Social and public assistance (e.g. baby bonus, subsidies for childcare, job placement services, cash grants, etc.) we provide to the elderly, people with disabilities, low-income families, parents, etc.
MSF Recurrent and Capital Fundings
We fund the operations and facilities of community-based and residential services for the elderly, people with disabilities, families in need and youth.
Sabbatical Leave Scheme
The Sabbatical Leave Scheme aims to provide social workers the opportunity to recharge and refresh themselves. The scheme also provides social workers the opportunity to engage in activities for professional advancement.
Employment Assistance for Persons with Disabilities
There are schemes and services to enable persons with disabilities to be supported for training and acquire employment. Schemes are also available to support employers Schemes are also available to support employers to hire, train and integrate persons with disabilities.
Car Park Label Scheme for Persons with Physical Disabilities
Persons with physical disabilities who drive or their family members who drive them can obtain car park labels that enable them to park at designated parking lots.
Partner Connection Fund
The Partner Connection Fund is an enabler fund that helps jumpstart the dating industry by encouraging new entrants and supporting players in their efforts to upgrade and professionalise themselves.
Baby Bonus Scheme
Get cash gifts; and open special savings accounts to benefit from CDA First Step and dollar-for-dollar matching for your baby. Baby Bonus helps parents lighten the financial costs of raising children.
VWOs-Charities Capability Fund (VCF)
Voluntary Welfare Organisations (VWOs), Charities and Institutions of Public Character (IPCs) can tap on VCF to improve their capabilities and services in the social service sector.
Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children
The Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children programme (EIPIC) provides developmental and therapy services for infants and young children at risk of moderate to severe developmental delays.
Children participate in activities that maximise their developmental growth potential and minimise the development of secondary disabilities.
Integrated Child Care Programme (ICCP)
The Intergrated Child Care Programme (ICCP) enables children with mild to moderate developmental needs (aged 2-6) to attend, learn and play with their peers at the Child Care Centres.
Home Ownership Plus Education (HOPE) Scheme
Provides comprehensive benefits to young, low-income families who choose to keep their family small so they can invest in their children's future and break out of the poverty cycle.