The Charities Unit, also known as the office of the Commissioner of Charities (COC), was set up on 1 July 2006, as part of the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS). Following the recommendations of the Inter-Ministry Committee (IMC) on the Regulation of Charities and Institutions of a Public Character (IPCs), the Charities Unit was officially transferred to the Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS) on 1 September 2006.
Charities Unit, 140 Hill Street Level 2, Singapore 179369
The ACRES Wildlife Rescue Centre (AWRC) is Singapore’s first facility dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of animals rescued from the illegal wildlife trade and injured native wild animals.
The AWRC was officially opened on the 13th August 2009 by Dr. Lim Wee Kiak, Member of Parliament for Sembawang GRC.
The AWRC plays a vital role in ending the illegal wildlife trade in Singapore and the region both through its rescue efforts, and also by serving as a centre for education on this important issue.
Acres Wildlife Rescue Centre, 91 Jln Lekar, Singapore 698917
Action For Aids (Afa) Is Singapore’s Leading Independent Organisation Of Hiv Experts
AFA is a non-governmental organisation dedicated to fighting AIDS/HIV infection in Singapore. It draws upon a network of healthcare professionals, advocates, educators and volunteers, to implement educational, testing, treatment and welfare programmes.
9 Kelantan Lane #03-01, Singapore 208628
Action for Singapore Dogs (ASD) is a registered charity and was established in December 2000 as a non-profit organization with the mission to improve the welfare of stray and abandoned dogs in Singapore with a strict no-kill policy.
We aim to fulfill our mission through various activities and programs including rescuing, fostering and re-homing of stray and abandoned dogs, advocating sterilization to control the stray population, responsible pet ownership and highlighting the virtues of our local dogs, the Singapore Specials.
Not-for-profit organisation dedicated to enriching lives through financial education. Aidha serves female migrant workers in Singapore, teaching skills in confidence-building, money management and entrepreneurship.
748A North Bridge Road, Singapore 198716
Animal Lovers League (ALL) is a registered charity and home to over 500 dogs and cats, and the animals under their care consist of vagrant strays, abandoned, traumatised, abused and rescued animals. ALL is strictly no-kill.
ALL aims to encourage the public to adopt instead of buying animals, and endeavour to rejoin the animals at ALL with loving and committed families.
The Animal Lodge, 59 Sungei Tengah Road, Block Q #01-29, Singapore 699014
AWWA is a social service agency, serving over 16,000 persons across life-stages yearly. Services include early intervention for pre-schoolers, education and disability support for children and adults with additional needs, assistance to low income families, caregivers, and health and social assistance for vulnerable seniors. AWWA is Singapore-based, with an Institution of a Public Character (IPC) status.
9 Lorong Napiri, Singapore 547531
ASEF is an intergovernmental not-for-profit organisation which brings together the peoples of Asia and Europe to address common global challenges by:We are an intergovernmental,not-for-profit organisation which brings together the peoples of Asia and Europe to address common global challenges.We are an intergovernmental,not-for-profit organisation which brings together the peoples of Asia and Europe to address common global challenges.
31 Heng Mui Keng Terrace, Singapore 119595
Art Outreach Singapore was incorporated as an educational non-profit organization in 2003. The organization received charity status in October 2004, and was granted Institute of Public Character (IPC) status under the National Arts Councilʼs “Support for the Arts” Central Fund in February 2004.
47 Malan Road, #01-24, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109444
Ayurveda Association of Singapore (AAOS) is a not for profit organisation that was founded in 2009 by a group of active and committed Ayurvedic professionals and enthusiasts and we advocate wellness through holistic diet and lifestyle. AAOS aims to promote the awareness of Ayurveda as an evidence-based science as well as to ensure that the authenticity of this knowledge is preserved in the pursuit of globalising this ancient healing system. Our aim is to equip you with the fundamental knowledge so that you can make the right choice of diet and lifestyle for your families and friends.
Babes is a teenage pregnancy crisis service that reaches out to pregnant teenage girls in need of help and support. proactively reaches out to anyone aged 21 and below needing support with her pregnancy so that she is aware of her options and is able to make an informed decision with regard to her pregnancy.
