At RWS, we believe that our care and love for children and the community must extend beyond their entertainment to the lives they live. We seek to empower the community by sharing the skills that we have, and the talents that we nurture, firmly believing that everyone has the potential to make a difference to their lives and our world. Rooting from these beliefs, we launched aRWSome Apprenticeship to give at-risk youths opportunities to learn life skills that can aid them in life, and aRWSome Kids’ Date where we enrich our children with new experiences to relax and learn. RWS also contributes to over 50 welfare organisations.

Empowerment Highlights

aRWSome Apprenticeship

This programme was conceived to keep youths off the streets and learn a life skill from experts in Culinary, Performing Arts and Entertainment, Attractions, Hospitality and Retail.

Recycling Art Competition

Jointly organised by Resorts World Sentosa and Woodgrove Secondary School, the second edition of Recycling Art Competition received close to 170 entries, almost a tripling in number over the inaugural competition held last year.