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Family Connect

Family Services



Strong relationships and bonds within the family profoundly impact the lives of every individual. Through bonding activities and experiential workshops planned with the help of a committed pool of volunteers, we aim to promote family cohesiveness, especially amongst some underprivileged families. These events provide parents with both the opportunity to bond with their children and to exchange parenting tips with other parents.

As Singaporeans learn to accept lifestyle changes brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve released a few parenting tips online to help families during this season of change:

  • 4 Parenting Tips to Help Families Survive Covid-19 Endemic | Does the term ‘work from home’ and ‘full home-based learning’ fill you with a sense of dread? If so, Ms Hannah Chow, Senior Social Worker from Bethesda Care Services has the following tips for parents.
  • Parents Stress Level Exceeding | Check out some of the tips on how to manage tension at home and meet your child’s emotional needs. (based on our Family Services P.S.L.E. Workshop)



PAST EVENTS

  • Terrarium Workshop – March 2021
  • 3D2N Family Camp 2019 – One Family, One Team
  • Games and Grill
  • 3D2N Family Camp 2018 – iAppreciate
  • ‘Understanding My Teenager’ Workshop
  • Family Forest Adventure
  • Parents Stress Level Exceeding (P.S.L.E.) Workshop
  • Family Photoshoot & Seafood BBQ
  • Kite Flying & Picnic @ Marina Barrage
  • Prawning & BBQ outing at Haibin@Sembawang


  • I found the session helpful as I got to spend precious time with my children. It created an opportunity for me and my children to continue talking about the activity after the event.


    Rina | Family Services Client, Terrarium Workshop participant
  • Our group is looking for new opportunities to serve and has a common heart for the community. We threw a simple picnic and BBQ and hosted some games but the real joy came from getting to spend time with these families. It was a picturesque and heartwarming sight seeing these families enjoy their meals together by the beach.


    Peng En Wei | Volunteer group I/C, Games and Grill