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Here’s what we are doing about It

Youths care deeply about societal issues and the future of our country. These issues will impact ourselves and the people around us. Learn more about what fellow youths are doing below. Do your part to join the conversation and take action.

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Youth Action

Diversity and inclusivity resonate most among Singaporeans at Forward Singapore engagements

Participants shared a few changes they hope to see, including corporate laws and policies being built to protect the disadvantaged, such as the disabled.

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Youth Action

Purple Parade gets physical again after two years of online performances

Founded in 2013, the Purple Parade is Singapore’s largest movement that supports creating a more inclusive environment for persons with disabilities (PWDs).

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Youth Action

The Stories Behind: Father posts autistic son's activities on TikTok

Seeing the artwork and calligraphy plastered on the kitchen walls of Mr Bob Lee Keng Siang's home, it demonstrated Mr Lee’s deep sense of pride for his 15-year-old son Jun Le.

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Youth Action

Migrant workers can now pick up bags, fans and shoes for free at a new shop in InspIRRe

Migrant workers can now pick up free items such as bags, fans and mattresses donated by the public at a newly opened shop.

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Government Initiative

8 highlights from Enabling Masterplan 2030 to empower persons with disabilities

A total of 29 recommendations were made in the Enabling Masterplan 2030, to support persons with disabilities and enable them to contribute to society.

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Government Initiative

Societies cannot survive without the social glue that bonds people together: President Halimah

Societies cannot survive, let alone thrive, without the social glue that bonds people together, said President Halimah Yacob on Tuesday (Sep 6) at the International Conference on Cohesive Societies (ICCS).

Issue in Spotlight

Support for Vulnerable Groups


Why This Matters

Close to 9 in 10 youths consider helping the less fortunate to be a top 10 life goal¹, and 2 in 5 youths have volunteered their time in the past year². Contrary to what others may believe, youths care about making a difference, and showing care and empathy to others in these trying times.

Our Vision

We want all of us to succeed and fulfil our dreams together, and that means no one gets left behind.

Explore Resources

Youth Corps Singapore
Volunteer and serve the community, meet like-minded and passionate youth! Explore Resource
Share as One
Double your impact with dollar matching donations Explore Resource
Second Meal
A pay-it-forward initiative providing free meals for people in need Explore Resource
  • 1 National Youth Survey 2019
  • 2 Individual Giving Survey 2018