Morning Star Community Services Limited is a registered charity and Institution of Public Character (IPC) which aims to enrich and strengthen family relationships in Singapore.
Morning Star Community Services offers evidence-based parenting workshops which aim to empower families, by offering them practical skills and knowledge to strengthen family relationships.
Through empowering families and individuals, we strive to build vibrant communities that can make a difference to society.
To enrich and strengthen family relationships in Singapore.
Despite CareNights offering caregiving support to parents on shift work, overtime or night course, there are still dozens of children who are unable to get to our centre because they are too young to take public transportation. The parents of these children are unable to send their children to the programme due to work commitment. […]
The Morning Star Central Fund goes into supporting the entire framework and operational processes of Morning Star Community Services. Since being established in 1999, we have been constantly striving to enrich and strengthen family relationships in Singapore.
The NOVA Fund is utilised to subsidise fees incurred by children from low-income, multi-stressed families, who require the NOVA Learning Intervention Programme. The parents’ sessions are also highly subsidised by the NOVA Fund.
The Morning Star Family Support Fund support individuals from multi-stressed families who require counselling or parenting skills coaching. The Family Support Fund also helps these families by subsidising the fees for Students Care Services, which enables both parents to work with a peace of mind.
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