Aidha – Creating Bright Futures

ANZA talks to Aidha’s CEO Jacqueline Loh about Aidha’s origins and the value it provides to helpers.

Volunteer with a Children’s Charity

Want to lend a hand to a charity focused on Singapore’s kids and teens? ANZA Action has lots of volunteering opportunities with young people.

Support for Singapore’s Migrant Workers

Singapore’s migrant worker community has been hit hard by COVID-19. You can contribute to organisations and initiatives that are helping the community in a variety of ways – from pre-paid SIM cards so workers can stay in touch with loved ones back home, to food, care packages, masks, accommodation, daily necessities, and financial assistance.

Holly’s Dollies!

ANZA Action's Suzanna Pomeroy talks to ANZA member Holly Reidy about how she’s making dolls to support young people with cancer.

Get Involved with the Singapore Salvos!

Virginia Soh and Antonia Marran have volunteered for The Salvation Army Food Ration Programme for over 10 years. Suzanna Pomeroy talks to them about how much they’ve learnt about the Singapore community through this rewarding volunteering activity.

Get Charitable with ANZA Action

Want to give back to the local community? ANZA Action’s Suzanna Pomeroy explains who our partner charities are and how you can help.

Art Therapy for Kids

ANZA ACTION’S Suzanna Pomeroy talks to Children’s Aid Society about how art benefits vulnerable children and youth at Melrose Home, and how ANZA Stitches has supported this important work.

Family Volunteering in Singapore

Cycling Without Age volunteer Dorothy Teo talks to us about how piloting a trishaw has helped her to focus on the people that are most important to her, and how volunteering with her daughters has taught them new skills and the importance of community service.

ANZA Action: Singapore Cancer Society

Kenneth Foo, Deputy Director of Community Health at SCS shares more about their organisation, volunteering opportunities and everyday ways to prevent cancer.

ANZA Action: Project Dignity

Koh Seng Choon, Executive Director and Founder of Project Dignity - an ANZA Action supported charity - talks about how food offers hope and dignity to marginalised communities in Singapore.