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About Us

The Archdiocesan Commission for the Pastoral Care of Migrants & Itinerant People (ACMI) serves all migrants, especially the underprivileged and vulnerable, in Singapore - regardless of nationality or religion. ACMI was commissioned by the Catholic Church in Singapore in 1998 and registered as a Charity under the Charities Act in 2016.

#25for25 kicks off our 25th anniversary celebrations. Help us serve and be family to migrants for the next 25 years by giving monthly today! Support MDWs who work tirelessly to look after our children and our elderly. Many of whom are single mothers. Migrant workers who work under the hot weather and help in nation-building and building of our homes. Transnational families (consisting of one Singaporean spouse and a foreign spouse) who are often faced with unemployment and high fees in areas of healthcare and education for their non-Singaporean child.

Our Programmes

ACMI's programmes aim to support and empower migrants and meet their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.

Skills Development provides language and vocational courses to Migrant Domestic Workers (MDWs). Through gaining new skills and knowledge, they can build confidence and self-worth. ACMI aims to help them form communities and feel welcomed, cared for, and supported by their friends and the ACMI family.

Outreach & Engagement facilitates the fostering of friendship bonds, create better understanding and cohesion between the local and migrant communities. With a social support network, individuals can contribute meaningfully to the community. With better understanding of employment related concerns through engagement with migrants, ACMI develops purposeful workshops and activities for migrants so that they are equipped with the relevant skills and knowledge.

Assistance & Well-being aims to help and motivate migrants to transform their lives in a holistic manner. ACMI supports migrant families or individuals in areas of counselling, legal, shelter, education, and other assistance to ensure that their dignity, safety, and security are protected at all times.

Pastoral & Formation strives to give pastoral care in all areas of our services to reflect the love of God and care of the Church for the migrants. Guided by Catholic Social Teaching, we work for the integral human development which distinguishes us from private charity or social work.
  • Community
  • Families
  • Social Service

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