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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.

Volunteer with Children in Care

You can befriend children placed in out-of-home care such as foster families or children's homes.

These volunteers may bring the children for outings, enrichment programmes, medical appointments, counselling/therapy sessions or provide mentorship and/or tuition on a regular basis.

If you interested to volunteer with children in care:

Find out more at https://www.msf.gov.sg/Fostering/Pages/Volunteer-with-Us.aspx.

See Also

Policy on Protection & Welfare of Children

Child abuse is defined as any act of commission or commission by a parent or guardian which would endanger or impair the child’s physical or emotional well-being or that are judged by a mixture of community values and professionals to be inappropriate.

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Last Reviewed On Tue, Apr 11, 2017