THE NAME

We believe in harnessing the power of community to make a positive impact on the lives of the youths. The “Y” in Trybe reminds us of our vision and who we are serving – the youths..

THE SYMBOL

The circle in the Trybe logo symbolising community. The two arrows coming together at the bottom forming ‘T’ for Trybe, represents the relationship between a youth and a mentor. The arrow pointing upwards symbolizes the youth rising up to reach their dreams as a result of the youth-mentor relationship.

THE NAME

We believe in harnessing the power of community to make a positive impact on the lives of the youths. The “Y” in Trybe reminds us of our vision and who we are serving – the youths.

THE SYMBOL

The circle in the Trybe logo symbolising community. The two arrows coming together at the bottom forming ‘T’ for Trybe, represents the relationship between a youth and a mentor. The arrow pointing upwards symbolizes the youth rising up to reach their dreams as a result of the youth-mentor relationship.


OUR VALUES

RESILIENCE

Overcoming adversity and emerging stronger

INTEGRITY

Guiding decisions with moral principles

SERVING

Going the extra mile for others

EXCELLENCE

Expecting the best

OUR VALUES

RESILIENCE

Overcoming adversity and emerging stronger

INTEGRITY

Guiding decisions with moral principles

SERVING

Going the extra mile for others

EXCELLENCE

Expecting the best


BOARD MEMBERS


Rachel Ong
Pamelia Lee
Daniel Ng
Ingrid Hanson
Julia Hang
Praise Mok
Poh Yu Khing  



Chairman
Director
Treasurer
Director
Director
Director
Director 


Rachel Ong | Chairman
Pamelia Lee | Director
Daniel Ng | Treasurer
Ingrid Hanson | Director
Julia Hang | Director
Praise Mok | Secretary
Poh Yu Khing | Director  


Our Milestones


 
 
 
 
 
 

Meet The Team
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Nic Lee

Amos Ng

Freddie Lai

Cristela Yeo

Bee Lian Yeo

Justin Loo

Jovita Tambayong

Vimel Rajoo

Elyna Wee

Maya Manuel

Amos Kang

Narash

Joel Goh

Michele Mahendran

Rushell Ronda

Melanie Lee

OUR MILESTONES

1995

Started as Save the Children Singapore

1996

Registered as a charity

2001

Started school-based developmental programmes

2008

Attained Institution of Public Character (IPC) status

2010

Renamed to Trybe

2011

Appointed by Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) to manage the Singapore Boys’ Hostel

2014

Appointed by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to manage the Community Rehabilitation Centre

2015

Launched a new post-rehabilitation service, Growing Resilient Youth in Transition (GRYT) for youth offenders and probationers. 

2016

State-appointed as 1 of the 10 Youth-At-Risk Engagement (YARE) agencies in Singapore to provide early intervention to at-risk youths

OUR VALUES

RESILIENCE

Overcoming adversity and emerging stronger

INTEGRITY

Guiding decisions with moral principles

SERVING

Going the extra mile for others

EXCELLENCE

Expecting the best