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CARINGSG LIMITED

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What does CARINGSG LIMITED do?

CaringSG Limited is a registered charity in Singapore that supports special needs caregivers and fosters an inclusive community for families with special needs members. Their mission is to connect, enable, and empower fellow special needs caregivers through sharing of experiences and evidence-based knowledge and practices. They have formed synergistic partnerships with various professional, community, and public stakeholders to build a compassionate and supportive environment for those in need. Their innovative solutions aim to transform caregiving into an impactful reality by focusing on outcome-driven research and constructive advocacy.

Founded

2021

People

ang khoon seng, david, choo chin ku remy, djoni huang sian wei, el'fred boo hian yong, heng su lin, lim hong huay, nurhidayati binte mohamed suphan, tan jit seng

Causes

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Highlights

  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2021
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Support for special needs caregivers: Providing resources, knowledge, and experiences to help them better support their loved ones with special needs.
  • Building an inclusive community: Fostering a sense of belonging among families affected by special needs through partnerships with various stakeholders.
  • Advocacy for innovative caregiving solutions: Promoting research-based practices and advocating for improvements in the caregiving sector.
  • Empowerment of caregivers: Equipping them with tools, skills, and knowledge to effectively manage their roles as special needs caregivers.
  • Enhancing public awareness: Raising understanding and empathy towards individuals with special needs and their families within the community.
  • Encouraging collaboration among support groups: Facilitating connections between various organizations that cater to different types of special needs