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What does Willing Hearts do?

Willing Hearts is a charity organization based in Singapore that operates a soup kitchen, providing daily hot meals to over 70 locations across the island for nearly 9,000 beneficiaries including elderlies, disabled individuals, low-income families, and migrant workers. For almost two decades, Willing Hearts has been improving the lives of underprivileged and marginalized groups by offering them their 'daily bread' and helping them become useful members of society. The organization was incorporated as a Company with Limited Guarantee (CLG) on August 11, 2022, and obtained its Charity status and Institution of Public Character (IPC) status on October 4, 2022.

Founded

2005

People

quek cher ping, saw cheng leong, teh eng hua, chan pik har, tony tay, tan kok seah,henry, benjamin rozario pakiam

Causes

AllNo PovertyHealth & WellnessFood Security

Highlights

  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2005
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Providing daily hot meals to over 70 locations island-wide, benefiting thousands of underprivileged individuals such as elderlies, disabled persons with mobility issues, low income families, children from single parent or poverty stricken families, and migrant workers in Singapore.
  • Improving the lives of marginalized groups by providing them with their 'daily bread' and helping them become useful members of society.
  • Assisting beneficiaries towards rehabilitation and reinstating themselves as productive citizens within society.
  • Operated by volunteers, apart from a handful of staff, the charity is self-sustaining with minimal operational costs.
  • The organization has been recognized as a Company Limited by Guarantee (CLG) since August 2022 and holds Charity status and Institution

Donation Income

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.