We help less priviledged students and the elderly through education and activities targeted at recreation and social belonging, and physical and mental health.
Singapore is a modern, fast-paced country and is the third richest country in the world with a high per capita gross domestic product (GDP) of nearly US$56,700. Yet in this cosmopolitan society, we must not forget the less priviledged around us- children and elderly from Voluntary Welfare Organisations (VWOs). Curious Thoughts Giving aim to empower and encourage these two groups through our two programmes, but we cannot achieve our goals alone. Find out how you can help.
We organise this community initiative that brings volunteers from the public (children and families) to read to the less privileged elderly from Senior Activity Centres. This aims to promote inter-generational community bonding. You can help by volunteering your time or donating to fund for food or social media marketing costs (to get more volunteers).
We provide free structured Literacy or MOE English programmes for children who are living in shelters or are beneficiaries of a Voluntary Welfare Organisation (VWO). This aims to increase the literacy level of beneficiaries through a structured programme. This is a new programme taught by MOE-approved teachers. We are looking for donations to help fund this programme.
*Photos are just for illustrative purposes and are not representative of our beneficiaries (and will be kept confidential according to the Children and Young Persons Act)