ACMI Migrant Fund

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What does ACMI Migrant Fund do?

ACMI Migrant Fund is a charitable organization dedicated to promoting and advancing the belief that all human life is sacred, with a focus on supporting migrants and itinerant persons in Singapore. The fund provides various forms of assistance including counseling services, legal aid, financial support, befriending services, food, shelter, language and skills training, and essential items for those living in poverty. Their mission is to serve the community as Christ the Good Shepherd, advocating for the humane treatment of migrants and itinerant persons in need.




raymundo a yu, jr., roland yeow theng nam, jeremy khoo teng hock, lim yee sim, aloysius ong han kiong, leon wing seng


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  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2016
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Promoting Catholic belief that all human life is sacred, and dignity of every person is fundamental to a moral vision for society.
  • Providing various forms of assistance (counseling services, legal aid, financial support, medical help, befriending) to foreign workers, spouses of local residents, their children in Singapore who are in need.
  • Offering language and skills training to migrants in Singapore for self-upgradation.
  • Providing food and essential items to migrants and itinerant persons living in poverty or distress in Singapore.
  • Raising awareness about the plight of migrants and itinerant persons through education and outreach programs, advocating for their humane treatment.

Donation Income

Fundraising Efficiency

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Program Expense Ratio

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