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Our Pillars 

Impart's operations are divided into three pillars: Impart Education, Impart Sports and Impart Projects. Our programmes under these pillars work together to support youths on their educational journeys, foster communities of support through sports, and develop innovative projects.

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Education matters.

At Impart, we work closely with community stakeholders to ensure that educational resources are paired with the right relationships - creating an educational experience where youths-facing-adversity can thrive.

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Sport surrounds us with a strong sense of community. It has the potential to engage and uplift underserved communities.

We identify sports that interest our youths and collaborate with organisations and volunteers to develop regular sporting communities.

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Impart Projects is where ideas are birthed and developed!

We’re always on the lookout for meaningful new additions to our organisations. Impart Projects allows us to pilot promising ideas, like our passions project where youths are encouraged to pursue their passions under a professional’s mentorship.

 

Impart Education

Education matters, and we want to help every youth experiences education with hope for the future.

At Impart, we work close with community stakeholders to ensure that educational resources are paired with the right relationships -- creating an educational experience where youths facing adversity can thrive.

Who?

We support youths facing adversity through their preparation for the ’N’/‘O’ Level Examination. Some of our youths also take the Workplace Literacy and Numeracy (WPLN) Assessment as an alternative educational pathway.

What?

Our volunteer tutors provide 1-1 academic support services, and they are recruited from diverse backgrounds with a focus on finding the best fit for both volunteer and youth.

How?

Our volunteer engagement team facilitates the interaction between volunteer tutor, youth, and community stakeholder — thereby translating every volunteer experience into a community building effort.

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As we went along, we did start to grow closer. Yaash and I both practice Muay Thai, so one time after a tutoring session, I asked him: "Eh, how's your Muay Thai?" He told me about his training, then asked me: "Why don't we spar for a bit? We can have a training session now!"

Yushen

Volunteer Tutor with Impart in 2020

Want to join as a volunteer tutor?
 

Impart Sports

Sports surround us with a strong sense of community and have the potential to engage and uplift underserved communities. At Impart Sports, we identify sports that interest our youths and collaborate with organisations and volunteers to develop regular sporting communities.

Relationship-Driven

We value one-to-one relationship building and small group engagements. Strong social relationships and strong communities are inherently powerful to catalyse and drive change. 

Empowerment-Focused

We believe in moving away from provision by external stakeholders, towards youth empowerment and ownership. In addition to individual growth and development brought about by youth empowerment, it also enables more long-term programme sustainability.

Inclusion-Centered

Labels, stereotypes and negative stigma have been shown to be harmful for marginalised communities, keeping them in cycles of poverty, abuse, or offending. Sports provides a unique opportunity for us to find common ground in diverse communities which thrive beyond labels. 

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Common Ground Floorball

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Common Ground Floorballl (CGF) is a project under Impart Sports. CGF leverages the power of communities to uplift youths-facing-adversity.

 

Through Floorball, we aim to find common ground in diverse communities which thrive beyond labels.

Are you a sport enthusiast? Does your organisation own sporting facilities?
Speak to us on how you can volunteer your time or space.
 

Impart Projects

This is where ideas are birthed and developed! We pilot promising ideas, like our passions project where youths are encouraged to pursue their passions under a professional’s mentorship.

Learning Journey

This is a day-long workshop teaching critical thinking skills in applied settings, where youths get to learn presentation skills and analytical thinking techniques, improve clarity of thought and confidence in their own beliefs.

Health / Strength Project

In this project, we engage underserved youths in the Singapore Boy’s Hostel through a strength and conditioning program to inculcate values of resilience, teamwork and perseverance.

Passions Project

We recognise the value of developing passions. Under this project, we creates opportunities for youths to pursue theirs by learning under a practitioner for 4-6 months, leading up to a final project. We also surround the youth with a community of like-minded persons.

Want to share your skills? Does your organisation own supplies or facilities?
Speak to us on how you can volunteer your time or space.