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A huge THANK YOU to all past and present NSmen for your service!
With your #NS55 $100 credits, you can now do more and give back to the community! 🌈
Not sure how? We’ve put together a handy guide just for you! 😊

‘We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.' – Winston Churchill
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Sunbeam Place celebrated our nation’s 57th birthday by organising a ‘National Day Masterchef’ event on 10 Aug'22!

Residents went against each other to prepare, cook, and present a local dish, and were judged based on local dish representation, nutritional value, presentation and taste.

Everyone left the event in good spirits and a full belly!
Our heartiest congratulations to our board member, Ms Tan Khiaw Ngoh for being conferred the Public Service Medal for this year’s National Day Awards! Ms Tan started volunteering with Singapore Children’s Society in 1999; today she is the Chairperson of the Social Work Service Standing Committee and the Chairperson of the Audit and Risk Committee.

Under Ms Tan’s stewardship, we took up the challenge to pilot the Appropriate Adult Scheme for Young Suspects and we continue to be the agency supporting the scheme today.

In her various capacities such as the Honorary Treasurer, Honorary Secretary and Chairperson of the Audit and Risk Committee, Ms Tan has enabled Children’s Society to improve its corporate governance and accountability and to identify and manage risks faced by the organisation strategically.

On behalf of all our staff and beneficiaries, thank you Ms Tan, for your dedication and contribution!

(Photo taken during the Singapore Children’s Forum in 2019)
🐛 The earliest bird catches the (best) worm.
Walk for Our Children (Virtual edition) Early Bird Registration starts today!
Register to save 15% off your ticket price!

IF you’re not one to usually participate in walkathons, fret not. Here’s the thing – Ours is different.
Walk at your own time and target, anytime, anywhere, everywhere from now to 10 Oct! Receive a free fun pack (while stocks last) + an event tee 😉

Get started in 3 easy steps:
1) Register as a participant on
2) Log into your profile page & connect with Strava
3) Start clocking in your steps!

Click here to register and find out more!
Ever heard young children say “Eeee, shame, shame!” when they hear about the topic of private body parts? Children take on this embarrassment when they sense that their own parents, teachers and caregivers are not open to talking about body safety and respecting each other’s private body parts.

In this episode of #ParenTIPS, our guest speakers, Ms Joanne Low, Principal from Sengkang Methodist Preschool, and Ms Eugenie Diepenhorst, Vice Principal from Cherie Hearts at Charlton, share their heartfelt experiences in teaching young children how to keep themselves safe from sexual abuse. Hear how their schools supported their teachers and engaged parents to be comfortable with talking about #bodysafety.

Tune in to the podcast via Anchor or Spotify.
The good folks who oversee our Tinkle Friend and Bully-free programmes need assistance from September to December 2022! If you're an Animator or Motion Graphic Designer who loves to create child-friendly content, volunteer with us today!

Click here or contact the team at 6276 5077 today!
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Walk for Our Children (Virtual Edition) is HERE 🎉
Time to grab your best buds and start walkin’!
No idea what this event is about? Click here to find out now 🌞

(Psst, it’s really easy to sign up!) Here’s how:
- Register as a participant on
- Log into your profile page & connect with Strava
- Start clocking your steps!
Up for a friendly competition with your buds? 👻
Unleash the competitive spirit in you with our Walk for Our Children Leaderboard Challenge!

See how you’re faring against other participants with our leaderboard!
Of course, what’s a competition without attractive prizes? 😉 The top 3 (in terms of distance clocked) will earn themselves a special reward!

Click here to register now 🌟


All proceeds from this event will go towards supporting a diverse range of services and programmes to support our beneficiaries.

One such service is Tinkle Friend, a national toll-free helpline and chatline for all primary-school-aged children in Singapore.

Manned by trained volunteers and staff, Tinkle Friend provides support, advice, and information to lonely and distressed children especially in situations when their parents or main caregivers are unavailable.

Click here to find out more about what we do.
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We are delighted to announce that Mr Chan Chun Sing, Minister for Education, is our Guest of Honour for Walk for Our Children 2022 (Virtual Edition)!

Walk anywhere, anytime from 29 August - 10 October, by yourself or with friends and family! Start cultivating an active lifestyle while making a positive impact on the lives of our beneficiaries 😊

It costs only $37 to register and all proceeds go towards supporting Children's Society and the programmes we run to help children, youth and families in need!

Click here to sign up and find out more!
Our 70th anniversary celebrations are coming into full swing this October! Be part of our learning festival on Friday, 14 October 2022, and find out from various experts on how we can nurture our children and families to the best of their potential! Admission is FREE! Click here to register and view the full programme details.
Read all about the evolution of our logo, find out how JATO is related to our work on body safety for children, and more here!
Walking is something most of us do daily, but did you know that walking brings with it many health benefits?

Here are some of the key ways walking can help with your health! Ready to start walking to better health? Then sign up for Walk for Our Children (Virtual Edition) 😛

Click here to sign up now.

All proceeds from this event will go towards supporting a diverse range of services and programmes to support our beneficiaries.

One such programme is the Bully-Free Programme. Started in 2004, it addresses the issue of school bullying and its impact on those involved.

The programme aims to promote a safe and supportive culture in schools with a zero tolerance stand towards bullying. Our work also aims to raise awareness on the topic among children, youth, parents, teachers and counsellors through talks, workshops, camps etc.

Click here to find out more about what we do.
Are you a mother with a child in Primary 4 in a local school? If so, we would like to invite you and your child to participate in a parenting research study. This study will take place over approximately one year, with three rounds of data collection roughly six months apart. All sessions will be conducted either in your home or at Yale-NUS College, and will take about 1.5h. The child should have no known developmental delays, and mother and child both have to understand English to be eligible for participation.

Parents will receive an individualised report about their child’s behaviours and vocabulary skills.

To find out more details or indicate your interest, please visit here or contact the study team at
Three logo changes later, we are here to give you an exclusive story behind the evolution of our logo.

Click here to read more and remember to sign up for our newsletter for more interesting stories!