Support the School Life Fund

Want to help underprivileged school kids meet their school needs? Or empower underprivileged special needs students to learn skills that could help them make a living in the future? Support…

7th Resort Edition of Slipper Race empowers deaf children and women

Held on the afternoon of Saturday 22 June 2019, the Project Happy Feet Slipper Race – Resort Edition 2019 saw a record turn out of more than 350 people and…

Chefs for a Cause 2019

The South East School Life Fund, which is empowered by Chefs for a Cause supported by Project Happy Feet, would be used to financially help underprivileged students from mainstream primary and secondary schools go through school by supporting their needs at school, as well as underprivileged special needs students attending special needs schools,  learn skills so they can make a living.

We’re TEN this year!

Since the very first informally organised trip in 2008 to Siem Reap and the formalisation of Project Happy Feet as a registered organisation in Singapore in 2009, Project Happy Feet has dedicated itself to making footprints of change by empowering lives through supporting training and education of underprivileged youths and children so as to alleviate poverty.

Latest Posts

Support the School Life Fund

Want to help underprivileged school kids meet their school needs? Or empower underprivileged special needs students to learn skills that could help them make a living in the future? Support…

Philippine Accessible Disability Services

Philippine Accessible Disability Services (PADS) is a non-profit organisation based in Cebu, Philippines working to enable the PWD community to grow and develop as independent, integrated, fully human and empowered citizens…

Chefs for a Cause 2019

The South East School Life Fund, which is empowered by Chefs for a Cause supported by Project Happy Feet, would be used to financially help underprivileged students from mainstream primary and secondary schools go through school by supporting their needs at school, as well as underprivileged special needs students attending special needs schools,  learn skills so they can make a living.

We’re TEN this year!

Since the very first informally organised trip in 2008 to Siem Reap and the formalisation of Project Happy Feet as a registered organisation in Singapore in 2009, Project Happy Feet has dedicated itself to making footprints of change by empowering lives through supporting training and education of underprivileged youths and children so as to alleviate poverty.