In 2008, a group of Vietnamese students at NUS high organized a mini-trip to visit a shelter in Vietnam, and they chose Mai Hoa shelter where there are children with HIV/AIDS. Going there, they felt a strong connection with the kids despite not knowing them much beforehand and thought that they could organize other similar trips. After a year conducting trips to shelters, in 2009, they officially founded an organization and named it Project SUGAR.
To support children at shelters in integrating into the community and to help our volunteers understand the values of volunteering.
Child Welfare and Volunteering
Big Summer Trip (Jan-Jul) was founded in 2010 with the purpose of providing children with proper career orientation through various activities within 7-10 days in early June. The project cooperates with students from NUS High School of Mathematics and Science.
The Route to Knowledge (Sep-Jan, Jan-May, Jun-Aug) was founded in 2012 with the purpose of improving the quality of academic education for children at shelter though 1-on-1 tutorship.
Trung Thu Ngot Ngao (Aug-Sep) and Giang Sinh Yeu Thuong (Dec-Nov) were founded in 2010 (seasonal projects at Mid-Autumn Festival/ Christmas time) with the purpose of holding bonding activities for children related to the Festival imagination, presenting a couple of handmade gifts, and also donating things that help them financially.
SUGAR Camp (Summer) was founded in 2016 with the purpose of equipping campers with necessary skills and knowledge in order to take the position in Executive Committee.
Other monthly mini-trips.
For more information visit the official website here.
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