Caring for the mind, body and soul of the community.
Founded in 2011, The Saturday Movement is a charitable non-profit organisation that befriends and cares for a community of more than 500 vulnerable, disadvantaged or elderly in Singapore. Today, it provides 4,000 bread, fruit and meals every month and caters weekly lunches for the beneficiaries.
We also envisage a model of professional cooperation that taps on the skillset of various industry experts (F&B, Marketing, Product Distributors etc) which resulted in the founding of social enterprises such as the S17 Community Kitchen and Cafe @ Lengkok Bahru and the Sungei Road Green Hub.
Our mission and vision
The Saturday Movement started as a volunteer group in Lengkok Bahru eleven years ago and has since grown to a non-profit charity organisation with over 100 volunteers.
Our mission is to assist the disadvantaged elderly and poor in low income areas through the simple act of providing a meal or dry rations and a listening ear. These beneficiaries we encounter have been trapped or left behind in the wake of economic growth and urbanisation and are unable to cope financially, mentally or emotionally.
Our vision is to foster a kind, caring and inclusive world where nobody gets left behind.