COMMUNITY SERVICE

 

Local Community Service Projects

 

It is important for young Singaporeans to understand and appreciate the value of service to the Singapore society. The Association will undertake activities focusing on helping the less fortunate in the society. It will carry out the task both independently and jointly with Sikh and non-Sikh organisations, to involve young Singaporeans in community service in Singapore.

 

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Overseas Community Service Projects


In addition to being involved in local community service projects, overseas community service projects will be undertaken to provide the opportunity for young Singaporeans to experience international civic engagement and social responsibility. At the same time, these projects will help raise an awareness and appreciation of the cultures in the region among the participants and to enable them to understand socio-economic development issues in the countries around us. Such projects will also enable the participants to develop group and leadership skills.

 

 

News

FORTHCOMING ACTIVITIES

 

Event:
Launch of YSA's 10th Anniversary Publication - "First Decade"
Date:
August 2015

 

Event:
Tea Reception for Sikh Graduates
Date:
September/October 2015

 

Event:
Launch of SG50 Publication - "Singapore at 50; 50 Sikhs and their Contributions"
Guest-of-Honour: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong
Date:
28 November 2015

 

Event:
Project Khwaish XV, Punjab, India
Date:
December 2015

 


HOT OFF THE PRESS!

 

April 2015

YSA spearheads charity adventure to Phuket on wheels

 

 

April 2015

Promoting multi-racialism and healthy lifestyle through football

 

 

February 2015

Recognition for young Singaporeans for helping schoolchildren in Punjab village

 

 

December 2014

Multi-ethnic team of young Singaporeans off to Punjab to help under-privileged children

 

 

November 2014

DBS Group's Head Piyush Gupta shares insights on issues of talent and integration

 

 


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YSA's programmes are organised through membership, annual subscription fees and the kind support of donors.

 

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