These websites, set up by MSF, provides easily accessible information and enhance the administrative process for many of MSF's services.
Problem gambling is an addiction that could lead to serious problems for both the gamblers and their families. It is important to recognise the risks. If you or your family members require extra help to refrain from entering the casinos, you should apply.
View your child's cash gift disbursement status and CDA details.
Search for Family Service centres serving your area, child care and student care centres, voluntary welfare organisations, and other family services.
Parents may view vacancy information provided by the child care centres and register your interest with the centres.
Apply for reimbursement under the following GPL schemes (employer and self-employed persons):
a) Government-Paid Maternity Leave (GPML)
b) Government-Paid Paternity Leave (GPPL)
c) Government-Paid Shared Parental Leave (SPL)
d) Government-Paid Child care Leave (GPCL) and Extended Child care Leave (ECL)
e) Adoption Leave for Mothers (AL)
Working Mothers who do not qualify for the GPML scheme may be able to apply for benefits under the Government-Paid Maternity Benefit (GPMB) scheme.
Mothers who are eligible for GPML and AL and would like to share their leave with their husbands, can make an election under the SPL scheme.
For service providers: Access the Portal to view and submit information of your assigned RPG's clients.
For existing RPG volunteers: Access the Portal to view activities and update your details.
For new volunteers: Access the Portal to apply to be a RPG volunteer.
If you are looking for opportunities to meet new people, join SDN’s wide network of singles.
With effect from 2 Jan 2012, it is mandatory for all prospective adopters to attend a pre-adoption briefing conducted by VWOs which have been accredited by MSF, before they commence with any adoption application. The briefing will provide you with all relevant information on adoption, such as the adoption process and the responsibilities of being an adoptive parent.
If you wish to adopt a child who is not a Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident, you must undergo a home study by an MSF accredited VWO. A home study is required to assess the applicants' eligibility and suitability to adopt a child. This must be done prior to starting the adoption process.
We encourage parents who are thinking of adopting to complete this E-learning, which provides you with insights on adoption issues and procedures. More importantly, it also helps you learn and understand whether you are ready and prepared to be an adoptive parent.
Touch a life. Foster a child. Apply to be foster parents today.
Sign up for LPA workshops and activities to learn more about making a LPA and its benefits.
File your notice of marriage online using this e-service. The form will take approximately 20 minutes to complete if all required documents are prepared.
Retrieve details of the notice of marriage you have submitted. Includes instructions of documents to bring along to your solemnisation.
Complimentary online search service for public members to search for filed marriage notices. This search requires the groom's or bride's identity details.
Public members may search for marriage records. Results may be retrieved on screen for free or a hardcopy can be requested for an administrative fee.
Public members may request for an extract of a Marriage Certificate for marriages solemnised in Singapore from 15 September 1961 onwards. An administrative fee of $50 is applicable.
Couples may use this e-service to change your date and time of solemnisation, witness(es), venue and solemniser. This service is only for notices that have not expired.
Couples where one or both of the parties are below 18 years old and are Singapore citizens or Permanent Residents are required to attend a marriage preparation programme before the issuance of the marriage license. Such couples must inform ROM on the completion of the programme through this e-service.