Babes takes a “mother-centric” approach and will support her choices with a view to nurturing longer-term, on-going support from family, friends, volunteers and the wider community, and a normal life for her.
Babes Pregnancy Crisis Support Ltd, 26 Jalan Klinik, #01-42/52, Singapore 160026
We’re on a mission to help children and youths from less privileged backgrounds break away from the poverty cycle.
We envision that by 2025, every child and youth in Singapore gets the opportunity to refuse a lifestyle of delinquency and welfare dependency despite coming from a disadvantaged background.
Main Office, 26 Jalan Klinik #01-42/52, Singapore 160026
Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF) is a social service agency with the mission to eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease.
Set up in 1997, BCF is committed to raising awareness about breast cancer through talks, events and publications that advocate early detection through regular screening. BCF also supports survivors and their families through various counselling and training activities.
Cat Welfare Society (CWS) is a society registered under the Societies Act (Cap. 311 of Singapore). It is also a charity and an institute of public character (“IPC”) pursuant to the Charities Act (Cap. 37 of Singapore).
Mission, Engaging the community to achieve sustainable and humane management of cats in Singapore through advocacy, sterilisation, mediation and educational outreach programmes. Vision, A humane society where every cat in Singapore has a place to call home.
CAT WELFARE SOCIETY, My Mail Box 880225, Singapore 919191
Caring for Cambodia (CFC) is educating a generation of Cambodian children today, to make a difference for Cambodia’s tomorrow. Our schools are safe, modern and technologically equipped. We train teachers, provide tools, and remove barriers to learning. We build Cambodian leadership to guide and sustain these schools so that generations of CFC graduates can reach their highest potential and make valuable contributions to their community.
1 Scotts Road, #24-10, Shaw Centre, Singapore, 228208
Singapore Children’s Society protects and nurtures children and youth of all races and religions. In 2018, the Society reached out to 78,433 children, youth and families in need. Established in 1952, its services have evolved to meet the changing needs of children.
Today, Children’s Society operates 12 service centres islandwide, offering services in the four categories of: Vulnerable Children and Youth, Children and Youth Services, Family Services, and Research and Advocacy.
298 Tiong Bahru Road #09-05 Central Plaza, Singapore 168730
Clarity Singapore is a Catholic charity that provides services to persons with mental health issues live meaningful lives through support, therapy, acceptance and recovery.
We aim to help anyone in all walks of life struggling with mental health conditions arising from anxiety and depression including trauma, pre and post-natal, stress, bereavement and loss, relationship and other emotional issues.
Block 854 Yishun Ring Road, #01-3511, Singapore 760854
Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS) is a social service agency established in 1957. CPAS provides persons with cerebral palsy and multiple disabilities with early intervention, special education, rehabilitation services, day activity centre programmes as well as vocational training and gainful employment in Singapore.
65 Pasir Ris Drive 1, Singapore 519529
Design for Change Singapore is the national affiliate of Design for Change Global. When young people participate in DFC Singapore, they are joining a powerful coalition of others around the world in saying, I CAN!
Design for Change Singapore is a social enterprise, and the Singapore exclusive partner of Design for Change Global. Our aim is to empower children to do good and make a positive change in other’s lives to shape a better tomorrow.
DSA(S) is a primarily self-funded, non-profit Voluntary Welfare Organisation (VWO) which works closely and regularly with healthcare and educational professionals and other Voluntary Welfare Organisations.
DSA(S) is a primarily self-funding, non-profit voluntary welfare organisation with IPC (Institute of Public Character) status, which works closely and regularly with healthcare and educational professionals, and voluntary welfare organisations. The Association is affiliated to international bodies such as Down Syndrome International (DSI), the Asia-Pacific Down Syndrome Federation (APDSF), Asian Federation of Mental Retardation (AFMR) and the International Association of the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities (IASSID). In April 2004, DSA(S) was invited to organise and host the 8th World Down Syndrome Congress in Singapore, which attracted participants from more than 34 countries.
