Our Beneficiaries

Our Beneficiaries for Adopt A Wish

Name of Beneficiary Description 
 Care Corner Logo (NEW)_transparent Care Corner Family Service Centre Toa Payoh, a programme under Care Corner Singapore Ltd, serves individuals and families in need who reside in Toa Payoh and Kim Keat. They work with individuals and families with complex needs and multiple stressors, assisting them predominantly through case management and counselling services.
Reach Community Services
 REACH strives to inspire hope and empower change in vulnerable families, distressed couples, at-risk youths, and lonely seniors through four core services: Family Service, Counselling Service, Youth Service and Senior Service.  

REACH supports vulnerable families through financial assistance, casework, and counselling; build lasting marriages through marital counselling; empower at-risk youths through mentoring sessions and engagement programmes; and assist elderly residents to age-in-place gracefully through enriching and engaging active-ageing programmes. 

 TOUCH Young Arrows TOUCH Young Arrows (TYA) aims to realise the potential of children from single-parent or low-income families through a series of activities such as tuition, mentoring and sharing, art and craft lessons, indoor and outdoor games, outings and camps.
 XIN YUAN COMMUNITY CARE  Xin Yuan Community Care is a non-profit organisation established in May 2005. The charity is committed to providing regular financial assistance and daily therapeutic, health and educational support to over 250 needy elderly and 40 underprivileged children from low-income families in the Bishan-Toa Payoh area.
 Caregivers Alliance  Caregivers Alliance Limited (CAL) is a professional non-profit organisation in Singapore dedicated to meeting the needs of caregivers of persons with mental health issues. Since 2012, it has trained over 5,000 caregivers through the Caregivers-to-Caregivers Training Programme (C2C).

CAL has been accorded an Institution of a Public Character (IPC) status since 15 August 2013. In 2019, it won the Charity Transparency Award and Charity Governance Award (medium charities category) awarded by the Charity Council in recognition of it having adopted the highest standards of governance.
Yong En Care Centre 

Yong-en Care Centre has seen an increase in the number of needy families and individuals over this long-drawn pandemic. SAFRA continues to extend our assistance by supporting the work of Yong-en. Many beneficiaries reside in one or two-room rented flats in Chinatown and comprise of vulnerable seniors who stay alone, disadvantaged families and individuals with health issues who are unable to make a living.  

PERTAPIS Children's Home   PERTAPIS Children’s Home is one of the welfare projects managed by PERTAPIS Education & Welfare Centre. 

The Home was established in 1991 as a shelter home for children who are in need of an alternative placement due to reasons such as abuse, neglect or from families in difficulties. In December of the same year, the Home was gazetted as a Place of Safety under the Children and Young Persons Act. 

Based at Kovan Road, The Home caters to children and young persons from the age of 4 to 18 years old and strives to provide quality care, including strong academic foundation and self-resilience, in preparation of their reintegration back to family. 

 AMKFSC Community Services Ltd (AMKFSC)

AMKFSC Community Services Ltd (AMKFSC) supports various groups of beneficiaries in the community through providing a holistic range of services.

AMKFSC has been appointed as the SG Cares Volunteer Centre at Ang Mo Kio since July 2020.

  Fei Yue Community Services  Fei Yue Community Services provides help and offers services to the vulnerable and disadvantaged communities across multiple touchpoints.

Fei Yue Community Services has been appointed as the SG Cares Volunteer Centre at Chua Chu Kang since December 2020.

 Care Corner Singapore  Care Corner Singapore delivers a wide range of programmes and services through various social service centers located island-wide.

Care Corner Singapore has been appointed as the SG Cares Volunteer Centre at Toa Payoh since August 2019.


Our Beneficiaries for Adopt A Bag

Name of Beneficiary   Description
 Filos Community Services  Appointed as the SG Cares Volunteer Centre at Bedok since March 2019, Filos Community Services aims to build resilience and empower individuals and families.
 NTUC Health  NTUC Health Co-operative Limited (NTUC Health) is an NTUC social enterprise that provides a comprehensive and integrated suite of quality and affordable health and eldercare services to meet the growing needs of families and their dependents.

NTUC Health has been appointed as the SG Cares Volunteer Centre at Bukit Merah since March 2021.

  Foundation of Rotary Clubs (Singapore) Ltd  Foundation of Rotary Clubs (Singapore) Ltd works closely with other Rotary Clubs and organisations to support social and humanitarian causes.

Foundation of Rotary Clubs (Singapore) Ltd via its Foundation of Rotary Clubs Singapore Family Service Centre has been appointed as the SG Cares Volunteer Centre at Clementi since April 2021.

 Care Community Services Society Care Community Services Society aims to contribute to the community by equipping individuals and families for empowered living through all generations.

Care Community Services Society has been appointed as the SG Cares Volunteer Centre at Geylang since November 2020.

 Kampong Kapor Community Services  Kampong Kapor Community Services is driven by the mission to strengthen families and build the community in Singapore.

Kampong Kapor Community Services has been appointed as the SG Cares Volunteer Centre at Jalan Besar since November 2020.
 Brahm Centre  Appointed as the SG Cares Volunteer Centre at Tampines since July 2020, Brahm Centre promotes happier and healthier living.