Apex Harmony Lodge is a purpose built 210 bedded Lodge for persons living with dementia. While we envision being a living model of a home committed to lives affected by dementia, we are undergoing transformation and hence provide endless opportunities for staff to grow as they serve.
The Autism Association (Singapore) is a Social Service Agency, dedicated to support individuals with autism to lead meaningful and quality lives, through Early Intervention, Special Education, Day Activity and Social & Leisure Programmes and Services, under the “Eden” brand.
Eden School, www.edenschool.edu.sg , started by AA (S), offers a quality education for students with autism who require more time in building foundational skills and/or are assessed to be more suitable for a vocational route. It now offers a unique blend of Functional Academics, Pre-Vocational and other important Life Skills.
AA(S) is an independent and expanding charity formed in Aug 1992 by a group of parents. In January 1995, it was registered as a charitable organisation under the Charities Act, Singapore. In July 1997, AA(S) was admitted as a member of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS). It was also granted the Institutions of Public Character (IPC) status, allowing the Association to issue tax-exempt receipts for public donations.
Due to our rapid expansion to serve more clients and students, we invite people who have proven commitment and competence to join us in transforming the lives entrusted to us.
The Autism Resource Centre (Singapore) [ARC(S)], www.autism.org.sg , is one of the most active non-profit organizations in Singapore, dedicated to support individuals with autism and help them lead meaningful lives in society. ARC(S) runs an Early Intervention Unit, Pathlight School, Autism Training and Employability Training & Employment services.
In addition, Pathlight School, www.pathlight.org.sg started by ARC(S) is the first autism-focused school offering a blend of Singapore mainstream academics and life skills training to students with autism and other related learning disorders.
Cheng Hong Welfare Service Society has come a long way since its humble beginnings.
Cheng Hong Welfare started as the welfare arm of Cheng Hong Slang Tng (Charitable Organisation) in 2004 and till today, Cheng Hong Slang Tng has been generously support us operationally and financially.
Cheng Hong Welfare Society has abided by the highest standard of Governance and Transparency and has been granted Institution of Public Character (i.e. tax-exempt) status by the Commissioner of Charities. We are also a full member of National Council of Social Service (NCSS).
For the past 12 years, our Management Committee members, dedicated staff and most importantly, our generous donors, supporters and big hearted volunteers have worked hard to help build this organization.
Cheng Hong Welfare Service Society has slowly grown stronger and gathering more resources to make a bigger impact on the community we are serving.
Out TCM Medical Services provide Pro Bono TCM treatment and free medications to the disadvantaged and elderly. It started with a humble clinic in Cheng Hong Siang Tng. With the support of generous donors working together with government agencies and partners, it has expanded to include a Medical Centre and six TCM Clinics island-wide.
In additions, it also offered other charitable services like provide food ration, education grants, visits to homes, bring elderly for tours etc.
In October 2012, with the generous support of friends and donors, Cheng Hong Welfare Service Society has established a fund and setup an afterlife memorial service. This service provides free columbarium service to those who requires service, regardless of race and religion.
We have been working hard to raise awareness through television and radio with the help of MediaCorp as well as on the ground to elderly homes and care centres with the help of Emperor Entertainment Production Co’s artiste. We are developing this service with pre-registration of funeral arrangement. What the Charity has done in the last twelve years, is serve the communities in need and to make Singapore better place where nobody is left behind.
Join a rapidly expanding organisation that is part-funded by the Ministry of Education and the National Council of Social Services, providing a continuum of services for dyslexic children, their parents, mainstream teachers and other professionals in Singapore.
The Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS) performs many services for our clients including psychological assessments, professional training, tuition and therapy, awareness activities, etc. There are ample opportunities to interact with colleagues from all other services and work in a different service in the future. Opportunities for promotion are also frequent in a growing organisation.
Epworth Community Services is a reputable voluntary welfare organisation that helps at-risk children and youths in their educational, social, emotional and moral development.
