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  1. Hazel Kweh BloomBack

    How this Singapore social entrepreneur is planting smiles amid these dark days

    BloomBack founder Hazel Kweh gave up a high-flying finance job to start a floral business that benefits marginalised women who come from abused or ...
  2. WateRoam founders

    This Singapore social enterprise brought clean water to more than 88,000 people

    According to the co-founders of Wateroam, the world is in need of water solutions, as it faces more natural disasters and emergencies. One such ...
  3. Cheryl Ou

    Singaporean Cheryl Ou started The Nail Social and The Social Space to do good

    The social entrepreneur uses her enterprises to empower marginalised individuals. Here are four lessons that she has learnt so far.
  4. hawker centre ang mo kio

    Commentary: Protecting our hawker culture requires us to give hawkers more autonomy

    While Singapore’s nomination for its hawker culture to be inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List is under consideration, our efforts to ...
  5. Lee Wei Kong

    A picture of hope: Former ACJC rugby captain debuts solo art exhibition after traumatic accident

    Once a promising rugby player, his life changed after a terrible road accident. Since then, 32-year-old Lee Wei Kong has clawed back his life and ...
  6. Bukit Panjang NTUC hawker

    Commentary: Can the real social enterprise hawker centre please stand up?

    Social enterprise hawker centres must not forget that hawkers are their key beneficiaries, says Jonathan Chang.
  7. NTUC foodfare gift-a-meal 2_mod

    The Big Read: Grumbling and rumbling at social enterprise hawker centres — what’s the rub?

    The new social enterprise hawker management model isn't delivering on all its promises, say experts.
  8. Singapore currency file

    Commentary: Corporate giving – when cash isn't always best

    Instead of giving more, we should consider how our efforts and skills can be a force for good, says one observer from NVPC.
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    Commentary: Can the rich be caring?

    How can we close the empathy gap, to nurture a culture of other-centredness? CEO of the National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre discusses why ...