The Gift of Hope is an initial relief package given to our new members to help them tide over the first few days upon release, and enter into their new phase of life.
Launched in 2008, the Gift of Hope package contains $40 worth of basic necessities containing a NETS FlashPay Card, food and grocery vouchers and other items.
With the support from corporate partners like NETS, the Gift of Hope extends its purpose of sending new members a warm welcoming message of hope and reassurance that the community is supporting them in their pursuit of good citizenship as they start their lives afresh.
To join ISCOS as a member, kindly visit our office.
To support the Gift of Hope project through sponsorships and donations, kindly contact 6805 0805 or email email@example.com.
Birthed in 2010 through the generosity of the Lee Foundation, the ISCOS SMS Service primarily serves as an active helpline for members requiring immediate assistance, while providing an effective platform for ISCOS to disseminate useful information to all members.
Members under the ISCOS SMS Service will receive messages containing inspiring motivational quotes, exciting event updates, and vital information regarding job fairs or job vacancies.
To subscribe to the ISCOS SMS Service,
kindly text <Subscribe_YourName_NRIC_MobileNumber> and send to 8112 4352.
For existing members who would like to update your personal particulars,
kindly contact 6743 7885.
Alternatively, you may follow us on WeChat to get updated with the latest developments and events. Simply follow the instructions below and start following us:
|1||Download WeChat from the App Store / Google Play using your mobile phone.|
|2||Follow on-screen prompts to create a WeChat ID. You may also upload a photo to personalise your WeChat profile.|
|3||To follow us, go to Contacts > Add Contacts (Top right hand corner) > Scan QR Code.|
|4||Alternatively, you may follow us by manually typing ISCOS_Singapore in the Search Bar.|
The ISCOS Motivators Programme recognises exceptional members who are doing well in society and willing to give back to the community, by sharing their first-hand account of own life stories. Many times, these sharing of grit and resolve through the various struggles faced during challenging times have proved to be encouraging and inspiring, invoking positive changes in the audience’s personal lives.
These ISCOS Motivators are also encouraged to speak to youths at-risk at preventive talk sessions or to any member of the public who needs assistance. These engagements are arranged in the hopes of forging resilience in these youths to lead a positive and dynamic life, while reinforcing their determination to ward off negative influences. Motivators will undergo proper and relevant trainings to develop their public speaking skills, and receive a token allowance for their services to the community.
If you are interested to become an ISCOS motivator, kindly contact 6743 7885 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.