We are a registered charity, a full member of the National Council of Social Service and an Institution of Public Character.
Extra•Ordinary People is a charity and Institute of Public Character (IPC) striving to enable and support persons with special needs. We adopt an ecosystem approach towards enabling and empowering youths with special needs to live independently, be work ready, work able and sustain employment. We strongly believe in providing a holistic support, including and involving parents/caregivers in the process.
We run four programmes working with various vulnerable populations:
We provide a safe and substance-free place for homeless male ex-offenders, newly-released prisoners and those in recovery from addiction, to restart their lives. Through a transitional living programme, HCSA Highpoint empowers residents to attain more permanent housing, gainful employment and financial independence, so as to live a productive and addiction-free life, and successfully reintegrate into society.
HCSA Dayspring Residential Treatment Centre
We offer a caring, safe and therapeutic environment to help teenage girls who have suffered the complex trauma of physical, sexual or emotional abuse. Through the application of certified clinical therapy sessions, we strive to help these girls become healthy individuals who can successfully reintegrate into their schools, families and society.
HCSA Dayspring SPIN (Single Parents Informed, Involved, Included)
We aim to support caregiving and improve the quality of life for single parents or lone caregivers who lack, or have limited, emotional, physical or practical support. We provide easy access to resources through an ally network of volunteers and an interactive website empowering single parents or lone caregivers to make informed decisions and strngthen their social support network.
We offer a six-week course based on the Food Services SKills framework by SkillsFuture Singapore, culminating in the highly coveted WSQ Higher Certificate in Food Services (Culinary Arts). We aim to equip HCSA's beneficiaries and other vulnerable individuals with the professional skills required for stable employment in the F&B industry, giving them a new lease of life and a level playing field to support themselves and their families.
Established in February 1999, Kampung Senang Charity and Education Foundation (Kampung Senang) is an eco-conscious charity with Institution of a Public Character (IPC) status reaching out to serve all people regardless of cultural or religious background through compassion-filled charity programmes and education on holistic environmentally friendly lifestyles. Kampung Senang represents the Global Village of Inner Peace, a place where harmony, beauty, and unity prevails.
Life Community Services Society (LCSS) is a faith based registered charitable organization and a member of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS). Established in 1996, we have served over 1,000 beneficiaries through our Student Care, Friends of Children, Friends of Youth and Mighty Kids, Families & Community programmes.
Apart from providing quality student care services, we reach out to children and families through targeted intervention and family services.
Lions Befrienders Service Association (Singapore) is a Voluntary Welfare Organisation which was founded in 1995 by the Lions Clubs of Singapore and a Lions District Project. We are also a registered member with the National Council of Social Service, the local social services sector's umbrella body.
We have a long history in caring for and assisting seniors to cope with the demands of daily living, helping them to be engaged in the community and to enjoy active silver years with dignity and grace.
Methodist Welfare Services (MWS) has been serving the disadvantaged and distressed regardless of race, or religion since 1981. We currently run 20 centres and programmes designed to reduce poverty, alleviate the strains of modern family life, help the elderly age in place, nurture the potential of children and rehabilitate at-risk youths.
If you are a passionate and qualified professional looking to make an impact on the less fortunate, we will love to hear from you.
Metta Welfare Association
The Metta Welfare Association (Metta) was founded in 1992 by Venerable Shi Fa Zhao, Abbot of the Golden Pagoda Buddhist Temple. He is also the President and Abbot of the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum.
Registered as a charity in 1994, Metta is presently endorsed by the Ministry of Social and Family Development, Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education. We are also members of the National Council of Social Service, Singapore Hospice Council and Singapore Disability Sports Council.
