BRAVE – Catholic Youth Conference 2020

If you are between 16-35 years old, join us at this conference where we come together to have raw, authentic and valuable conversations about your mental health. This conference seeks to explore how our Catholic faith plays a role in mental health recovery.

Date: 22 February 2020 
Time: 9am – 6.30pm (Registration opens at 8am)
Venue: Caritas Singapore – Agape Village
  7A Lorong 8 Toa Payoh, Singapore 319264
Tickets: $20 ($10 for students)

For programme outline, please see Clarity here.

Register now to book your seat!


If you would like to volunteer with us for this conference, please write to [email protected]
If you would like to be one of the sponsors for this conference, please write to Elizabeth Sugito at [email protected]

Care for our Common Home

In commemoration of the Church’s celebration of the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation on 1 September, we included a leaf above the ‘i’ in our logo. This leaf symbolises our growing efforts, nurtured by the motivation and commitment of staff to care for our common home.

Walking Together (Charity Walkathon)

This is our inaugural walkathon for charity! Through this walk with you, we aim to raise funds to support the work of the Caritas Singapore family comprising 27 charities and social mission organisations.

Your donation goes a long way to support our work in our community.

You can support us by
1) walking with us,
2) making a donation, and
3) spreading the word to your family and friends.

Walking Together is a leisurely 3km walk, followed by an indoor picnic with music! All participating walkers will be contacted via email to collect their exclusive walker packs which include a Dri-fit T-shirt and other specially-curated items.

Register here, and walk with us for a good cause.
If you’d like to donate to support our cause, click here.
Thank you!



Caritas Internationalis’ Share the Journey campaign was launched by Pope Francis at St Peter’s Square, Vatican City, on 27 September 2017. The aim of the campaign is to promote a ‘culture of encounter’ by increasing the spaces and opportunities for migrants and the local community to meet and share.

Click here to find out more about the campaign!