Junction 8 (Office Tower), 9 Bishan Place, #09-01 Singapore 579837
The European Union Centre (EU Centre) in Singapore is now a Research Centre under the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences at the Nanyang Technological University.
The EU Centre was set up in response to a call for proposal by the European Union (EU) to establish the first European Union Centre in Southeast Asia to promote better understanding of the EU and raise its visibility in Singapore and Southeast Asia. The National University of Singapore (NUS) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) responded jointly to the call proposing a Joint Centre with equal participation by both NUS and NTU. This led to the “founding” of the EU Centre, a joint NTU-NUS entity in June 2008, co-funded by the EU, NTU and NUS.
College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University48 Nanyang Ave, Level 5, Singapore 639818
Established in 2008, Expedition Agape is today, a volunteer-driven initiative of Lakeside Family Services, which is one of the Charity Organizations in Singapore, and supported by the Agape Inspires team.
A platform for self-discovery, Expedition Agape transforms and empowers youths who are facing challenges in their lives through intentional mentoring by our volunteers. In the form of a structured programme that spans across 6-months, Expedition Agape serves to develop the participants as “Leaders in Action”. As part of the journey, the team serves and makes a difference to local and overseas communities in need.
Fei Yue Family Service Centre is a not-for-profit voluntary welfare organisation established in 1991, with a mission to effect life transformation through the provision of quality social services. We believe in promoting social development in all ages, seek to inculcate the spirit of volunteerism in the community, and advocate strong family ties in the society.
We are committed to serving and reaching out to the needy in Singapore through our diverse services and programmes catering to the needs of different client populations.
FOM is a volunteer, non-profit society devoted to offering guiding services and financial support to Singapore’s museums and cultural institutions and to delivering programmes to enhance the community’s knowledge of Asia’s history, culture and art.
FOM partners with the National Heritage Board (NHB), the National Arts Council (NAC) and other public and private organizations to provide members and the public with opportunities for service and for life-long learning through our various programmes.
Friends of the Museums, 61 Stamford Rd, #02-06 Stamford Court, Singapore 178892
Food from the Heart is a non-profit organisation that feeds the needy through its food distribution programme. It was established in February 2003 after Singapore-based Austrian couple Henry and Christine Laimer read a report in The Sunday Times about bakeries discarding their unsold bread. Stirred, they then decided to channel surplus food from bakeries to those in need. Food from the Heart started with 120 volunteers in 2003. As at the end of 2019, our volunteers multiplied to over 10,000, and together we reached 44,600 beneficiaries across Singapore.
130 Joo Seng Road #03-01 Singapore 368357
Giving.sg is Singapore’s very own one-stop platform to all givers like you. Here, we want to offer you ways you can help the local non-profits by giving your time, talent or treasure. Donate, volunteer or fundraise for over 500 charities across 14 causes – any form of “gift” you can give will help change lives and help us build a #CityofGood.
We want you to find out about charities in Singapore who need help and how to help them, catch up on the latest news and activities and be inspired. We hope you feel at home and make Giving.sg a part of your life.
Guide Dogs Singapore Ltd (GDS) was founded with the mission to help the visually impaired enhance their quality of life. To this end, we focus on providing mobility training to the blind or visually impaired, and pair suitable candidates with Guide Dogs.
Our new logo shows the close relationship between the person, a guide dog and a white cane, the two cornerstones of our programmes which allow our clients to move independently to participate in the community. The slogan “Enabling The Visually Impaired” reflects our values to provide people with visual impairment with life skills that enable them to be self-sufficient.
20 Sin Ming Lane, Midview City, #02-53 Singapore 573968
Ground-Up Initiative (GUI) is a non-profit community, guided by the spirit of innovation, resilience and grounded leadership to demonstrate urban sustainability. With the power of community, GUI is building Kampung Kampus, a low-carbon footprint community campus, sited on a 2.6 hectares land plot in Yishun, Singapore. Kampung Kampus aims to be a role model in sustainable living and a School of Life; nurturing an eco-conscious community with the mind, the hands and the heart to be stewards of a more sustainable and happier future.
