PERTAPIS Children’s Home

PERTAPIS Children’s Home (PCH) was established in 1991 and a gazetted Place of Safety under Children and Young Persons Act (CYPA).

The Home is able to provide care for 80 children and young persons from the age of 4 to 16 years old. They are referred by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) and Youth Court for alternative care arrangement.

PCH Vision
Nurturing today’s children for a better tomorrow

PCH Mission
Working towards reintegration through positive learning

PCH Core Values
HOPE (Honesty, Optimism, Perseverance and Endurance)

“A House is made of bricks and beams, but a Home is made of hopes and dreams… Thank You for giving us the gift of LOVE”

Our Impact

Over 80%
of our children passed PSLE in 2015

invested in the home per year

children cared for over 25 years

Our Needs

Building Upgrade
to improve our facility including better lighting, sanitary improvement, computers, kitchenware

Educational Support
to assist the children academically and provide them enrichment and technical skills

Caring Teachers and Aides
to look after their wellbeing so that they feel secure and safe

Volunteering Opportunities

The Home opens our doors to volunteers who are willing to share their time and expertise to befriend and form part of social network of helping hands for the children and young person under our care.

Some of the areas of volunteering include coaching the children and young person to complete their school assignments, extending man power support during our fundraising events (such as being volunteer tin carriers during Flag Day) as well as providing guidance through mentorship programs in the Home.

As for corporate or organizations, aside from monetary donations to help us sustain our services, you and your team are most welcome to drop by and spend a few hours of interaction and fun with the children and young person in the Home.

Should you wish to explore other areas of collaborations, do give us a call or drop us an email so that we could discuss further. 

After all, “a House is made of Bricks and Beams, but a Home is made of Hopes and Dreams”.