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90% of all our goods

come by sea

90% of all our goods

come by sea

Corporate Support for Seafarers

Partnerships between a charity organisation and private entities can help transform a business and produce a lasting social impact. 

 

MtSS cultivates innovative collaborations and strategic partnerships with corporations that share our vision of helping seafarers from across the globe. With our partners, we work toward positively addressing the unique and complex challenges faced by seafarers and their families while simultaneously creating value for partners’ businesses and brands.

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Providing help to Seafarers

25 Chaplains across the world and all time zones are contactable should you need assistance. You may chat to a Chaplain at the : https://bit.ly/3Hfpa7E  
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News

Keep up to date with the latest bulletins about the Mission’s work in Singapore, caring for those who come through one of the world’s busiest ports, as well as news of regional events and fundraising campaigns.  
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Make a Donation

We rely on various streams of donations from individuals and companies. Your support helps us provide assistance to more seafarers passing through our port. You may donate one time or arrange a monthly sum. Every day, your contributions could be saving or improving a seafarer’s life.
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FOR SUPPORTERS

Business Support For Seafarers

Corporate support is instrumental in our goal of helping all seafarers and their families. At MtSS we pride ourselves in developing excellent, meaningful, and mutually beneficial relationships with our corporate partners. MtSS treats every corporate relationship as vital thus we work to ensure our partner’s needs and expectations are not only met but exceeded.

Our corporate supporters could attest to the true value of building relationships with us and/or supporting our work. The brand becomes more visible and enhanced when you work with MtSS. We have media and PR opportunities that we open up to those we work with. MtSS to date has an array of broad-reaching networks and a high-profile partner base.

Through the partnership, MtSS opens its door to partner’s employees to participate in our events by taking part in challenges, creating fundraisers, becoming advocates or volunteers.

Every corporate relationship is important to MtSS. We welcome discussion on how we can best achieve and enrich the relationship with our supporters

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FOR SEAFARERS

Where Seafarers Can Get Help?

25 Chaplains across the world and all time zones are contactable should you need assistance. You may chat to a Chaplain at the : https://bit.ly/3Hfpa7E

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DONATE
You Can Be Of Help To Seafarers in Need

We rely on various streams of donations from individuals and companies. Your support helps us provide assistance to more seafarers passing through our port.

You may donate one time or arrange a monthly sum. Every day, your contributions could be saving or improving a seafarer’s life.

Donate Today

We rely on various streams of donations from individuals and companies. Your support helps us provide assistance to more seafarers passing through our port.

You may donate one time or arrange a monthly sum. Every day, your contributions could be saving or improving a seafarer’s life.

How the Mission's Work Began

Founded in 1856, the Mission had its first beginnings some 20 years earlier when the Revd John Ashley began visiting ships at anchor in the Bristol Channel.

In 15 years, he visited 14,000 ships and sold more than 5,000 Bibles and prayer books to seafarers.

ABOUT US

Establishment of The Mission to Seafarers Singapore

The Singapore Branch of The Mission to Seafarers began in 1924 when the clergy and Cathedral members offered a ministry to seafarers calling at Singapore. Our history as a station began in 1927 when it operated from an office in Connell House, formerly known as “The Seamen’s Institute”, which was situated at 1 Anson Road. This magnificent building was funded by a bequest from a seafarer, Mr Matthew Connell. To this was added the proceeds from the sale of “The Sailors Home” in Stamford Road.

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