Ground-Up Initiative, 91 Lorong Chencharu (Yishun), Singapore 769201
Habitat Singapore began operations in 2004 and has been actively engaging volunteers to work alongside us in fighting poverty housing in Singapore and across the Asia-Pacific region.
Every dollar donated is stretched to bring decent living conditions to families, elderly and individuals most in need.
Habitat for Humanity Singapore, 56 Lorong 23 Geylang, Century Technology Building, #05-00 Singapore 388381
HCSA Community Services is a charitable organisation with the Institute of a Public Character (IPC) status and a member of the National Council of Social Service. As a family of dedicated staff, volunteer teams, and corporate and community partners, we continue to give a future and a hope to the vulnerable in society.
1 Lorong 23 Geylang, Singapore 388352
HCA Hospice Care (HCA) is Singapore’s largest home hospice care provider and is a registered charity since 1989. The organisation provides comfort and support to patients with life-limiting illnesses regardless of age, religion, ethnicity, nationality and financial status.
HCA’s core service, home hospice care, is provided at no charge to about 3,600 patients annually. Besides medical care for patients, this service also entails psychological support for patients and caregivers. A 24/7 hotline ensures help is available round-the-clock.
HCA Hospice Care (Headquarters), 705 Serangoon Road, Block A #03-01 @Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital, Singapore 328127
Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics [“H.O.M.E.”] is a Singapore-based charity founded in 2004. HOME is dedicated to empowering and supporting migrant workers who find themselves victims of human rights violations and suffer abuse and exploitation.
495 Geylang Road, #02-01, Singapore 389453
A Little Hope Goes a Long Way
Hope Villages Fund was set up by a team of Singapore professionals in 2007 as a not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to improving the lives of the underprivileged in Asia.
We were inspired through visits to Phum Trea – an impoverished village on the banks of the Mekong River in Cambodia supporting the villages with health care and education.
With contributions from well-wishers and assistance from volunteers, Hope Villages went on to undertake development projects to resettle a community of 116 families of more than 1,000 residents in Kampong Speu. Many of them were squatters, old job labourers and fishermen whose livelihood was threatened by the dwindling fish supply due to over-fishing and pollution.
We helped to build homes, introduce filtration systems for drinking water, education and supporting infrastructures like roads, and as well as sustainable farming and livelihood for the villagers.
Many now have their own homes and farms. We continue to support the rest of the families with houses, a sustainable livelihood and education for their children.
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We are a non-profit organization founded with the desire to see every youth given the opportunity to live out their potential. We’re here to even the scales, and work to give every dream a chance to see reality.
Lions Befrienders Service Association (Singapore), a Social Service Agency, was formed in 1995 by the Lions Clubs of Singapore and a Lions District Project. We are a registered member with the National Council of Social Service, the local social services sector’s umbrella body.
Block 130 Bukit Merah View, #01-358, Singapore 150130
Organ donation is one of the greatest gifts you can give. An organ transplant can save a life or significantly improve someone’s quality of life whose organ has failed. It is usually the only solution when healthy organs fail and no other treatment is available.
National Organ Transplant Unit, Singapore General Hospital, Block 3, Level 1, Singapore 169608
Love Kuching Project is a community-based cat rescue group located in Singapore. Established in 2009, we rescue and rehabilitate sick and injured community cats and promote the love of cats as companion animals through cat therapy.
Make-A-Wish Foundation Singapore grants the wishes of children with critical illnesses.
Make-A-Wish Foundation International has become the largest wish-granting organisation in the world and can be found in 40 countries on five continents. Make-A-Wish Foundation International serves children outside the United States, while the Make-A-Wish Foundation America serves children within the United States.
1 Coleman Street #04-18 The Adelphi, Singapore 179803
From the young to the elderly, the infirm to the terminally ill, we transcend racial and religious barriers to enhance their quality of life.
Metta is dedicated to working closely with our clients, donors, partners, suppliers and community organizations for the provision of welfare services to meet the needs of the community at our centres.
