About Us

Harvest Care Centre

We are a non-profit organization officially registered with the Registry of Societies since 18 March 2005. Facing the growing needs of youths, families and the elderly in our society, we want to play our part in actively reaching out to these various needs. Therefore, we dedicate ourselves to transforming communities by meeting the needs of individuals and families of all races and religions.

Our Vision

We are committed to establish a broad base of services to reach various needs in communities both locally and overseas.

Our Mission

We dedicate ourselves to transforming communities by meeting the needs of individuals and families of all races and religions.

Board of Directors

Rev Bernard Foo | President of the Board

Rev Bernard Foo is the Senior Pastor of Harvester Community Church. Prior to that, he was working in the banking industry. Together with his wife, Rev Bernard Foo has been thickly involved in family and pre-marital counseling for more than twenty years and has set up educational centres in India and the Philippines. He has a strong passion to see families and communities impacted and empowered in Singapore and other countries. Married for more than twenty years, Rev Bernard Foo is a proud father of two grown-up sons.

Mr Vincent Heng | Vice-President of the Board

Mr Vincent Heng is a Manager in a statutory board. He has been responsible in promoting innovation excellence and bringing about organization-wide change programmes. With his creativity and initiative, Mr Vincent Heng has spearheaded many fundraising events for Harvest Care Centre. A firm believer in teamwork, he passionately looks for avenues of collaboration because "together we can do more". Married for more than ten years, Mr Vincent Heng is a father of three growing young children. He holds a Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) from the National University of Singapore.

Ms Lee Meixian | Treasurer of the Board

Ms Lee Meixian is working in a media organisation. With her experience in and connections across the media industry, spanning film, public relations and journalism, Ms Lee believes that she is able to contribute to Harvest Care Centre in the area of external communication, by conveying what the organisation stands for to the public. Ms Lee holds a Bachelor of Social Science (Hons.) degree from the National University of Singapore, with a major in communications and news media.

Ms Priscilla Teng | Secretary of the Board

Ms Priscilla Teng is the Manager of the Admissions Office in Singapore Polytechnic. With her strong skills in coordination and administration, Ms Priscilla Teng has provided valuable support in the running of Harvest Care Centre. Her previous volunteering experience with CDAC involves counselling premature school leavers to return to school or be gainfully employed. Ms Priscilla Teng holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) from the National University of Singapore.

Ms Elaine Pan | Member of the Board

Ms Elaine Pan is working in a statutory board and with her wealth of experience in the finance industry, she believes she is able to contribute to Harvest Care Centre in the area of accounting work. Ms Elaine Pan holds a Bachelor of Accountancy degree from Singapore Management University.


The facilitators at Harvest Care Centre were able to connect with the students. Our students feel comfortable to share their thoughts openly with them.
Ms Faridah
Teacher at Geylang Methodist School (Secondary)
The programme covers topics such as management of emotions, study skills like mnemonics, scheduling and setting meaningful goals.
Mrs Anna Leong
Counsellor at Pei Hwa Secondary
I have learnt different skills and game strategies through the weekly training sessions. My character have been developed through self-discipline and help from the coaches.
Bryan Foo
Wad Hoops Basketball Player
Training is quite fun and I feel proud as the captain to represent the club for competitions.
Ryain Chua
Wad Le Soccer Player
I have been deeply encouraged and overjoyed as I see how overseas communities have been transformed through our consistent efforts (e.g. children learn English and families take on projects to generate income) I have also become more grateful and I treasure my relationships more deeply.
Lin Xue Ming
Facilitator for OSL
By the end of the session, I felt so good about myself. The training had different stages that helped me discover what I am interested in and how I can help the community.
Aunsha Venkataraman
Through the parent-child workshop, I understand my daughter’s love language and how I can better express my love for her. Now she listens, responds and obey most of the time!
Castro Louie Aquino
I am impressed that the SPARKS Student Care Centre is well set-up with the tuition room and kids playroom where they can play soccer and basketball at the rooftop of the centre too. I can see that my son is changing for the better since he was enrolled in this centre and I appreciate all the teachers who have guided and patiently taught our child.
Thandar and Kokomin

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