The People’s Association (PA) was established on 1 July 1960 as a statutory board to promote racial harmony and social cohesion in Singapore. Its mission is to build and bridge communities in achieving one people, one Singapore.
PA offers a wide range of programmes to cater to Singaporeans from all walks of life, connecting people with people, and people with Government. We do this through our network of 1,800 grassroots organisations (GROs), over 100 Community Clubs, five Community Development Councils, National Community Leadership Institute and Water-Venture. Bolstered by volunteer involvement in the GROs, these volunteers help the PA achieve its mission of building and bridging communities to achieve one people, one Singapore. They bring people of different backgrounds together by organising a wide range of programmes for residents to meet and interact, encouraging community involvement, raising awareness about community issues, explaining Government policies and gathering feedback, as well as helping those in need, so as to strengthen racial harmony and social cohesion in our community.
For more information, please visit: https://pa.gov.sg
MARINE PARADE CLUSTER
The Marine Parade Cluster comprises Marine Parade GRC and MacPherson and Mountbatten SMCs. There are 7 divisions - Braddell Heights, Geylang Serai, Joo Chiat, Kembangan-Chai Chee, Marine Parade, MacPherson and Mountbatten.
We offer community programmes to our residents from all walks of life together at common spaces, to build a sense of belonging in the community. Through creative and targeted programmes and events, the Marine Parade Cluster aspires to connect with and serve the needs of the different profiles within the community.
For more information, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/marineparadecluster/
Marine Parade Leadership Foundation (MPLF)
The Marine Parade Leadership Foundation (MPLF) was established in 2009 by Marine Parade GRC and Mountbatten SMC Advisers and Grassroots Leaders, under the leadership of Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong. It aims to create public awareness of the importance of community service, stimulate interest among youths to serve as volunteers; and build a strong network of potential community leaders for the grassroots and voluntary sectors.