How We Do
What We Do

We facilitate and channel goodwill of volunteers and donors for the well being of youths and children.

How We Do
What We Do

We facilitate and channel goodwill of volunteers and donors for the well being of youths and children.

Youth United


Who we reach:
Youths from less privileged families and neighbourhoods

Who’s involved:
Family groups, grassroots, police, youth agencies, our larger community

What we do:
Provide a nurturing environment to help fend off delinquency and other potentially harmful behaviours

How we do it:
Community Engagement – We build relationships with youths, engage them in community activities and hook them up with community resources.

Restorative Neighbourhoods – We nurture a conducive environment that helps youths stay on the right track but if they fall off, get back on their feet.

Community Partnership – We are the facilitators for volunteers and the wider community to positively contribute to the lives of disadvantaged youths.

Healthy Start Child Development Centre (HSCDC)


Who we reach:
Children below 6 years old from less privileged socio-economic backgrounds whose parents and caregivers are less present

Who’s involved:
Parents and caregivers

What we do:
We educate and care for disadvantaged children, promoting education as a focal point while actively involving parents/caregivers.

How we do it:
Through an Individualised Education Plan and a small student-teacher ratio, children can get the extra attention and care that they need.

Learning Is Fun and Exciting (LIFE)


Who we reach:
Primary school children who face education challenges, among others

Who’s involved:
Family-School-Community (Triangle of Care) and volunteers

What we do:
We help children strengthen their English and relevant literacy skills to get them up to speed with their age-appropriate literacy level.

How we do it:
By working with the Triangle of Care and volunteers, we focus on character building, strengths and interests for a fun learning experience.

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If you’ve got some or a lot of change to spare, every dollar you donate will better the lives of disadvantaged children through our programmes.


Find out more about volunteering with us and sign up as an individual or in a group. Come join us in serving over 3,000 families and 6,000 youths.


If you’re a school, community group, government body or a voluntary welfare organisation seeking to improve the lives of disadvantaged young people, we’d love to partner you.