Our initiatives were developed to address critical and emerging needs faced by vulnerable communities adversely affected by the COVID-19 situation. Working closely with our community partners and government agencies, we co-create solutions and programmes to address the health, economic and social impact for those affected, enabling them to receive immediate aid on a sustained basis.
These initiatives have the flexibility to scale and evolve into longer-term solutions as we monitor the COVID-19 situation, along with the changing needs in the community.
A ground-up partnership between the Ministry of Education, CFS and community donors, Recess@Home provides meal subsidies for needy students during full Home-Based Learning.
Targeting 500 vulnerable seniors during this period of social distancing, SeniorsOK@Home empowers community ambassadors on house visits with emergency funding.
Rough-sleepers living on the streets are at risk and in need of immediate shelter especially during the COVID-19 period.This initiative aids rough sleepers in finding temporary lodging, daily necessities and food supplies.
With the rise in community cases within Singapore’s migrant worker community, MigrantsOK@Home supports charitable organisations with their operational needs.
This initiative provides transport vouchers and appreciation funds to frontline workers, including ancillary staff, in both public and community organisations.
This initiative targets support for innovation and pilots in technology and equipment to enhance the safety of our healthcare workers in hospitals and nursing facilities.
Partnering with social researchers, this initiative aims to highlight the strengths and gaps in social policies and emergency response funds, and offer recommendations to better manage the impact of similar health crises.
This initiative aids local social enterprises providing employment or services to marginalised communities to reinvent themselves to remain in business.
The grant call will allow charities to defray the costs incurred by community partners in ensuring the well-being of their clients through enhanced preventive solution.
An extension to the SeniorsOK@Home programme, the CapitaLand #LoveOurSeniors programme focuses on emergency support for community care providers.
Real Estate Developers Association of Singapore (REDAS) to support the essential needs of migrant workers in the built environment sector.