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What does Boys' Town do?

Boys' Town is a charity that provides comprehensive services for children and youths from disadvantaged backgrounds. Founded in 1948, it offers residential care, fostering, outreach programs, adventure therapy, and clinical intervention to help them overcome hardships such as difficult home situations, financial struggles, abandonment, and abuse. The organization serves both boys and girls of all ages, equipping them with the skills they need to become socially integrated, responsible members of society.




angelina frances fernandez, tay teck chye, yeo koh tuan kiok dominic, edmund lim kim san, khoo kian teck, leon ng koh wee, de vaz ian marc rosairo, lek soon tow bonaventure, bruno lopez, valerie tay kay hwee (valerie zheng jiahui)


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

Society Impact

  • Providing a continuum of services that support children and youth from disadvantaged backgrounds, including residential care, fostering, youth outreach, adventure therapy, and clinical intervention.
  • Helping young people develop the skills they need to become socially integrated, responsible, and contributing members of society.
  • Offering opportunities for socialization and learning strategies to cope with trauma and life challenges.
  • Serving as a one-stop centre for children and youth services, addressing various needs in one location.
  • Equipping clients with the tools they need to overcome hardships resulting from difficult home situations, financial struggles, abandonment, and abuse.

Donation Income

Fundraising Efficiency

This indicates the cost to raise a single dollar. A lower cost suggests the charity is more efficient in its fundraising efforts.

Program Expense Ratio

This is the percentage of the charity's total expenses that are spent on its core programs. A higher percentage suggests that more money is going directly to the cause, rather than being spent on administrative or fundraising expenses.