Community Club Management Committees
Our Community Club Management Committees (CCMCs) help build, manage and maintain all our Community Clubs (CCs). Our CCs are the common meeting ground for residents from all walks of life by providing numerous recreational activities and learning opportunities. CCs also connect residents and the Government by providing relevant information and gathering feedback on national concerns and policies. Each CC serves about 15,000 households or an average of 50,000 people.
What role does the CCMCs play?
Our CCMCs promote racial harmony and social cohesion through the various cultural, educational, recreational, sporting, social and other community-based activities organised specially for residents. Our CCMCs manage all the CCs, ensure that all CCs keep up with the expectations and needs of residents, and organise creative and innovative courses and activities for residents in the community.
How does the CCMCs accomplish its goals?
Our CCMCs are made up of volunteers who work with our professional staff to manage the CCs. Volunteers meet regularly to plan and organise programmes that meet the needs and interests of residents. By doing so, the CCMCs help bring people together at the CCs to meet, interact, share a common interest, and make friends.
Executive Committees (EC)
The Senior Citizens’ Executive Committee plans and organises a wide array of activities and courses to enrich the life experiences of seniors. These include arts and culture, lifestyle pursuits, lifelong learning, and sports and wellness programmes. The SCEC aims to engage and empower seniors to lead active, healthy and meaningful lives in the community.
Make new friends with other seniors. Join our SCEC activities at your nearest CC.
WECs play an important role in galvanising women from all walks of life to promote community bonding, nurture leadership qualities among our women and help the less fortunate. Events and activities organised by WECs offer common space for like-minded people to connect, build new friendships and contribute to community harmony.The objectives of the WEC are :
- Widen outreach to women of all races to build strong bonds among them;
- Engage women and their families in activities and programmes that meet their needs and interests;
- Create opportunities for women to participate in community and national affairs.
Click here for WEC Rules & Regulations.
Our Youth Executive Committee (YEC) is the managing body for the Youth Group in a Community Club. Reaching out to youths, our YEC organises a wide range of activities and projects ranging from sports and recreation to culture, arts and community service.
The role of YECs include:
- Developing programmes for youths and setting up subcommittees to implement its activities
- Working closely with the Community Club Management Committee and other grassroots organisations in putting together community development projects; and
- Connecting with other Youth Clubs and the Council to support the People’s Association Youth Movement (PAYM)
The Malay Activity Executive Committees (MAECs) promote greater Malay participation in the management and activities of various grassroots organisations (GROs). MAECs organise cultural, educational, social, recreational and sporting activities to promote mutual respect and harmonious relations between the Malays and other communities. Activities organised by our MAECs include Silat classes, dance workshops, and Hari Raya celebrations.
Want to know more about the Malay culture? Join the MAEC activities at your nearest CC.
The Indian Activity Executive Committees (IAECs) organise cultural, educational, social, recreational and sporting activities to promote mutual respect and harmonious relations between Indians and other communities.
The IAECs work closely with other grassroots organisations (GROs) to open up opportunities for Indians and other Singaporeans to interact and build mutual understanding.
To know more about the Indian culture, join the IAEC activities at your nearest CC.