Milestones 2

With the support of donors and volunteers, Kampung Senang has made tremendous progress in serving its members and the general public.

Year

Milestones

1999 Establishment of Kampung Senang‘s first Day Care Centre for the Elderly
2000 Start of Mini Organic Farm

Opening of our Student Day Care Centre

2001 Established first Waldorf Playgroup in Singapore
2002 Free medicinal clinic offering Traditional Chinese Medical (TCM) services
2003 Gift of Good Food Scheme for people affected by cancer

Establishment of Learning to Learn Centre for children with special needs

2004 Full membership of National Council for Social Services (NCSS) granted

Whole Child Nurture Centre and Waldorf Kindergarten and Childcare Centre–As a preventive healing space for children from families with grandparents or parents affected by chronic illnesses

Launch of Holistic Support for People Affected with Cancer (HSPC) Programs, with NVPC best initiative awards

Organised Charity Concert for disabled & cancer patients at Kallang Theatre

2005 Commencement of Weekend Mart and Eco-Friendly Kitchen

MCYS approved setup of Integrated Student Care Centre at our Learning to Learn Centre

2006 Set up Aljunied Holistic Lifestyle Centre and Mobility Aids Services and Training Centre
2007 Formation of EcoHarmony Speakers Network
2008 Renewal of 3-years IPC status by NCSS and 2-year children licence by MCYS
2009 Officially registered a social enterprise: EcoHarmony Global Network Ltd
2010 Transformation of Learning to Learn Centre into a Classical Ethics and Family/Societal  Values Learning centre

Set up rehabilitation facility jointly with Tan Chin Tuan Foundation at Blk 840, Tampines Street 82

2011 Became an independent social service arm of Bright Hills-Kong Meng San Phor Kark See

Renewal of IPC status for 2 years by NCSS and MCYS

Launched on-going Veggie Thursday Project in Singapore jointly with NUS students and 25 support organizations

2012 Introduction of Family Learning Programs incorporating Neuro Feedback service launched by Mr Heng Swee Keat, Minister Of Education

Launched “Toward Zero Cancer” Movement in July 2012