List of Charities

Association for Persons with Special Needs (APSN) supported by Marina Bay Sands

APSN is one of the biggest organisations in Singapore providing special education for persons with mild intellectual disabilities, IQ range 50 – 70. Through structured programmes, APSN clients are developed in 3 core areas: Academics, Vocational Training, and support for Open Employment.


Esplanade is Singapore's national performing arts centre. Its year-round line-up of about 3,000 performances presented by Esplanade, its collaboration partners and hirers include a diverse calendar of ticketed and non-ticketed programmes featuring dance, music, theatre, visual arts and more, making the arts accessible for everyone. The centre works in close partnership with local, regional and international artists to develop artistic capabilities and content, push artistic boundaries and engage audiences. It also develops technical capabilities for the industry nationally.

Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay is operated by The Esplanade Co Ltd (TECL), which is a not-for-profit organisation, a registered Charity and an Institution of a Public Character. In 2016, The Charity Council awarded TECL the Charity Transparency Award and the Special Commendation Award - Clarity of Strategy.

Lions Befrienders Service Association supported by Prudential

At Lions Befrienders, our seniors' quality of life is of utmost importance to us. We provide friendship and care for seniors to age in place with dignity and community participation, enabling them to enjoy meaningful and enriching lives during their golden years. Close to 90% of the 5,800 seniors we serve live in one/two-room rental flats with little or no family support. 

Since inception in 1995, we have served more than 17,000 seniors with the help of more than 3,000 trained volunteers. By 2030, about one in four residents would be 65 years or older and the number of elderly people living alone is likely to increase to 83,000, up from 35,000 now. Hence, with expectations to run new services and more eldercare facilities in the near future, this could raise our annual operating cost from $3.6 million to an estimated $5.5 million in 2016.

Make-A-Wish Foundation Singapore supported by The Prudential Marina Bay Carnival

Make-A-Wish Foundation Singapore grants the wishes of children between the ages of 3-18 years with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.

REACH Community Services Society supported by The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

REACH Community Services Society(RCSS) is established to inspire hope and empower positive change in the lives of the needy, through her 4 Community Touchpoints - REACH Youth Powerhouse, REACH Counselling Centre, REACH Senior Cetnre, and REACH Family Service Centre. 

Since the inception in 1998, we have grown in our community outreach services, and have helped families, youths, couples and seniors from the stage of anxiety to seeing hope in lives. It will not be possible without the invaluable support of the kind generous donors and sponsors. You could be part of the mission with us.

SG Enable supported by Marina Bay Financial Centre

SG Enable is an agency dedicated to serving persons with disabilities. 

Located at Enabling Village, SG Enable seeks to assist persons with disabilities and their caregivers so they can empower themselves via timely access to information and referral services, grants and support, as well as enhanced employment and employability options. 

SG Enable aspires towards an inclusive society where persons with disabilities lead enabled lives as integral members of society.

Students Care Service supported by DBS

Students Care Service (SCS) has been serving underprivileged children and youths with learning and socio-emotional difficulties in Singapore since 1976. We remain committed to enabling them to overcome their challenges and maximise their potential. We do this through providing services in schools, in the community and through our centres, for children and youths who are in need of support, disadvantaged by their circumstances or present at-risk profiles. SCS strongly believes that every child and youth has the potential to achieve and be contributing members of our society.

The children and youths that we serve are connected with us through schools, police, hospital, community, parents or peers. Our work with them is made possible with the support of funders and donors.