Our Neu Empowerment Model
Proactive interventions that enable and build resilience
In 2021, we conducted a comprehensive strategic review and changed our focus to be
more proactive and impactful to help raise an empowered new generation of children — one of
self-determination and unconstrained futures.
Ensuring proactive educational intervention
Aims to support the academic performance of students who do not have the financial means for additional help with their studies. This would allow students to get the support they need to pass their examinations, especially PSLE, O-level, and N-level examinations.
Aims to recognise the academic performance of students who have done well in their studies. This would imbue in them a sense of perseverance when faced with stress in school and resilience to bounce back to overcome obstacles.
Aims to ensure that children aged 5-6 years old are able to reach their literacy development milestones in reading, speech, and other language skills. This is done through phonics using stories and songs.
Aims to remove the financial barrier many students from low-income families encounter when pursuing tertiary education. Full financial support, mentoring, and opportunities to take part in prosocial youth activities are provided. Students may pursue their tertiary education at local and private institutions.
Junior Enrichment Programme
A partnership under the Care Network Children Support Programme (CNCSP) to support children aged 7-12 years old with reading, creative writing, and other subjects. It also comprises of non-academic components such as art, speech & drama, and team building games which aims to develop children holistically.
Empowering confidence, personal dignity and emotional uplift
Qualified professionals providing children a safe and non-judgmental space to talk about their thoughts, feelings, and any issues that may hamper their well-being.
Youth Engagement Platform (YEP)
Provides an avenue for adolescents aged 15 to 21 years old to engage in prosocial activities with other positive influences. It also acts as a positive peer support system that adolescents feel safe and heard.
Mothers’/Caregivers’ Support Group
Provides a safe space for those who have gone through similar experiences to form bonds with and to offer peer support to one another resulting in a strong community. Topics covered include coping with incarceration or an incarcerated spouse, parenting, and coping strategies.
Allows suitable volunteers to become role models who inspire, engage, and encourage adolescents to improve their self-esteem and confidence. Mentors and mentees may be paired on similar interests or industries.
Uses art as a medium and the creative process to help children explore, express, and understand their feelings and emotions. It consists of multiple sessions where the art therapist curates their approach based on the circumstances of each child.
Empowering confidence and sense of achievement
Workshops targeted at parents, youths, and children to develop themselves and improve familial relationships. Topics include mental health, communication, and parenting.
Aims to allow children the opportunity to pursue interests in areas such as sports, music, art, and drama. Development in these non-academic areas will enable more holistic character-building in children.
Ad Hoc Enrichment Workshops (for children)
Allows children to develop skills in a wide range of fields and interests. These include arts & crafts, photography, and coding.
Ad Hoc Enrichment Workshops (for families)
Allows families to explore and develop skills in niche areas such as craftpreneurship, photography, and baking. These can be helpful to broaden one’s skillset which may be used to start a home business.
Rebuilding family bonds and a nurturing environment
Allows families who may not have the means to celebrate their children’s birthdays as these are important to their development and well-being. Cakes, gifts, and food are provided so that families can create happy memories with one another.
Milk & Diaper Sponsorship
Assists low-income families to reduce the financial cost of milk and diapers for infants and children so that their growth and nutritional needs are met.
Allows families who may not have the means to celebrate festive occasions with their families. Food and groceries are provided so that families can create happy memories with one another.
An annual event that gives families an opportunity to spend quality time together engaging in family activities. Family Day has been held at the Singapore Zoo, Adventure Cove, and virtually as well.
Living Environment Assistance Project (LEAP)
Aims to improve the home environment for children and families so that they may have a safe space to study and reside in.