How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Thank you for donating $10. Your donation will be doubled via the Bicentennial Community Fund.
Thank you for donating $50. Your donation will be doubled via the Bicentennial Community Fund.
Thank you for donating $100. Your donation will be doubled via the Bicentennial Community Fund.
Thank you for donating $500. Your donation will be doubled via the Bicentennial Community Fund.
About Campaignends 21 Feb 2020, 11:59 PM
But for many of Trybe's disadvantaged and at-risk youth clients, having a meal together with their family not only means physical nourishment, but psychological and emotional as well. For these youth, who may come from complex backgrounds, shared mealtimes may be a first step in restoring relationships between them and their families.
This Chinese New Year season, be an advocate for restoration through giving. Support building stronger family bonds by gifting at-risk youth with a special family time together today.
All proceeds will go towards family-client related programmes and activities in Trybe that actively carve quality time for the youth and their loved ones.
For cheque donations, please visit https://www.trybe.org/donate/cheque/
About the Charity
Established in 1995, Trybe is a social service agency that serves youth facing adversities. A member of the National Council of Social Services (NCSS), Trybe is a charity that has been granted the Institution of Public Character (IPC) status.
Our vision is 'Every Youth a Success Story'. We believe that all youth are able to reach the fullest of their potentials to live successful lives. Thus, we are united by our mission - to journey with youth who face adversities to lead purposeful lives, inspiring them to impact others.
Through our Community & Youth Services (CYS) Division, and management of the Singapore Boys' Hostel (SBHL) and the Community Rehabilitation Centre (CRC), Trybe provides youth with guidance and offer support for their families and communities by engaging them in our services spanning across developmental, prevention, intervention and rehabilitation work.