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HOPEwwS, CCC join Racial Harmony Parade 2017
July 6, 2017

Over 1,000 HOPEwwS volunteers and members of the Central Christian Church joined the festivities at the Punggol North Racial and Religious Harmony Street Parade. Held on 16 July 2017, the annual event strengthens social harmony amongst the different races and religions and promotes peace and cohesion. The event also served as a platform for HOPEwwS… Read More…

Clinicians, Lay Leaders complete Good Enough Parenting Training
May 29, 2017

25 May 2017 – A total of 103 participants from Singapore, Japan, Cambodia, India, U.S., U.K., and Australia comprising psychologists, therapists, counsellors, social workers and lay leaders came together to attend the Good Enough Parenting (GEP) – Professional Training organised by HOPE worldwide (Singapore). Held on 22-25 May, the Training was conducted by the programme… Read More…

HOPE for Seniors Johnson & Johnson Senior Outreach
May 26, 2017

On April 13, together with Johnson & Johnson’s volunteers, HOPE worldwide (Singapore) held a befriending session with the seniors at Jalan Kukoh. There were a total of 18 volunteers and 50 seniors from the senior activity centre. The zeal of the volunteers and their enthusiastic singing made it easy for the seniors to connect and… Read More…

Chinese New Year Lunch with Elderly from UMC Medicare Centre and Thong Kheng Seniors Activity Centre
April 11, 2017

HOPE worldwide (Singapore), together with a team from Hoe Seng Hoe Metal Company Pte Ltd, embraced the elderly at a teochew restaurant with Lou Hei, games, conversation and gifts. It was a rare occasion for the elderly from EMC Medicare Centre to be out of the home for their Chinese New Year (CNY) celebration; and the time… Read More…

HOPE for Seniors – Cleaning & Painting
April 6, 2017

85-Year Old’s New Lease on Life On April 1st, 60 Volunteers from the Central Christian Church came together to clean up the home of Madam Ng (not her real name), a partially deaf and ailing 85-year old woman. Her one room flat was infested with cockroaches and crammed with endless clutter that was harmful to… Read More…

Youth Volunteers Befriend Chronically-Ill Children
March 20, 2017

On 14 March, 2017, HOPE worldwide Singapore organised a befriending session with 31 chronically ill children from Club Rainbow together with 35 youth volunteers. The youth volunteers also hoped to understand the needs of the children and develop apps that could benefit them as well. Before the befriending session, HOPEwwS staff brought the children to a movie… Read More…

HOPEwwS participates at Chingay 2017
February 12, 2017

HOPE worldwide Singapore participated in the Chingay Parade 2017 as a valued partner of People’s Association. HOPEwwS banners were carried by volunteers Koh Chew Ling and Evan Lang Wen Hao during the main parade on 10-11 February 2017 at F1 Pit Building. Themed WeCare Singapore, the parade aims to engage and bring people from various… Read More…

Community Volunteerism
January 1, 2017

HOPE worldwide (Singapore) is deeply indebted for the tremendous support of our affiliate organisation, the Central Christian Church, especially in the area of volunteerism. All-year round, different groups from the campus, singles/young marrieds, parents and even from the senior ministries organise befriending opportunities and fun activities to serve different beneficiary groups in Singapore. Some bring… Read More…

Michelman Community Day brings cheers to seniors
November 17, 2016

On 14 October 2016, about 50 volunteers from Michelman Asia Pacific brought cheers to seniors mostly residing at Meiling Street area by cleaning and painting their rental flats as part of the company’s Community Day, in partnership with HOPE worldwide (Singapore). The volunteers also prepared a carnival with game booths for 32 seniors at Lions Befrienders… Read More…

Disadvantaged youths join design and marketing competition, present innovative concepts for Singapore
September 15, 2016

9 September 2016 – A total of 18 disadvantaged and at-risk student beneficiaries of HOPE worldwide Singapore (HOPEwwS), a local charity, and 27 other Normal (Academic) and Normal (Technical) students presented today, in teams, innovative concepts for people in Singapore at the National Design and Marketing Competition (NDMC) 2016 held at The Meeting Place @ JTC Launchpad…. Read More…

Befriending seniors at Lions Befrienders SAC with Johnson & Johnson
August 30, 2016

On 11 Aug 2016, HOPE worldwide (Singapore) and 10 members from Johnson & Johnson (J&J) Regulatory Compliance-Asia Pacific collaborated in organising games for the elderly at Lions Befriender Senior Activity Centre, Ghim Moh Road. The half-day event brought great joy and laughter to the elderly.  The elderly were all very enthusiastic in guessing the picture… Read More…

S.E.A Aquarium Visit with Singapore Cheshire Home
August 17, 2016

HOPE worldwide (Singapore), together with a team of 17 volunteers from Central Christian Church brought 12 beneficiaries from the Singapore Cheshire Home and 5 staff to the S.E.A. Aquarium in Sentosa.  For these residents, going on such outings are a privilege and it was their maiden trip visiting the Aquarium.  The logistics that were involved… Read More…

Befriending seniors at AWWA Home with Johnson & Johnson
June 7, 2016

HOPE worldwide (Singapore), together with a team from Johnson & Johnson Pte Ltd (J&J) embraced the seniors at Ang Mo Kio AWWA Home with games, conversations and gifts. More than just distribution of dry rations and J&J complimentary travel packs, the time spent with the seniors were invaluable. The volunteers played three games with the… Read More…

Youths Befriend Chronically-Ill Children
May 19, 2016

HOPE worldwide (Singapore) organized a befriending session with chronically ill children from Club Rainbow on 17 March 2016. About 50 mainstream students and at-risk youth beneficiaries of HOPE worldwide Singapore’s Skill Empowerment initiative volunteered for the event. Along with the befriending session, the students also hoped to understand the needs of the Club Rainbow children and develop apps that… Read More…

SAP awards $80K grant to HOPEwwS’ youth initiatives
March 22, 2016

SAP, the market leader in enterprise application software, has awarded an $80,000 grant to HOPE worldwide (Singapore) to develop computer skills and entrepreneurship skills of at least 50 disadvantaged/at-risk youths under the HOPE for Youth Programme. This is part of SAP’s expansion of its CSR initiatives in the region, following the company’s existing collaboration with… Read More…