Our Aim

A strong network of community-based social and financial support is essential in providing immediate relief to residents and families in need. Through providing economic relief, information, referral and counselling services, we hope to reach out to individuals and families in times of crisis.

Our Statistics


200

Homes received a month distribution of bread

1,394

Individuals reached through the Blessing Projects

42

clients celebrated their birthdays, including 13 children

129

Visits to needy families

339

occasions where individuals / families were helped in kind (groceries/diapers/vouchers)

10

Students were awarded bursaries/scholarships

122

Individuals received counselling and coaching services

Source: 2019, Filos Community Services



Programmes


Bursary and Scholarships Awards

Bursaries and Scholarships not only help alleviate financial burdens of needy students, they also motivate them to work hard and achieve their goals. These awards are given out once a year to students who have shown improvement in their studies as a recognition for their hard work and achievements.

Bread and Food Rations Distribution

Door-to-door bread and food rations distribution to the needy at Kembangan-Chai Chee takes place every first Saturday of the month. This programme also provides the volunteers the opportunity to befriend and engage with residents.

Blessing Projects

Every year during festive seasons, groceries and festive goodies are given out to needy families. It is a good opportunity for the community to share the festive joy and blessings with those in need.

Information and Referral Services to other Community Partners

Filos works with many community partners and provides information and referral to other organisations, linking help and assistance to beneficiaries to help meet their needs.

Counselling services

Filos provides counselling services for individuals, married couples and families.
If you wish to book an appointment with our counsellor, please email: counseling@filos.sg


Testimonials