32 Simei Street 1, Singapore 529950
Headquartered in Singapore, Mercy Relief was established in 2003 to respond to human tragedies and disasters in Asia Pacific.
Today, we are Singapore’s leading independent disaster relief agency with dedicated leadership, capacity building expertise and an affiliate network operating across the entire disaster management cycle.
160 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh, #01-1568, Singapore 310160
The MWC is a non-government organisation whose mission is to champion fair employment practices and the well-being of migrant workers in Singapore. The MWC does this by pursuing 4 main thrusts, namely: Fairness, Assistance, Integration, Representation.
We will provide shelter and food, We provide advice and assistance to migrant workers seeking remedies against unfair employment practices. We facilitate social acceptance and integration. We provide opportunities and platforms to promote social integration between the migrant and local communities.
51 Soon Lee Road, Singapore 628088
The Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS) was founded in May 1962 by a group of philanthropists who saw the need to provide equal opportunities for children with intellectual disabilities to receive education and later, to be integrated as contributing and responsible citizens in Singapore.
Since then, MINDS has grown to become one of the oldest and largest non-governmental organisations catering to the needs of persons with intellectual disability (PWIDs) in Singapore.
800 Margaret Drive, Singapore 149310
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The Nature Society (Singapore) or NSS is a non-government, non-profit organisation dedicated to the appreciation, conservation, study and enjoyment of the natural heritage in Singapore, Malaysia and the surrounding region. It is a registered society in Singapore under the Societies Act, Cap. 311.
The Society is an approved charity under the Charities Act, Cap.37 since 19 Feb 2008 and has been accorded the status of an Institution of Public Character (IPC) since 1st September 2008.
510 Geylang Road #02-05, The Sunflower, Singapore 389466
Netherlands Charity Association, NCA, is an independent and non-profit organization established in 1968, that offers support with helping hands and by raising funds for carefully selected charities and projects in Singapore.
Our mission is to give back to Singapore by supporting the people who are less privileged and fall between the cracks of society. With our foundations in the expat community, we bridge the gap between the expat community and the less privileged in Singapore.
22 Camden Park, Singapore 299814
Oasis Second Chance Animal Shelter (OSCAS) is a charity and non-profit dog shelter that has been in existence since 2006. All the dogs in the shelter are mongrels rescued from the streets or from being culled.
A total of more than 110 mongrels currently call this shelter home and needless to say, it can only be sustained with help from trusty volunteers and kind donations or sponsorships.
The Animal Lodge, 59 Sungei Tengah Rd, Block R.
ONE (SINGAPORE) is dedicated to raising awareness and taking concrete actions to Make Poverty History and create The World We Want. We envision a just world where no one lives in poverty – be it overseas or here at home.
531A Upper Cross Street #03-112, Hong Lim Complex, Singapore 051531
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The project seeks to provide a meaningful way to distribute unwanted, albeit useful items to benefit the needy (home appliances, home furniture, medical aids, mobility aids, learning aids & etc). With Pass-It-On , your used item can be given a new lease of life, and to better the life of needy!
Pass-It-On connects General Public to the needy via Voluntary Welfare Organizations (VWOs). Pass-It-On provides a web platform by channelling the donated items to the needy under the VWOs (for examples, Family Service Centres and Senior Citizen Centres) care. Anyone, within Singapore, can donate, as long as the items are useful and of good working condition.
The Helping Hand, 819 Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 534678
Pathlight School is the first autism-focused school in Singapore that offers Singapore’s mainstream academic curriculum together with life readiness skills. It caters to students on the autism spectrum and related conditions, aged 7 to 18 years, who are cognitively able to access mainstream academic curriculum but require additional support such as smaller class sizes, special accommodations and teaching staff trained in autism.
5, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, Singapore 569739
Rehoming & Caring for Street Cats in Singapore!
Project LUNI is a non-profit organisation which focuses on rehoming and caring of street cats in Singapore since 2016. We focus on four pillars:
– FOSTERING, SOCIALISING & REHOMING KITTENS
– DAILY FEEDING OF STREET CATS
– MEDICAL CARE FOR STREET CATS
– TNR (TRAP-NEUTER-RETURN)
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We envision a world where persons with disabilities are empowered and thriving in inclusive communities.
