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.
Hearing aids: Frequently asked questions and common misconceptions
How can you tell when someone is losing their hearing? And why do some elderly people have difficulty hearing even when using hearing aids?
MOE tracking progress of vulnerable students in its Uplift schemes
Increased efforts in supporting troubled & at-risk students.
Bringing cheer to underprivileged kids on their birthdays
One Wish SG - a non profit organization that brings cakes, presents and more to children from low-income families.
Caring for a brother with Autism
A student’s journey in being a caregiver for a sibling with severe autism.
Talking about Identity with Singapore's Minorities over food
How racial minorities in Singapore celebrate resilience, identity & sense of belonging
Preparing low-income students for life outside the classroom
Mindblown – a pilot programme that teaches key lifelong skills to at-risk teens
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.
We want all of us to succeed and fulfil our dreams together, and that means no one gets left behind.