Volunteers with the Rehabilitation and Protection Group (RPG) of MSF work closely with MSF to provide support to children, young persons and families who require rehabilitation and protection. Volunteers are important and they act as befrienders and mentors, giving guidance and support to their charges.
Number of Volunteers with RPG as at 31 Dec of the Specified Year
* MSF Volunteers @ RPG comprise Volunteer Probation Officers, Volunteers in MSF Youth Homes, volunteers under the Enable-A-Family Scheme, Volunteer Transport Minders, Volunteer Welfare Officers and Volunteer with Adult Protective Service. These individuals provide support to children and young persons and vulnerable adults who require rehabilitation and protection.
^ ProPALS started in August 2014. Data refers to the number of partner organisations. Through the ProPALS scheme, partners provide programmes (such as sports, arts, life skills workshops, job preparation programmes) and employment opportunities for RPG clients.
Download: Volunteers with RPG.xlsx
Source: Ministry of Social and Family Development
Updated on 11 April 2022