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1. ASSUMPTION PATHWAY
Assumption Pathway School (APS) caters to students who have failed their PSLE once or more, we well as students who prematurely leave secondary school. Many students come from low-income or dysfunctional families. MILK provides financial assistance for the school’s needy students.

2. BEYOND SOCIAL SERVICES
Created in the 1960s with its roots in Bukit Ho Swee Social Service Centre, Beyond Social Services exists to curb delinquency among disadvantaged young people and their families. MILK partners with Beyond for anti-delinquency and educational programmes.

3. CENTRE FOR ENABLED LIVIING
Centre for Enabled Living Ltd (CEL) is a first-stop centre for users of eldercare and disability services and their caregivers. CEL provides information and referrals, implements public education programmes, looks into building the capabilities of the social service sector, and administers assistive schemes for caregiver support. MILK provides additional supplements on top of the centre’s subsidies for needy applicants of assistive technology devices.

4. COMPASSION FUND
Compassion Fund is a crisis response fund that supports disadvantaged students in crisis. This crisis is may be brought about by death, a sudden major illness or an accident in their family. The programme has been incubated by MILK since 2006, and was established as a separate entity in 2009.

5. NORTHLIGHT SCHOOL
Northlight School targets students who have had many unsuccessful attempts at passing their Primary School Leaving Examinations (PSLE) examinations. The students are exposed to a vocational educational programme, customised to prepare their students for life-long learning and employability. MILK supports the school’s efforts to enhance learning through the use of technology.

6. PATHLIGHT SCHOOL
Pathlight School is the first autism-focused school offering the Singapore mainstream curriculum with special accommodations and support to students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). MILK provides educational grants to students from low-income families in the School.

7. REPUBLIC POLYTECHNIC
Republic Polytechnic (RP) is a progressive Polytechnic with six Schools and four Centres that offer 34 courses. RP is committed to nurturing innovation and entrepreneurial learning in an environment that develops problem-solving process skills and a life-long learning attitude. Its holistic, broad-based curriculum, covering culture, enterprise development and personal development, prepares students for an active and meaningful role in the society. MILK supports the school’s Needy Student Fund.

8. THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATON OF SINGAPORE
The Community Foundation of Singapore (TCFS) is an independent and non-profit philanthropic organisation. It seeks high net worth individuals and matches their interests with worthy causes. MILK partners TCFS to support an Early Literacy Development Programme and a Short Term Resilience Scheme for 2 Family Service Centres.

9. SELECTED VOLUNTARY WELFARE ORGANIZATIONS
MILK partners selected VWOs for The MILK Scholarship - an educational grant that enables needy students and their siblings access to a Polytechnic or University education. It reaches out to promising youth, who would otherwise have to forego the opportunity of a tertiary qualification and realising their full potential. These youth come from low income households with multiple family problems, some have special needs or siblings with special needs. To complement the financial assistance, social workers from the partner organisations enhance the help with other counselling and support programmes.



OVERSEAS PARTNERS:-


PHILIPPINES

MILK PHILIPPINES
MILK Philippines is MILK’s counterpart in the Philippines implementing programmes targeted at children and youth in Tala. Tala, located in the outskirts of Manila City, has a population of 38,000 who live almost as outcasts because of the unfortunate legacy of being a ‘leper’ colony. Many children lack nutrition and education and grow up with low self-esteem. MILK Philippines reaches out to these children by offering them opportunities in vocational education and other programmes

TULOY FOUNDATION
Tuloy Foundation runs a street children centre at the Tuloy sa Don Bosco Street children Village in Alabang, Muntinlupa City, Philippines which seeks to transform young boys and girls at risk, particularly the ones of the streets, to become valuable members of future generations.


THAILAND

MILK OF LIFE
Milk of Life Foundation is a Thai NGO set up in 20 Jan 2011. MILK began our working relationship with Milk of Life Foundation as they were completing their set-up, working on the School Lunch Farm and Development Programme - a programme in Nang Rong and Nong Bua Lamphu in north-eastern Thailandn which helps impoverished families and their children by creating a self-sustaining economy.

This evolved into our current partnership where Milk of Life Foundation, being based near where our projects are with the school, work closely with the local community, monitor and provide support to the schools we work with, and provide MILK with regular updates.

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH FOUNDATION
The SDRF is involved in rural development projects in 4 major regions of Thailand and their programmes are in the areas of education, leadership development and livelihood. MILK supports the Marine Fishery programme on Koh Yaow Island which helps marginalised fishing communities in and around Koh Yaow Island, Phung Nga Province by creating a sustainable livelihood.


PAKISTAN

CARE CHANNELS INTERNATIONAL
Channels International Ltd is a non-profit organization that seeks to help the poor through a holistic approach. Helping the poor is more than a matter of hand-outs. The poor themselves have the potential to grow, to move out of their poverty if given opportunity and training. Ultimately, their aim is for them to become self-sufficient and independent. MILK supports the Care Channels Learning Centre and informal kindergarten in a brick kiln area.


TIMOR LESTE

FUNDASUN ALOLA
Fundasaun Alola works with local East Timorese women’s groups to respond to the needs of East Timorese in the areas of education, maternal and child health, economic independence and promoting the interests of survivors of violence and their families. MILK’s work in Timor Leste involves primary health care, maternal and child health, education and economic development programmes.


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