Voluntary Welfare Organisations (VWO)

Voluntary Welfare Organisations

Voluntary Welfare Organisations (VWO) are non-profit organisations. These organisations exist to provide welfare services that will benefit the community at large.

In Singapore, there are many VWOs available to assist you in any problems that you may have. For example, if you are looking for organisations to help animals, there is Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES). If you are looking for health related, there are organisations like Singapore Buddhist Free Clinic.

You can find the more organisations like these here.

There are organisations that help people who are having problems with their financial debts. Here are a few VWOs in Singapore that are helping people who have problems with licensed money lenders. Do you find that you are having difficulties with keeping up on your monthly repayments? These VWOs are around to provide you with the assistance you need.

1. Blessed Grace Social Services

Blessed Grace Social Services (BGSS) was officially registered as a Non Profit Organisation in 2014. Over the years they have people who have problems with debts, narcotics and gambling. In addition, they also provide support to 3 vulnerable groups in our society, the elderly and foreign domestic helpers.

BGSS has been very active in providing help to people who need it. If you find that you are facing problems with licensed money lenders, you can approach BGSS. You can view some of the testimonials that they have received from successful cases here.

They help people negotiate with licensed money lenders for either a restructure plan or a debt consolidation.

2. Arise2Care

Arise2care’s vision is “To become a hospitable centre where life can be shared without fear and change can take place for Individuals and families affected by problem gambling.”

They have helped to transform the lives of not only people who seek help from them but also their families as well. Because of the support groups that they have created, Arise2Care has help to rebuild relationship between family members.

Visit their website here to find out more about them.

3. Adullam Life Counselling

Adullam Life Counselling is established in 2013. However, their founder, Mr Wong has had more than 30 years of experience in helping people deal with their debts. They have been providing advice and support to people who are facing problems with not only licensed money lenders but illegal money lenders as well.

Over the years, Adullam Life Counselling has been dealing with numerous cases of loanshark harassment. With so many years under his belt, Mr Wong has been able to successfully help many people with their problems.

Despite the warnings on news and social media, they are still people who fall for loanshark scams or even willingly take up loans from them. There are many reasons why people end up taking up an illegal loan. One of the reasons could be convenience. However, is convenience really that much more important than protecting yourself?

If you find that you are facing problems with loanshark, Adullam Life Counselling will be there to help you. There is no shame in asking for help when you need it.

Click here to find out more about Adullam Life Counselling.

KBB Credit SD Pte Ltd

When you find that you are in need of money for any reason, remember to always turn to banks or licensed money lenders. Money lenders are issued a license for a reason. This is to ensure that when you do take a loan, you will be protected by the law.

KBB Credit SD Pte Ltd, formerly known as KBB Credit, has been a license money lender in Singapore since 2010. Our staff are all well trained to provide you with not only a customised loan but also financial tips as well. If you find that you are having problems with managing your finances, you can drop by our office any time for a free consultation with any of our staff present.

There will be absolutely no charges involved with speaking to us. Neither will there be any hard-selling of loans to you. We like to help you relief your problems and that can be done by taking the first step, which is to speak to us!

Alternatively, you can also call us at +65 6255 6998 or email us at enquiry@kbbcredit.sg. We will be happy to assist you with any questions that you may have.

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