The COVID-19 pandemic has affected 212 countries and territories around the world. United Nations’ Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, called the virus the “world’s biggest challenge since World War II”. We urge you, as missional disciples of Christ, to respond by volunteering and giving to the various community efforts linked in this page.
*Disclaimer: The consolidated resources are valid as of last updated date.*
HealthServe's portal is targeted to migrant workers, for them to get support and information about COVID-19. If you have friends who are migrant workers and need help with their health, mental well-being and/or employment issues, please direct them to this portal.
The website is available in 4 languages – English, Mandarin, Bengali and Tamil.
Migrant x Me
Migrant x Me is a social enterprise that aims to provide public education and raise awareness for the migrant worker community in Singapore. Find out more about Migrant X Me here.
Homeless Hearts of Singapore
Homeless Hearts of Singapore reaches out to the homeless in Singapore, helping them reintegrate into society by aiding the homeless in community-building, providing temporary aid, championing advocacy projects, and working with local partners.
If you know of, or have seen someone who is homeless, you can drop Homeless Hearts a message at:
For tips on how you can help the homeless,
SG Healthcare Corps
The SG Healthcare Corps is set up to support our healthcare workforce in the fight against COVID-19. SG Healthcare Corps is calling for former and current healthcare professionals to be on standby, and welcome non-healthcare professionals to provide additional support in COVID-19 operations and in community care.
AidHub serves as a platform of resources to help connect those who need resources with those who can offer them, by listing initiatives to redistribute items, services, money and opportunities across Singapore.
Everyone has something they can offer, and AidHub provides an easier way to filter through the many outreach opportunities.