Compassionate love to share
Brightens hope to those we care
Mission & Objectives
MINDS has been serving persons with intellectual disabilities (PWIDs) across their entire lifespan in the past 59 years. Helping and enhancing the quality of life of 3,000 PWIDs annually, MINDS’ also focuses on care and support of families and caregivers. Today, an 850-strong workforce, with the assistance of volunteers, runs over 30 facilities, services and programmes island-wide.
MINDS has 4 Special Education Schools, 3 Employment Development Centres, 8 Training and Development Centres, a Residential Home for Adults, a Children’s Home, a Hostel, a Caregivers Support Services Centre, a Special Student Care Centre, and a Developmental Disabilities Medical Clinic, as well as numerous other significant services such as Appropriate Adults for Persons with Mental Disabilities (AAPMD), Allied Health Professionals (AHP), Me Too! Club (MTC) and MINDS MYG (a volunteer subsidiary wing of MINDS).
These efforts are supported by MINDS Institute which specialises in the research and development of holistic and sustainable approaches to nurturing and developing PWIDs.
At MINDS, we value you.
Together, let us empower our clients, enhance their quality of life and build inclusion in the community.
Join the MINDS family and be fulfilled.
CARE, COLLABORATE, CREATE
The Muscular Dystrophy Association (Singapore), MDAS is a social service agency run by a small and compassionate team who are driven to care and empower people with the neurodegenerative condition and their caregivers. If you enjoy a work environment that is challenging, rewarding and impactful, we invite you to consider a career with MDAS.
PERTAPIS was registered under the Societies Act in 1970. It is an approved organisation under the Charities Act, Cap 37 and has also been conferred the status of an Institution of PublicCharacter (IPC), IPC No: IPC000455 and can issue tax exempt receipt for donations.
The principal activity of PERTAPIS is the running of welfare projects which are designed to address some of the social problems faced by the community. These projects include the running of welfare homes, providing social support for the needy families and educational services.
PERTAPIS was formed in 1969 by a group of young aspiring Muslims who believed in the importance of moral and religious education in order to build a strong resilient self in youth.
In the days of kampung living, the community would come together to help ease the burden of families in need. For most, this did not change even after modernisation and families moved into flats. They carried on that kampung spirit by forming ‘block committees’ and organising activities involving social interaction, community bonding and welfare support.
From its humble beginnings, PERTAPIS, as a ‘self-help organisation’ is today an approved charitable organisation under the Charities Act with Institution of Public Character (IPC) status and has helped more than 3000 families in need.
Presbyterian Community Services (PCS) is a social service agency registered with the Commissioner of Charities and a member of the National Council of Social Service. We have 27 centres spanning across the island.
PCS is one of the foremost providers of pre-school education and has a wide range of services such as infant care, childcare, special needs, special needs school, residential home for teenage girls, youth-at-risk programme, eldercare services, emergency relief scheme and other services to meet the multi-generational needs of the population.
PCS is an appointed partner operator for children services and centre of specialisation in integrated childcare for children with special needs. PCS is also a foundation member of St. Luke’s Hospital.
In 2017, PCS, together with Grace Orchard School (GOS), embarked on a pilot project to train girls from GOS to be Teacher Childcare Aides. This project won the MOE-NCSS Innovation Award in 2018. With the positive outcome and good feedback received from this pilot project, PCS went further to plan for a scale up of this training to reach out to the Post-18 group of girls who have left special schools and are employable, to offer them a new training / vocational pathway - Educarer Aide Training (ECAT). PCS believes that with the structured training, the girls will be well-equipped for the early childhood care tasks, enabling them to work and contribute meaningfully at the childcare centres.
In July 2019, PCS was awarded the 5th Enabling Employers Award (Innovative Project category) by SG Enable, in view of the potential employment possibilities for girls with mild intellectual disability after the ECAT.
In 1992, Rainbow Centre Singapore was established as a registered charity with the Registry of Societies and subsequently, it was granted the Institutions of a Public Character (IPC) status under the Charities Act.
