Learn about our policies and stance on issues/topics such as adoption, marriages, divorces, singles, child care & education, abuse and violence, elderly & ageing.
MSF Outstanding Volunteer Award - List of Award Winners
The MSF Outstanding Volunteer Award (then known as the Outstanding MCDS Volunteer Award) was launched in 1995 to recognise individuals or groups of volunteers who have contributed significantly to various groups served by MSF.
Friends Of MSF Award - List of Award Winners
The Friends of MSF Award (then known as the Friends of MCDS Award) was launched in 1995. This annual award is presented to individual volunteers or organisations which have made significant contributions to committees or projects under the purview of MSF.
Volunteer with MSF to Help Youths
Sign-up to be a Volunteer Probation Officer (VPO) or help out at a juvenile home or aftercare service.
Volunteer with MSF to Help Families
MSF provides on-going support and monitoring of children who have been abused or neglected by their families. Besides looking into the needs of the children, MSF also works with their families to help them manage their problems at home.
VWOs funded in FY10 and FY11
List of Voluntary Welfare Organisations who received funding from then-MCYS in FY10 and FY11, under various help schemes.
Set up & Registration of VWOs
Information on how to register your VWO as a Society, a Company Limited by Guarantee, and Charity; and how to form a trust and apply for Institution of Public Character (IPC) status.
Supporting Social Enterprise
The Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise, raiSE, was set up to raise awareness on social entrepreneurship and raise support for social enterprises in Singapore.
When you are a couple, you build assets and work towards common goals. You make up for what the other lacks, caring, sharing thoughts and lives, and giving each other vital emotional support. Your life becomes more enriched. It’s all about the Power of Two.
Child abuse is defined as any act by a parent or guardian which endangers or impairs the child’s physical or emotional well-being, or is deemed inappropriate by community values and professionals.
Myths about family violence
Understand the facts about family violence so that you can do something about it.