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EMMANUEL TAMIL ANNUAL CONFERENCE (PART OF METHODIST CHURCH IN SINGAPORE)

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What does EMMANUEL TAMIL ANNUAL CONFERENCE (PART OF METHODIST CHURCH IN SINGAPORE) do?

Emmanuel Tamil Annual Conference (part of Methodist Church in Singapore) supports charitable initiatives and philanthropic efforts to uplift communities, promoting giving and generosity within its religious framework.

Founded

1987

People

wilson sampath john, albert vijay joseph, moses anton soosaithasan, thangaraju s/o moses, raymond gabriel s/o k jeyaraj, samraj asir jeyaraj, ranganathan prabhu, jessy birgediah s, chennakesavan saravanakumar, philip selvan abraham

Causes

No PovertyHealth & WellnessChildren

Highlights

  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 1987
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Promotes community engagement: The conference may bring together members from different parts of society, fostering a sense of belonging and promoting social cohesion within the local community.
  • Provides support for marginalized groups: If the conference focuses on specific issues or communities in need (e.g., poverty, homelessness), it can help raise awareness and provide resources to address these challenges.
  • Encourages volunteerism: By organizing events and activities related to charitable causes, the conference may inspire individuals to get involved in community service and philanthropy.
  • Contributes to religious diversity and understanding: As part of the Methodist Church, the conference can help promote interfaith dialogue and mutual respect among different religious groups within Singapore'