The Centre runs 3 Special Education (SPED) schools and 2 Early Intervention Programme (EIP) centres at Margaret Drive campus and Yishun Park Campus for children with special needs. All the Centre's programmes adopt a holistic developmental curriculum in the areas of language and communication skills, cognitive skills, social and emotional skills, fine and gross motor skills, and adaptive daily living skills. They are carried out by a multi-disciplinary team of trained SPED and EIP Teachers, Speech Language Therapists, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Psychologists, Social Workers, and Music and Art Therapists.
REACH Community Services Society is a charity committed to reaching and touching the needy through programmes and partnerships based on Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect & Excellence.
We strive to inspire hope and empower change in families, couples, at-risk youths and seniors whom we serve. We are looking for candidates who are keen to grow as they learn to serve.
• Good career development opportunities
• Great learning opportunities
• Warm and friendly environment
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 and religion.
Throughout the years, we have established a comprehensive network of social services to meet a wide range of needs in or 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 or society.
If you are looking for a fulfilling career and have a passion for people, we invite you to join us.
Provides confidential 24 hr telephone emotional support to people who are in crisis, thinking of suicide or affected by suicide and other services aim at suicide prevention.
SASCO Senior Citizens' Home (SSCH) was first set up on 21 January, 1981 at a HDB void deck in Telok Blangah to provide lodging and care for the destitute elderly regardless of race, language or religion. We are affiliated to the National Council of Social Service (NCSS) and is a member of the NCSS Charitable Fund.
SSCH's current Sheltered Home at Evergreen Place (Hong San) is able to accommodate up to a total of 102 seniors, and we run 4 Senior Care Centres and 2 Senior Activity Centres in various parts of Singapore.
SATA Commhealth has evolved into a modern healthcare institution with eight medical centre/clinics, a community health centre, home care services and mobile medical services offering primary healthcare services to the community. Visit https://www.sata.com.sg/ to find out more about us.
The Sathya Sai Social Service (4S) is a voluntary welfare organisation established by a team of professionals who dedicated their time and effort to help the sick and the less fortunate in our society. It is:
To be a widely respected social service organisation in Singapore providing holistic and quality services to all
"Love All, Serve All" and "Help Ever, Hurt Never" - The motto that steers 4S in dedicating itself to serve all with love. The service user-centric effort in service delivery, built on strong tradition of care and concern and service excellence over the past 16 years, drives 4S to provide reliable and holistic care with professionalism and a human touch
Our Core Values
Compassion – Being connected with and having a sense of empathy with the less fortunate in our society
The Singapore Association for Mental Health (SAMH) was established in 1968 as the first community mental health agency in Singapore with the aim of providing quality community care and rehabilitative services to persons with mental health conditions.
It is a non-profit, voluntary welfare organisation seeking to promote mental health in the community and improve the rehabilitation and reintegration of persons with mental illness.
Today, SAMH operates nine centres in Singapore, and has a comprehensive range of services.
Programmes and Services
The Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped (SAVH) is a Voluntary Welfare Organization. Our vision is to promote the needs, interests and aspirations of the visually impaired with a mission to help them help themselves by acquiring new skills and gaining self-reliance to cope with the integration into society.
SAVH invites committed and competent individual to join our team in advancing the well-being and aspirations of our visually handicapped in Singapore. If you are looking for a career that is meaningful, challenging and rewarding, join us.
SBWS is a full member of the National Council of Social Services (NCSS) and works closely with the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF), Ministry of Health (MOH), Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) and Singapore Corporation of Rehabilitative Enterprises (SCORE).
To bring relief and happiness to children in need
Singapore Children's Society protects and nurtures children and youth of all races and religions. In 2017, the Society reached out to about 65,000 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 11 service centres islandwide, offering services in the four categories of: Vulnerable Children and Youth, Children and Youth Services, Family Services, and Research and Advocacy.
