Youths from broken families are at greater risk of engaging in juvenile delinquency and facing emotional instabilities that impact their life development.
Camp Vision was set up in 2003 by three women passionate about making a difference in their community. The organisation aims to motivate at-risk youths (ranging from 13 to 25 years) from foster homes by finding their inner voice, embracing dreams and taking positive action towards changing their lives for the better.
Through a broad scope of camps and activities, youth leaders are also handpicked to be part of Camp Vision’s sustainable pipeline of organisational leadership, both because of their own empowerment and also of their pay-it-forward role modelling to help other youths. Up to 1000 youths’ lives have already been transformed to date.
Registered with National Council of Social Services (NCSS), this is a volunteer-driven initiative that is currently seeking funding. With limited funding, the movement is always looking for partners to help support their cause and nurture the next generation.