President's Challenge Sets Aside $10 Million to Help Vulnerable Groups Change Their Circumstances
President's Challenge 2018 partners NTUC and e2i in new programme to uplift 5,000 low-income members and families a year.
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NCSS signs MoU with e2i in Landmark Partnership to Further Enhance Capability and Capacity in Social Service Sector
  • e2i, a part of NTUC will help to support new entrants and current sector professionals through career guidance, employability training, job matching and placement, and funding schemes.
  • MoU was signed at the Social Service Institute (SSI) Annual Graduation & Awards Ceremony that presented certificates, diplomas, scholarships and awards to 280 entry level and mid-career recipients, sector leaders and domain experts.
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More Step Up To Offer Time And Skills In Support Of President’s Challenge In 2017
59 top donors and volunteers recognised at annual President's Challenge appreciation ceremony.
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Enabling a "Mixed Ability" Mindset:See the True Me Campaign gets people past superficial acceptance of persons with disabilities

11 social service organisations invite Singaporeans to 20 mixed ability experiences as part of the campaign

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10000 Volunteers Needed To Answer Presidents Call To Serve The Under-Privileged In 2017
In support of President’s Challenge Volunteer Drive (PCVD) 2017, staff volunteers from global defence and engineering group, Singapore Technologies Engineering (ST Engineering) hosted children and youth beneficiaries supported by President’s Challenge, at their 50th Anniversary Family Day held today at Palawan Green, Sentosa. President Tony Tan Keng Yam, graced the event as Guest-of-Honour.
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