We work with our partners to create opportunities for persons with disabilities to make the most of their abilities and participate meaningfully in society. Through practical education, meaningful support and effective training programmes, we strive to increase the quality of life for them and their families.
501 Margaret Drive Singapore 149306
The Ray of Hope Initiative is a crowdfunding charity that helps people who have fallen through the cracks. You can give hope to people who have exhausted all other means of help.
Ray of Hope is more than a crowdfunding platform. We like to call Ray of Hope a crowdfunding charity that does different because donors and beneficiaries deserve better.
Since January 2014, ReadAble has been running weekly reading and language arts classes for children ages 2 to 15 in a neighbourhood in the Chin Swee area. We started out teaching in children’s homes, but have grown to occupy classrooms in the Residents’ Committee Centre.
We teach a phonics-based curriculum to our earliest readers and deliver a programme which complements the primary school syllabus for those who have mastered the basics of reading. We use drama, movement and play to draw out a love for reading, build self-confidence, and encourage creativity.
The Riding for the Disabled Association Singapore (RDA Singapore) provides equine-assisted therapy (also known as hippotherapy) to children and adults with physical and mental disabilities.
We are the only charity in Singapore that provides this therapy and sessions are given free of charge.
5 Jalan Mashhor, Singapore 299174
Relief Singapore (RSG) is a homegrown NGO and social enterprise that provides humanitarian assistance and disaster relief for communities affected by conflicts, calamities and climate change. Our mandate is to focus on humanitarian needs that are underserved and neglected.
19 Tanglin Road, #03-14, Singapore 247909
The Salvation Army has been touching lives in Singapore since 1935 and we remain committed in serving the underprivileged in the community without discrimination. To us, every life is precious and we actively help those in need regardless of age, race or religion.
Throughout the years, we have established a comprehensive network of social services to meet a wide range of needs in our community. Our diverse programmes reach out to children who need care and protection, families in material need, ailing aged requiring quality nursing care and other needy segments in our society.
Territorial Headquarters, 20 Bishan Street 22, Singapore
The origin of SACAC Counselling dates back to 1973 when the Singapore American Community Action Council (SACAC) was established by a group of parents to provide recreational activities and counselling services to the American community in Singapore. Today, SACAC Counselling supports both the expatriate as well as the local communities.
SACAC Counselling, 09-04 Thong Teck Building, 15 Scotts Road, Singapore 228218
Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) is dedicated to providing confidential emotional support to individuals facing a crisis, thinking about or affected by suicide.
Non-religious and not for profit, our work focuses on crisis intervention and suicide prevention.
10 Cantonment Close #01-01, Singapore 080010
The fight against drug abuse starts with building self-worth, and enabling self-determination.
SANA believes the fight against drug abuse starts with building self-worth, and enabling self-determination. Every one of us can rise above influence, instant thrill and self-doubt to stay focused on the people and things that really matter. This way, we can live smart and be in control of our own lives.
2 Sengkang Square, Sengkang Community Hub #05-01 Singapore 545025
The Singapore Book Council (SBC) is an independent charity with IPC status. Established in 1968 to support Singapore literature, SBC aims to Build Our Imagine-nation by developing creativity, imagination, original thought, and empathy. Our programmes focus on creative writing, reading, illustration, translation and storytelling. We are committed to developing a multicultural, literary arts sector and recognising excellence in literature through our initiatives.
Singapore Book Council, 90 Goodman Road, Blk E #03-32, Goodman Arts Centre, Singapore 439053
The Singapore Eye Bank (SEB) was established in 1991 as a non-profit, independent organisation. SEB aims to procure, process and distribute tissue of the highest quality for transplantations in Singapore. There is a growing list of patients in Singapore today who are either blind or suffering from corneal diseases and are waiting for a corneal graft operation to restore their sight.