Society for the Aged Sick has been formed since 1968 and is a non-profit, charitable organization offering residential care for the destitute and aged sick. We are located at Hougang Avenue 1.
In 1991, the Society was notified of the government acquisition of the land at 27 Jalan Payoh Lai. In January 1999 the Home shifted to the new 3-storey building with 192-bed capacity at the current location of 130 Hougang Avenue 1. In 2006, an additional 4th storey was constructed which expanded capacity to 244 beds.
In 2013, the Society completed its latest expansion to 404 beds via the construction of a new 9-storey annex building. On 31 July 2014, we had the honor of having the Health Minister, Mr Gan Kim Yong, to officiate the opening ceremony of the new building.
A leading VWO that provides social and community services for the benefit of the aged sick and the needy regardless of race, language or religion.
About Catholic Welfare Services Singapore
Catholic Welfare Services (CWS) was founded in 1959 on the spirit of the Good Shepherd to lead people to love and fulfillment, and the Spirit of the Good Samaritan to help those who have fallen along the way.
Over the years, CWS has grown to become an action arm of the Catholic Church in Singapore, alleviating poverty and distress among the lost sheep of society, irrespective of race or religion, by being their caring shepherd.
Our Services & Programmes
From its humble beginnings of providing food relief to the poor, CWS services and programmes now include:
Charity sheltered Home for ambulant elderly persons
Stroke Support Station (S3), a not-for-profit organisation with an institution of a Public Character (IPC) status opened its wellness centre in 2016. The new initiative piloted a new model of post-stroke care which over the last two years has proven to be effective in helping stroke survivors regain as much as possible their confidence and independence. Special focus on caregiver support with coping skills helped families through the difficult stroke recovery journey.
THYE HUA KWAN MORAL CHARITIES LIMITED
We help anyone who needs help with full respect to their race, colour, creed, language, culture and religion.
At THKMC, we strongly believe, each of us is given that special gift to contribute to society. We welcome those who share this common desire to create a positive impact in our community.
As part of the THKMC family, we ensure a nurturing environment for all to learn and grow professionally; where efforts and contributions are recognised and appreciated.
Together, we support and guide one another, bringing out the best in each of us. We seek constructive engagement with our people through feedback and continuously strive for improvement. Our leaders lead by example and communicate openly.
Together, we progress as one, abiding by our motto - To serve mankind.
TRANS Family Services is a VWO which serves the community through 3 Family Service Centres in Bedok, Bedok Reservoir and Bukit Timah, a Family Violence Specialist Centre ie. TRANS SAFE Centre and a Centre for active ageing for the elderly ie. TRANS FOCUS Centre.
Yayasan MENDAKI (Council for the Development of Singapore Malay/Muslim Community) is a pioneer Self-Help Group formed in 1982 dedicated to empower the community through excellence in education, in the context of a multi-racial and multi-religious Singapore.
MENDAKI's programmes largely target the bottom 30% of the Malay/Muslim population and are therefore highly subsidized. They are mostly preventive and developmental programmes to provide early assistance to the beneficiaries. The programmes are designed to supplement or complement national initiatives.
MENDAKI works extensively with partners that share and support its vision and mission. They consist of government agencies, schools, mosques, Malay/Muslim organisations, employers, community centres and MAECs, family & student service centres and many more.
If you are the highly capable individual with the right attitude and aptitude we are looking for, we want you to be part of our team to navigate, empower and position the Malay/Muslim community at the forefront of excellence!
YMCA of Singapore is a volunteer-based Christian organisation that seeks to serve and impact all members of the community regardless of race, language or religion, through programmes, services and enterprises to develop body, mind and spirit.
YMCA also owns various social enterprises, such as the YMCA International House, YMCA Child Development and Student Care Centres, YMCA School and YMCA Higher Education.
YWCA is a VWO serving the communities through the various programmes. It has 3 divisions namely YWCA Fort Canning Lodge (social enterprise), Preschool and National Office