Become a partner and develop the next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs

We support organisations in designing and running their own in-house Corporate Social Responsibility programmes for youth. As your company continues to mature in the volunteer and philanthropy momentum, you may consider investing in creating your own youth programme to grow and sustain your engagement and outreach goals.


Co-designing a customised youth programme

Training and equipping your corporate volunteers

Supporting in your programme implementation

Sourcing and connecting with youth attendees

What some of our co-creators said


Google encourages its employees to give back to charitable organisations that they love through GoogleServe. Each June, Googlers volunteer in their local communities in various projects from training non-profit organisations to use technology to improve their operations to preparing meals for the needy.

Since November 2016, Halogen Foundation Singapore has partnered with Google to develop and deliver a programme for Googlers to mentor youths from challenging backgrounds. This one-on-one mentoring programme involved tertiary students from ITE College East and youths form The Salvation Army over six months. Using the framework designed by Halogen Googlers were able to effectively help these youths build their leadership and interpersonal skills, set personal goals and develop a roadmap to navigate their personal and professional challenges.

Our Approach

How does the Halogen Cycle help you?

Halogen seeks to understand youth development goals to better partner you in designing, developing and delivering content that will be beneficial for both your students and educators.

As such, we have developed a comprehensive framework that integrates youth learning into your organisation in a clear and concerted effort.

The Halogen Cycle is a four stage planning process use to guide your organisation’s youth development framework design:

  1. Discover the context
    We begin by finding out more about the existing leadership/entrepreneurship development framework. This provides insight to how well the existing model is serving the school.
  2. Identify key gaps
    Every organisation has unique needs. The ability to accurately pinpoint developmental gaps will help in generating concise solutions with maximum impact. Here, we conduct a needs analysis to identify key gaps between expectations and applications.
  3. Implement action plan
    An action plan should have both strategic and pragmatic outcomes. We close the identified gaps through action plans ranging form building competencies to establishing a common language in your organisation. You will be able to maximise your time and budget while achieving your youth development outcomes.
  4. Assess the impact
    Assessment informs us if a plan or strategy is successful. Assessment data helps to generate a momentum of progress while keeping accountability for the impact that is currently happening.

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