Since 2022, the community has fully managed and owned the I Wish You Enough (IWUE) movement! Please continue supporting and participating in this social movement about spreading and promoting kindness, mutual help and generosity within our community so that everyone has enough.

To support the community in this social movement, previous SCC-owned IWUE collaterals are transferred in support for their use. These collaterals are for the participants of this social movement and not for commercial purposes or exchange for money. Wearing or possessing these items does not indicate SCC’s representation or endorsement of the IWUE in any shape or form, especially in raising funds.

IWUE2021 e-celebration

Thank you for joining us on 13 Nov 2021 for our IWUE 2021 e-Celebration. The event might be over, but the movement continues... so, let's continue to do our part to wish everyone enough!


Past Events

2019 - Colours of Life: Celebrating Diversity and Togetherness

Centered on the theme “Colours of Life: Celebrating Diversity and Togetherness”, IWUE 2019 convened communities from all over Singapore to celebrate the strengths and assets (‘gifts’) of the communities that we work with.

2018 - Small Acts, Big Impact

Centred on the theme “Small Acts, Big Impact”, I Wish You Enough 2018 celebrates and encourages random acts of kindness for people who don’t have enough so that everyone can have enough. The community is encourage to show their support of I Wish You Enough (IWUE) through small acts of kindness such as cooking a little extra for a neighbour who is sick, looking out for each other’s children or the elderly, or simply dropping by to have a chat...

2017 - I Wish You Enough

To help revive and spread the culture of mutual help, residents living in the South Central part of Singapore have banded together with South Central Community Family Service Centre to launch a movement called “I WISH YOU ENOUGH”. The public is encouraged to hang a towel on their front door to express their aspiration for a community where neighbours share with neighbours, especially with those who do not have enough.


Past Year IWUE

Article & Publications

We are continually gaining new understanding on the phenomenon of poverty, both worldwide and locally. Read on to learn more!