OUR MISSION

To empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead independent and dignified lives.

OUR MISSION

To empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead independent and dignified lives.

OUR MISSION

To empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead independent and dignified lives.

OUR MISSION

To empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead independent and dignified lives.

OUR MISSION

To empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead independent and dignified lives.

OUR MISSION

To empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead independent and dignified lives.

OUR MISSION

To empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead independent and dignified lives.

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OUR MISSION

To empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead independent and dignified lives.

OUR MISSION

To empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead independent and dignified lives.

OUR MISSION

To empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead independent and dignified lives.

OUR MISSION

To empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead independent and dignified lives.

OUR MISSION

To empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead independent and dignified lives.

OUR MISSION

To empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead independent and dignified lives.

OUR MISSION

To empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead independent and dignified lives.

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ABOUT AWWA

AWWA is a social service agency delivering a wide range of programmes and services. These include early intervention for pre-schoolers, education and integration support for children and adults with additional needs, social assistance for vulnerable families, and care services for seniors.

Over S$5,500,000 funds raised
Over 800 volunteer opportunities
Over 180,000 hours of intervention
and service provided
through Allied Health
Professional Group 
21 services that serve persons with disabilities, youths, families, seniors and members of the community
Over 2,300 children and youths with additional needs served
Over 350 students with physical disabilities supported for integration into mainstream schools
Over 760 family units
served through Family Services
 
Over 6,000 Health and Senior Care interaction points for clients, caregivers, and members of the public

Figures are based on FY21/22

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