community Services Office ("CSO") which has social work practitioners who assist FINs with more complex issues and play an essential role in helping them to stand on their own feet again to lead resilient and dignified lives.
- Milk and Diapers Programme ("MaD") which provides nutrition for babies during their crucial development from birth to three years old.
- New Social & Development Programmes that will be implemented in future to better address the complex needs of our FINs.

Our Programmes

The MaD Programme currently supports some 350 babies/toddlers (families) island wide with a target to increase to 400 by the end of 2023.

CSO manages more complex cases as well as provides holistic case management support on wide-raging needs including matrimonial, behavioural, employment, education, financial, mental health and housing support. The social work practitioners also provide needed information and referrals for aid and resources from other social service and government agencies.

Ms Teresa Christiana Katty, a 34 year old divorcee, had to leave her job at a student care centre in 2022 to look after her 4 kids, aged 11, 10, eight and one, when their caregiver, her mother fell ill and could not cope.

"The Milk & Diapers Programme takes almost $400 burden off me. I can use my money to buy other essentials and nutritious food that's better for my children like fresh meat, vegetables, fruits and especially cheese slices which they love...Sometimes the only person I can talk to is Meera because we have a bond and she is very sisterly," Ms Katty.

Ms Meera Ramachandran, Head of Commnity Services, has been assisting the family since 2018. Besides counselling support for the family, Ms Meera has also developed a holistic care plan for the family, referring them to various social service agencies.
  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Families
  • Social Service

Michelle Choh


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