• Press Release: 12 Mar 2022

    Year of Celebrating SG Families Launch through FamilyTrees

    The Year of Celebrating SG Families (YCF) was officially launched through FamilyTrees – a new initiative jointly presented by Families for Life (FFL) and the National Parks Board (NParks). FamilyTrees provides parents with the opportunity to commemorate the birth of their baby by planting a tree. It aptly signifies what the YCF logo projects – strong families with the deep-rooted bonds.

  • Press Release: 10 Mar 2022


    Strong families are the bedrock of our society - they are crucial in developing resilient individuals and building up a caring society. Even as household structures shift, families remain a strong pillar of support for Singaporeans, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Against this backdrop, the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) has dedicated 2022 as the Year of Celebrating SG Families (YCF). Led by the Families for Life (FFL) Council with support from the Alliance for Action to Strengthen Marriages and Family Relationships (AFAM), the YCF is a whole-of-society movement which celebrates the importance of our families.

  • Press Release: 15 Jul 2020

    FFL Shares The Care This National Day

    Families for Life (FFL) gears up for National Day with a special call out to families to Share The Care (#FFLShareTheCare) to support President’s Challenge.

  • Press Release: 6 May 2020

    Celebrate Mother's Day @ Home with Families for Life

    This Mother’s Day will be like no other. With circuit breaker measures in place, mothers have had to take on multiple roles at home. This is why Families for Life (FFL) is calling on the nation this Mother’s Day, to rally families to honour and celebrate mothers in Singapore. As a tribute to all mothers, FFL will roll out a series of specially-curated online programmes on 10 May, from 10am to 9pm on its Facebook page.

  • Press Release: 2 Mar 2020

    Families for Life Council Calls on Families to "Share-the-Care"

    The Families for Life (FFL) Council has initiated a “Share-the-Care” movement as part of the #SGUnited efforts, to encourage families to bond with one another and other families in showing support for our community’s unsung heroes.

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