“Will I be okay in Singapore?  What if my boss doesn’t treat me well or I have an emergency? Will someone make sure I am safe and happy while I work there?”

Of course! Singapore has many NGOs that can help you and make sure you have a great time here and make sure you are safe, happy and healthy. 

Here is a list of NGOs you can check out. Please visit their website to see what they can do for you in Singapore. What if 

If you need help with legal, employment and food issues, visit Migrant Workers’ Centre.

The MWC is a non-government organisation whose mission is to champion fair employment practices and the well-being of migrant workers in Singapore.

If you need help with medical, transport and housing issues, visit the Transient Workers Count Too (TWC2) website for more information. 

TWC2 is a non-profit organisation in Singapore dedicated to improving conditions for low-wage migrant workers.

For more welfare help (food, health, unemployment and more), here are some NGOs you can check. 

We provide immediate crisis intervention as well as long-term support such as education and training programmes to achieve our goal of enhancing the wellbeing and future economic prospects of migrant workers. HOME also seeks to promote the diverse voices of migrant workers in Singapore through outreach projects, and public education on issues affecting them. Three pillars guide us: Welfare, Empowerment and Advocacy.

We approach the issues holistically through our medical clinics, casework, social assistance, advocacy, research and outreach programmes, we are working to address the complex and intertwined needs of migrant workers – from medical to legal, physical to emotional, mental to social.

The Alliance of Guest Workers Outreach (AGWO) is an initiative of the Hope Initiative Alliance (HIA), in partnership with various Voluntary Welfare Organisations, civil organisations, corporations, professional bodies, guest worker dormitories, and government agencies. It is the aim of the AGWO to provide guest workers in Singapore with holistic care in a sustainable manner. 

Migrant x Me is a registered social enterprise with raiSE that aims to build an inclusive Singapore by empowering youths for the migrant community.

An initiative for the benefit of migrant workers. We aim to improve the lives of migrant workers in Singapore, and build bridges to strengthen their integration into our broader community. We do this using imaginative, innovative, authentic and nimble strategies.
Our raincoat symbolises the protection we provide them from their metaphorical thunderstorms.

If you are looking for something fun to do or make new friends, you can check these NGOs: 

We are a family of migrants from different countries (Bangladesh, Indonesia, Philippines, Myanmar) make a volleyball team to share our culture, build a unity, community & integration, taking care, sharing the love, and standing with one another
We have books in Bengali, Bahasa Indonesia, Malayu, Tagalog, Tamil, Thai and Chinese. This Library is meant to promote reading habit among Migrant workers, create a community of readers and spread the joy of reading.
Our Activity:
1. Mobile Library to Dormitories.
2. Literary activities, ( Panel discussion, Poetry reading session, Book discussion etc. )
3. Create readers club in Dormitories.