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.
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.
(“Common Sense is not so common.” -Voltaire) Over 10,000 parents had benefited from our workshops each year ever since CSP was brought to Singapore in 2002. Do you feel like a clueless parent who cannot even handle a toddler, child or teen? Ever wondered why your neighbours or relatives were so close with their […]Read More »
(“Coaching is 90% attitude and 10% technique.”) Do you find your children’s learning attention span short? Are their thoughts constantly wandering off? This two-session workshop aims to help parents identify your children’s strengths, types of intelligences and learning styles to maximise learning. Parents will learn and acquire the necessary skills that provide a more […]Read More »
(Tuning in to your teens with your eyes and listening to them with your heart) “My parents don’t understand me! They don’t listen! Before I can finish speaking, they are already telling me what to do and what not to do! I wish they could just sit and listen to me, and understand what […]Read More »