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Promoting Alternatives to Violence (PAVE)

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What does Promoting Alternatives to Violence (PAVE) do?

PAVE, or Promoting Alternatives to Violence, is a charity organization dedicated to promoting public awareness and community responsibility towards interpersonal violence. Their mission is to create a healthy community free from violence through empowerment, collaboration, and advocacy. PAVE provides integrated services for individuals experiencing or affected by interpersonal violence, including children, the elderly, and vulnerable family members. They aim to promote positive alternatives to violence in these situations through comprehensive service provision. The organization also partners with key community stakeholders to eliminate intra/interpersonal violence and educate the public on related issues. PAVE develops professional competence in managing interpersonal violence cases through training and research, and has implemented various initiatives such as groupwork for perpetrators of violence and mandatory counseling referrals




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  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2002
  • Published yearly Annual Reports
  • Audited Financial Statements

Society Impact

  • Raising public awareness about interpersonal violence, promoting community responsibility and encouraging a healthy, violence-free community.
  • Providing integrated services for individuals experiencing or affected by interpersonal violence, child abuse, and sexual abuse.
  • Empowering survivors of violence through various programs and initiatives.
  • Collaborating with key stakeholders in the community to eliminate intra/interpersonal violence.
  • Conducting public education and awareness campaigns on issues related to interpersonal violence.
  • Developing professional competence in managing intra/interpersonal violence through training and research.
  • Piloting networking systems with the Ang Mo Kio Police Division for better management of family violence cases.
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