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Explore

Find your Cause

Explore learning journeys are designed for people who want a fun, eye-opening experience into various social causes. Each segment has been meticulously planned to impact both you and the beneficiaries we work with.

Through our Explore learning journeys, we aim to expose young people to Southeast Asia's most pressing issues and provoke them into action! 

Past Explore Trips

Local

Food Waste

Explore Food Waste aims to highlight the irony of food waste and insecurity in Singapore. Together, we will redirect unsellable but edible vegetables to the needy.

Inequality

Explore Inequality aims to raise awareness about Singapore's inequality situation, create empathy and challenge participants' mindsets about poverty.

Urban Farms

Explore Urban Farms aims to explore issues surrounding food security in Singapore and how technology can improve environmental and social sustainability.

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Overseas

Explore Trips

Weekend trips that explore poverty-related issues across ASEAN. Meet new friends, experience new cultures and places on this short get-away! 


Previous trips include exploring Malaysia's Orang Asli and Refugee Issue, Thailand's rural education & many more...

Upcoming trips put on hold due to COVID-19

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Lea Kien

Salesforce Account Executive

"I really enjoyed the end-to-end process...it was definitely inspiring to see the smiles from all the recipients. There is still a knowledge gap in the community on how to recycle or "reuse" these not-so-beautiful food items. Education needs to start from young as well as in families so as to better redistribute the perfectly-edible food wastage to others in the community, especially the needy. I highly recommend this eye-opening experience to everyone who wants to get a glimpse into the food wastage issue in Singapore."

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Ng Ying

SMU

"It's not often that we get to hear stories and have conversations with people from another socio-economic background within an open and comfortable space. The tour guide we had was very friendly and open to share as well, adding on to our learnings from the journey."