‘Vibrance @ Yishun’ Self-Help Groups Centre
The ‘Vibrance @ Yishun’ Self-Help Groups Centre is a collaboration of the four Self-Help Groups: the Chinese Development Assistance Council (CDAC), The Eurasian Association, Singapore (EA), Singapore Indian Development Association (SINDA) and Yayasan MENDAKI (MENDAKI).
Besides providing a common space for the different races to bond and integrate, the SHGs Centre also organises programmes to serve all ethnic groups, such as educational programmes for students and talks and workshops for parents. Each SHG also conducts programmes specifically to meet the needs of their communities.
In addition, the SHGs also provides an Activity Fee Subsidy (of up to 90%) to eligible students from low-income families to attend educational programmes conducted by the centre.
Self-Help Groups-run (SHGs-run) Programmes
Besides the Centre-run programmes, each SHG would also organise SHGs-run programmes targeting at its community.
Membership is required to enjoy our centre’s services and participate in the programmes and activities. Membership is free and is open to Singaporeans and Permanent Residents aged 4 or above.
To sign up as a member, please complete the membership registration form, bring along your birth certificate/NRIC and register at the centre.
SHGs Centre Activity Fee Subsidy for Student
This fee subsidy provides opportunity for needy students to take part in enrichment & holiday programmes offered at the centre.
Race / Nationality
Student or one of the parents must be a Chinese, Eurasian, Indian or Malay Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident
Gross monthly household income (MHI) not exceeding $3,300; or
Gross monthly per capita income (PCI) not exceeding $1,000
To apply, please complete the application form and submit it with required documents to the centre.
Location: Blk 145 Yishun St 11 #01-41 Singapore 760145 (Map)
Tel: 6752 7760
Fax: 6752 8873
Mon – Fri 1pm – 10pm
Sat & Sun 10am – 5pm
(Closed on Public Holidays)
* Please note that the centre will be closed from 15 to 18 February 2018 during Chinese New Year.