Committed to leading a contributive life, SGS Youth Division members strive to bring one’s unique potential to full bloom, as well as enable others to do so, based upon humanistic principles and through engaging in meaningful and value-creative activities.
To promote peace and harmony in society, the SGS Youth Division actively participates in various national events, such as Chingay and National Day Parade, organise exhibitions, symposiums, dialogues, overseas Youth Expedition Projects, as well as engage youths from other community and religious organisations to promote collaborations and interfaith relations.
For its excellence in and commitment to community service and youth development, the SGS Youth Division was conferred the Singapore Youth Award (Team) 2005, the highest youth accolade in Singapore.
Preparations towards Chingay50 has begun! Next year, representatives from SGS Young Men Division Courageous Musicians and Young Women Division Fife-and-drum Corps (Kotekitai) will be putting up a marching band display item in the 2022 annual Chingay showcase.
On 2 October, over 170 youths from the Singapore Soka Association (SSA) held a virtual dialogue session with Dr Janil Puthucheary, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Communications and Information & Ministry of Health, Adviser to Pasir Ris-Punggol Grassroots Organisations (GROs).