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Several organisations offer financial support for divorcing or divorced families in need.
Association of Muslim Professionals (AMP)
A self-help and non-profit organisation set up by the Malay-Muslim community in Singapore.
Tel: (65) 6416 3966
Chinese Development Assistance Council (CDAC)
A self-help and non-profit organisation set up by the Chinese community to help the lower-income group and academically-weak students.
Tel: (65) 6603 5599
Singapore Indian Development Association (SINDA)
A self-help group offering educational and youth development programmes as well as family services for the Indian community.
Tel: 1800 295 4554
Yayasan Mendaki (Council for the Development of Singapore Malay/Muslim Community)
A self-help group dedicated to empowering the Malay/Muslim community through excellence in education.
Tel: (65) 6245 5710
Experian Non-Bank Bureau
Experian Non-Bank Bureau captures data directly from member companies and helps strengthen the credit reporting. The Bureau is a neutral and independent entity that collects payment information of consumer and commercial lenders outside of the banks.
For more information, visit: http://www.experian.com.sg
Tel: (65) 6320 1900
For more information on other financial literacy programmes, please see Resources.