The Association of Muslim Professionals (AMP) was established on 10 October 1991, as an important resolution of the First national Convention of Singapore Muslim Professionals which was held on 6 and 7 October 1990.
AMP is a registered charitable organisation and is accorded the status of an Institution of a Public Character (IPC). AMP is guided by its core principles of being independent, non-partisan and working in critical collaboration with all parties that share its mission to bring about a Dynamic Muslim Community in the 21st century.
Debt Advisory Centre The Debt Advisory Centre (DAC) was set up to tackle debt issues within the Malay/Muslim community in Singapore, with the broader objective of strengthening the community's overall financial standing.
Family Services The Family Services department manages the Adopt a Family & Youth Scheme (AFYS), an all-encompassing scheme representing a family-based approach in providing assistance to underprivileged families.
Marriage Hub The Marriage Hub of AMP runs [email protected], which provides premarital counseling, and marriage preparation and enrichment to minor Muslim couples where either one or both parties are aged below 21.
Training and Education The Training and Education department promotes lifelong learning through skills upgrading courses, enhanced parental involvement in children's education and development and financial assistance.
Youth The Youth department conducts programmes comprising tuition classes and personal development programmes.