11 Third Hospital Avenue, Level 3, Singapore National Eye Centre, Singapore 168751
The Singapore Heart Foundation (SHF), formerly known as the Singapore National Heart Association (SNHA), is a social service agency at the forefront of the battle against heart diseases in Singapore.
Since its inception in 1970, the Foundation has grown into a well-established and reputable organisation with local and international links.
9 Bishan Place #07-01 Junction 8 (Office Tower), Singapore 579837
Our aim is to strengthen mutual understanding, ties and trust between global communities.All our programmes seek to bring Singaporeans and our friends from overseas communities together, to connect and collaborate for positive change.
We believe that when people from different parts of the world work together,
they gain insights that bridge cultural divides and the sharing of ideas,
skills and experiences inspires actions and enables collaborations for good.
60A Orchard Road #04-01 Tower 1, The [email protected] International Involvement Hub Singapore 238890
Singapore Red Cross is dedicated to relieving human suffering, protecting human lives and dignity and responding to emergencies.
Our vast network of donors, volunteers, employees and partners contribute to our lifesaving mission by serving in the following services and programmes:
Community FirstAid, TransportAid, FoodAid, ElderAid, Red Cross Home for the Disabled, Blood Donor Recruitment Programme, Singapore Red Cross Academy, Civil Emergency Response, International Disaster Relief
15 Penang Lane, Red Cross House, 238486 Singapore
SPD is a local charity set up to help people with disabilities of all ages to maximise their potential and integrate them into mainstream society.
Through over 20 programmes that encompass early intervention, therapy, vocational training, assistive technology, daycare, as well as educational, employment and social service support, we serve people with physical, sensory and learning disabilities.
2 Peng Nguan Street, SPD Ability Centre, Singapore 168955
Formed in 1969, the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society’s purpose is to widen appreciation and acquire knowledge of the ceramic art of China and countries adjacent to China, especially those of Southeast Asia. To pursue this aim, local members meet for periodic discussion, to hear talks by experts, and to study and compare ‘pots’.
The Society organized its inaugural Exhibition at the University Art Museum, Singapore in 1971. This landmark exhibition featured 350 examples of Khmer, Annamese, and early Thai pottery, drawn largely from the university’s collection built by its curator, William Willetts. A substantial number of pieces also came from the collections of Helen Ling, the society’s first president, Don Sinclair, and other members of the first council.
Tanglin P.O. Box 317, Singapore 912411
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is a registered animal welfare charity with IPC status.
The SPCA is not a government agency. We rely on donations from our supporters to continue our important role as animal protector. Over $3,200,000 annually is required to carry out our animal welfare work.
We receive around 150 pets and stray animals every month. This figure includes lost dogs which are all checked for microchips and advertised in the press in an effort to locate their owners.
Tabitha Foundation Cambodia is a sustainable non-profit organization which was initiated, founded and established in 1994 by Ms .Janne Ritskes. Since then, it has worked with over 1.8 million Cambodians in the country’s poorest communities. Tabitha’s philosophy of self-help is designed to promote self-sufficiency and dignity through savings, counselling, and goal-setting programs.
Tabitha Foundation (Singapore) c/o UWC SEA Dover Campus, 1207 Dover Roa, Singapore 139654
Tanoto Foundation is an independent philanthropic organization founded by Sukanto Tanoto and Tinah Bingei Tanoto based on the belief that every person should have the opportunity to realize his or her full potential. Tanoto Foundation started its work in 1981 when our founders established a kindergarten and elementary school in Besitang, North Sumatra.
Tanoto Foundation’s programs stem from the belief that quality education accelerates equal opportunity. We harness the transformative strength of education to realize people’s full potential and improve lives.
Political party formed in 1954 with a mission to build a fair and just society where the benefits of progress are spread widely to all. Open to volunteers for grassroots activities.
Block 57B New Upper Changi Road #01-1402 Singapore 463057
Therapy Dogs Singapore (Tds) is a non-profit voluntary welfare organization established by caring dog owners, committed to sharing the unconditional love and affection of their canine companions with society’s disadvantaged through Pet Assisted Therapy (PAT), which aims to meet physical, as well as socio-emotional needs.
