Since 1989, ISCOS has been extending friendship and support to ex-offenders and their families so that they can lead meaningful and productive lives. Together with the CARE Network/Yellow Ribbon Project partners, ISCOS takes an active role in engaging the community to help ex-offenders and their families gain a foothold in the society.
As a social Co-operative for ex-offenders under the purview of the Ministry of Home Affairs, our programmes and services are geared towards enhancing the skills level of our beneficiaries, connecting them with supportive employers, providing social support through positive peer groups and mentors, building stronger family units, as well as extending academic assistance to their children in order to break the cycle of intergenerational offending.
With the aim to empower ISCOS members, their children and families, a Book Corner project was conceptualized by The Patatas for ISCOS beneficiaries. Adult and children’s...Read more
In collaboration with our long-time partner, Tan Chin Tuan Foundation (TCTF), a creative writing workshop for children, aged 8-12 years old, under the Fairy Godparent...Read more
Over $7,000 was raised by ExxonMobil employees, their families and friends, at the ESRC Dragon Boat Carnival held on 5 March 2016 at Gardens by the Bay (East). Organized by...Read more
The Network For Electronic Transfers (Singapore) Pte Ltd (NETS) renews its support to the ISCOS Gift of Hope (GOH) in 2016. 1,000 FlashPay cards, each with a value of $20,...Read more