Who We Are

Who We Are

Our Vision

Changed Lives filled with Hope.

 

Our Mission

To bring hope and change the lives of Singapore’s poor, disadvantaged and emotionally suffering by delivering sustainable, high-impact and community-based services and engaging our stakeholders meaningfully.

 

Our Core Values

Compassion – We embody responsiveness to the needs of the less fortunate around us.

Respect – We value and respect people for their self-worth and capacity for change.

Unity – We enjoy working together for the common good.

Integrity – We uphold the highest moral and ethical principles.

Growth – We adopt the growth mindset collectively and individually.

 

Brief Profile

HOPE worldwide (Singapore) or HOPEwwS is a charity with IPC status and an active family life and health education provider, serving the local community through impactful programmes and services for families, youths and elderly, regardless of their race and religion. Founded in 1998, HOPEwwS was started as a community outreach arm of the Central Christian Church.

We work very closely with key stakeholders such as the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF), the National Council of Social Service (NCSS), community partners, donors, volunteers and staff to bring hope and change the lives of the poor, disadvantaged and emotionally suffering in Singapore.

We deliver family life and health education talks and workshops, conduct skills empowerment initiatives, organize community outreach/volunteerism activities, and provide other support services such as counselling.

HOPEwwS serves about 3,000 people and engages around 2,000 volunteers annually. Further to our local outreach, we support the global disaster response efforts as well as health and social services of our international affiliate, HOPE worldwide (HOPEww), and its network in over 60 countries. Today, HOPEww serves more than 1.5 million people annually on every inhabited continent, made possible through the extensive support of its partners, donors, volunteers and the International Churches of Christ.