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*COVID-19 Update: Due to COVID-19, many vulnerable communities face new challenges. Fundraising has also become exceptionally difficult. We would like to make an appeal to all to join us in our efforts in reaching out during these tough times. Your donation will fund new initiatives and existing programmes that support these communities. Please read "Our Programmes" for more information on these programmes.

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The YMCA of Singapore stands to challenge, champion and train youth to stand up and be counted as independent and effective contributors to an inclusive society.

Our "YMCA Strong" campaign is a statement of our desired outcome for all we serve - to give our clients a hand up, not simply a handout, so that each one will be strengthened to reach their potential.

Our programmes range from training and employing special needs youth to mobilising and training youth leaders and volunteers to serve the needy in society.

Our Programmes

*COVID-19 Alleviation Initiative: YMCA Project Makan - Every $5 donated cover the costs of preparation and delivery of a meal to a family in need. This collaboration with The Social Kitchen partners Shine Children and Youth Services to support social service agencies to identify those in dire need.

Many of our programmes reach out to vulnerable communities. Your contributions will help sustain these efforts, enabling us to support them effectively during this difficult time.

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1. Community Service Programmes
These structured programmes bring cheer to persons with special needs, under-privileged children, seniors and families in need. Examples include vocational training for special needs, baking activities and interaction sessions with the elderly, as well as adventure camps to build confidence and resilience in the special needs.

2. Youth Development Programmes
YMCA develops and empowers them to realise their full potential, building a community of responsible community champions that will continually build a better world. Examples include an annual competition held for 400 students to conceptualise projects that benefit SSAs of their choice and a learning course that encourages creative initiatives by ITE students to benefit others.

3. Volunteers Programme
Apart from providing volunteering opportunities, YMCA together with lecturers of NUS Business School train and impart knowledge and skills to social service staff and volunteers.
SUPPORTED CAUSES
  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Disability
  • Social Service
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