We work with a group of community partners to provide a holistic support system for our youths' health and wellbeing.
The Inter-University LGBT Network is a network for organisations in Singapore universities to collaborate in fostering safer and more inclusive school communities for everyone regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. They offer support and outreach through hosting events and workshops.
Founded by parents, families and friends of LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning) persons, they aim to provide information and resources and encourage dialogue that promotes respect for human diversity and the well-being of all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning persons.
The T Project is Singapore’s first and only social service for the transgender community. This independent community initiative was set up by Miss June Chua and her late sister Miss Alicia Chua in June 2014. They realised that there were many gaps in the existing social service sectors, which did not address the needs of Singapore’s transgender community.
Oogachaga is a non-profit organisation working with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and queer (LGBTQ+) individuals, couples and families in Singapore. They offer services such as hotline counselling, email counselling, professional counselling and professional trainings.
A web resource for the Singaporean Trans Community. TransgenderSG maintains an online information hub for the transgender community in Singapore and engages in advocacy work on the national level.
The Greenhouse is a substance addiction recovery centre for marginalised communities that find it hard to seek help out of shame or fear of discrimination. They provide customised care that is holistic and integrated, within a safe and supportive environment.
Pelangi means rainbow in Malay, the rainbow being a symbol of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and more (LGBTQ+) community. Pelangi Pride Centre is a LGBTQ+ community space and resource centre located in Singapore since 2003. Our secular library has a collection of fiction and non-fiction books of LGBTQ+ interests including local titles.