Corporate Social Responsibility

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Our Approach: 

We are a people business, trust and generosity are of paramount importance to us. We believe that trust and generosity are the cornerstone towards building a more supportive and inclusive society. Embracing these values, Alp is committed to rally its communities and its team to contribute towards social causes. 


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Further testament of our commitment to CSR is a four-member CSR Board Committee comprising upper management which provides strategic oversight for our CSR efforts.

  • Community

    Giving back to the community by volunteering at the Institute of Mental Health (IMH).

    Volunteering in the mental health community gives you a new perspective and more empathy for others. Furthermore, the culture of warmth and support fostered among volunteers is one that we hope to cultivate with our Alp’s family.

    On 28 October 2016, we has extended our support by taking part in a philanthropy programme organised by Campus Psy. The programme aims to rally like-minded youths towards the development of a more supportive and inclusive society, through promoting social mental wellness and dispelling the stigma of mental disorders. In addition, we will also support the curriculum development and provide the expertise and time to support their training programmes at Sim University’s facility, which is expected to be ready by 2017. 

    Training & Development

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    The Speaker: Cho Ming Xiu, Founder of Campus Psy. Campus Psy soft launch programme.

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    Alp has extended their support by taking part in a philanthropy programme organised by Campus Psy.

    On top of the series of Youth Mental Health Peer Support Trainings, we have been serving the mental health community through weekly volunteering sessions at the Institute Of Mental Health/Woodbridge Hospital (IMH), every Saturday from 10am-12pm.

    As part of this movement, you will receive the training needed to be an informed and effective ambassador, and together, we can help to support fellow peers in mental distress. 

    Training topics include:

    • Self-care
    • Empathetic listening
    • Peer support
    • Active communication
    • Outreach skills

    If you would like to volunteer with us for our weekly volunteering sessions on Saturdays (10am-12pm) at the Institute of Mental Health (IMH), wait no further! Sign up now via the form below:

    Fill in the form below to join us now!

     

  • Social Enterprise

    To engage youths to take on a healthy interest in social enterprises and charities in Singapore through healthy competition. 

    On 25 May 2017, we has extended our support by taking part in a social enterprise competition organised by SingYouth Hub

    In this competition, teams of youths are to compete with one another to get into the top 3, and all participating team will be mentored by a team of experts from beginning to end. The top 3 teams from each category with the highest fundraise for the charity of their choice will be awarded attractive prizes. 

    About Social Enterprise Challenge 2017

    Our participants for our National Social Enterprise Competition 2017. The Competition provides multi-dimensional support for our aspiring social entrepreneurs and builds capacity through education and past experience sharing in social entrepreneurship.

    Objective

    • To raise awareness and support for social enterprises and work with partners to identify emerging social needs. 
    • To instill entrepreneurial skills in the younger generation through the journey of carrying out their Values in Action (VIA) projects.

    Photos of Social Enterprise Challenge 2014

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