TDS was formed in early 2004 by a handful of dedicated individuals from different walks of life who were joined by the common goal of wanting to share the unconditional love, affection and companionship of their dogs in the spirit of serving the community. Today, the organization comprises of over 100 members, consisting of individuals and families, who share in the beliefs of the benefits of PAT and volunteerism.
Non-profit company for young, talented dancers aged 18-25. Volunteering, outreach opportunities and workshops.
90 Goodman Road, Goodman Arts Centre, Block M, #01-51, Singapore 439053
The Floral Designers Society (Singapore) is a non-profit organization committed to establishing and maintaining higher standards in professional floral design
FDSS, MY MAIL BOX 880219, SINGAPORE 919191
Transient Workers Count Too (TWC2) promotes fair treatment for migrant workers. We envision a society that recognizes and values the important contribution they make to our households, economy and country.
All labour is dignified and should be treated with respect and consideration. Ethnicity, colour, gender, language, religion or class are irrelevant – no worker should be subjected to inhumane or degrading treatment.
Employers should conduct their business honourably, responsibly and compensate their staff promptly and fairly.
5001 Beach Road, #09-86, Golden Mile Complex, Singapore 199588
TOUCH Community Services is a not-for-profit charity organisation in Singapore. We were officially registered in 1992 and have been a member of the National Council of Social Service since 1994.
Over the years, TOUCH has reached out to many individuals from all religions and races, including children, youths, families, people with special and healthcare needs and the elderly.
Blk 162 Bukit Merah Central #05-3545 Singapore 150162
Launched in September 1993 by Singapore’s Ambassador-at-Large and VSA Patron, Professor Tommy Koh, Very Special Arts Singapore is a local charity organisation dedicated to providing opportunities for people with disabilities to be involved in the arts. For the past 25 years, VSA Singapore has been running successful art programmes, workshops, competitions and art exhibitions for the special needs community, creating awareness among members of the public of their immense talent and resilience.
133 Bedok North Avenue 3 #01-138 Singapore 460133
WE CARE Community Services is an addiction recovery centre funded by charity. We provide support and treatment programmes for all forms of addiction, including drugs, alcohol, gambling, sex, and various other compulsive behaviours. Our services are open to all persons who are in need of help to cope with an addictive disorder.
We assist family members who need guidance and support on how to manage an addict in their families.
Kembangan-Chai Chee Community Hub, 11 Jalan Ubi, Block 5, #01-41, Singapore 409074
We are a secular, non-denominational and non-affiliated charity.
A secular, non-affiliated charity, Willing Hearts is wholly run by volunteers, apart from a handful of staff. It operates a soup kitchen that prepares, cooks and distributes about 6,500 daily meals to over 40 locations island-wide, 365 days a year. Beneficiaries include the elderly, the disabled, low-income families, children from single-parent families or otherwise poverty-stricken families, and migrant workers in Singapore.
11 Jalan Ubi Blk 6, #01-51 Kembangan – Chai Chee Community Hub, Singapore 409074
World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organisation dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the root causes of poverty and injustice. Working in nearly 100 countries around the world, we serve all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.
World Vision International, 750C Chai Chee Road #02-13, Singapore 469003
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is one of the world’s largest and most experienced independent conservation organisations.
Established on 29 April 1961, it was the product of a deep concern held by a few eminent gentlemen who were worried by what they saw happening in our world at that time. Since then, WWF has grown up to be one of the largest environmental organisations in the world.
354 Tanglin Road #02-11, Tanglin Block, Tanglin International Centre, Singapore 247672
Formerly known as Singapore Corporation of Rehabilitative Enterprises (SCORE), Yellow Ribbon Singapore (YRSG) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Our purpose is to help inmates and ex-offenders rebuild their lives and lower the recidivism rate through skills and long term career development, with an effective Aftercare support network. As the lead agency championing Hope, Forgiveness, Acceptance and Second Chances for ex-offenders, we strive towards building a safer and more inclusive Singapore.
980 Upper Changi Road North Singapore 507708