ABOUT THE ORGANISATION
Installing water treatment systems
Cyclone Pam, Vanuatu, 2015
Relief Singapore (RSG) is a homegrown NGO and social enterprise that provides humanitarian assistance and disaster relief for communities affected by conflicts, calamities and climate change.
Our mandate is to focus on humanitarian needs that are underserved and neglected. We are compelled by our faith in Jesus Christ to love our neighbours, who are defined more by identified needs, rather than just by geographical proximity alone.
As a social enterprise, we aim to do good and do well at the same time. Past emergencies that we have responded to include Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu, Nepal Earthquake, the Indonesia haze crisis, Aceh earthquake and the recent and ongoing Rohingya crisis.
RSG’s vision is a world where there are lasting, livable and loving homes for everyone. To this end, we seek to provide aid to the most vulnerable regardless of race, religion, or political convictions.
Singaporean Aid for International Disasters (SGAID) was started as a platform for Singapore-based NGOs and funders to unite to address catastrophic humanitarian crises in the region and beyond.
It is an informal multi-sector alliance of like-minded entities and individuals who work together to provide humanitarian assistance and disaster relief in the spirit of compassion and collaboration, guided by the humanitarian imperative to prevent and alleviate human suffering as a result of disaster or conflict.
SGAID projects such as the ongoing Solidarity Relief Fund (SRF) campaigns are open for all Singapore residents to support and contribute to. SRF campaigns are launched in response to humanitarian gaps in ASEAN countries and beyond.