Latest Happenings

JurongHealth Campus Good Neighbours’ Day

Our staff were cordially invited to participate in JCH’s Good Neighbours’ Day at Ng Teng Fong General Hospital. We had the opportunity to share more about our programmes and efforts with well-wishers and prospective volunteers! Beyond our booth, we are also deeply grateful to be the sole beneficiary of the groceries and non-food items donated by JCH. These will go a long way in benefitting our monthly Food Gift+ service users.

Project Journey with You

With “Project Journey with You,” supported by PCF Sparkletots as our CSR partner, we aim to support residents living in rental blocks by providing vouchers that enhance their quality of life. Our statistics show the reach of our initiatives, the number of vouchers redeemed, and the strength of our dedicated volunteers.

Belanja @ Jurong Central

In collaboration with Jurong Central CCC, we launched Belanja @ Jurong Central, an initiative where those who can offer a helping hand ‘belanja’ fellow residents cooked meals and drinks via a Peel-Stick-Claim meal card scheme at participating coffee shops and eateries.

Loving Heart Multi-Service Centre (Jurong) is happy to be able to belanja more residents warm meals and help make food security accessible to more!

Micro-job Taster Programme

What do you want to be when you grow up? In September 2022, we collaborated with Bold At Work to co-host a Micro-job Taster Programme for the Pre-University students from MUIS Madrasahs.

They were keen to learn more on the job roles available in the social service sector, what exactly we do, as well as some of the triumphs and challenges that we face. These students thoroughly enjoyed the bite-sized hands-on activities that were planned out for them to experience some of the work we do here.

Project Journey with You

Sponsored by Baring Private Equity Asia, Baring Private Equity Asia Real Estate, and its staff members, Project Journey With You is a targeted fundraising administrative plan for Jurong Central. The modalities of support will be varied, and will evolve with time.

The first run of the project on 25 September 2021 distributed more than 550 sets of support packages to 343 households living in rental units in Jurong East Court. Each interim support package includes an EZ-Link Card with $15 value and NTUC vouchers worth $25. Shoutout to volunteers from Jurong Central, Loving Heart (Jurong), and BPEA for supporting the event!

Satellite Distribution @ Nanyang CC & Jurong Central Zone A RC

In collaboration with Nanyang CC and Jurong Central Zone A RC, Loving Heart (Jurong) set up satellite distribution centres to reach out to a wider pool of clients in need living in the respective estates. Clients from our Food Gift+ Programme, who live in and around the various satellites, wil nowl be able to collect their food gifts and household packs within walking distance from their house!

Vegetable Voucher Scheme with Jurong Spring FoodCare

A collaboration between Jurong Spring Citizens’ Consultative Committee and Loving Heart Multi-Service Centre (Jurong) since February 2020, we worked with Jurong Spring FoodCare to provide fresh fruits to more than 140 recipients under their care. On a bimonthly basis, recipients receive vouchers worth $6 each and are able to redeem fruits through an appointed vendor. Through this, we also hope to increase nutritional values of food assistance with fresh food!

Free TCM Clinic Going Digital!

In the process of digitalisation, our service ambassadors are also picking up on their digital skills while we transit onto an online booking system at the Free TCM Clinic. At 72 years old, Mdm Kang, who has been with us since 2011, has displayed keenness in upgrading her digital skills. Despite her being unfamiliar with desktop computer, she has managed to pick up the necessary skills and weaved it into her routine. She has improved so much that she is even able to coach fellow ambassadors during their On Job Training. She is a good example of lifelong learning.
Kudos to all our service ambassadors!

YMCA WOk-The-talk

During the post Covid-19, we see lives being disrupted and many are still struggling to earn a living. Together with YMCA, we had served a total of more than 5,900 meals for 9 weeks for our beneficiaries under our care.

We would like to thank YMCA for extending this service to our beneficiaries residing in Jurong.

Free breakfast Scheme

Free Breakfast Scheme is a ground up effort first mooted by Ms Joyce Yu, a resident in Jurong Central. Joyce saw how Covid-19 is disrupting life and impacted on the livelihood of the less fortunate members in the community.

Together with her friends, Joyce reaches out to Loving Heart Multi-Service Centre (Jurong), proposing to offer the scheme to residents who will benefit from the effort. We worked quickly with our Grassroots partners (to identify and register recipients), get in touch with food stores operating out from the N4 Neighborhood Centre (opposite Jurong Green CC), and successfully rolled out our first sets of breakfast on 9 April 2020.

The Scheme has since served more than 3,200 packs of breakfast to residents in both Jurong Spring and Jurong Central, and will continue to support our community for the extended period of the circuit breaker.

delivery of food gift packs

In enabling families to stay home during the Circuit Breaker, with help from volunteers, our team organised an exercise to deliver 2-months’ worth of food gift packs (that includes fruits, eggs and household items) to our clients shortly after the announcement of circuit breaking measures. While making plan for the next distribution, we will continue to reach out to our clients and support new ones that are referred by our community partners.


In collaboration with Ministry of Social & Family Development, Ministry of Culture, Community & Youth and Ministry of Health Transformation, we held the SGCares Community Network Session on 6 November 2019 at Jurong Green Community Club. 150 organisations such as pre-schools, Social Enterprises, Social Service Agencies serving the residents in the area, represented in the event. While 23 projects were showcased, more were formulated during the rounds of discussion amongst the attendees.


Covid-19 has greatly impacted the digital transformation in Singapore. To promote inclusion for our seniors, Loving Heart hosted the Digital Workshop to guide seniors on how to download and use TraceTogether, SingPass, SafeEntry and Zoom.