About The Society Of St. Vincent De Paul

The National Council (NC) of SSVP Singapore

JUNE 2022 TO MAY 2024

The Society is registered with both the Registry of Societies and the Commissioner of Charities. The NC is responsible for the overall direction, control and management of the activities of the Society at National and Conference levels. The NC meets every month (except in December).


NC Executive Committee

National Spiritual Advisor
Rev Fr Eugene Vaz

Lucy Cher (May 2022-May 2026)

Vice President 
Noel Low (June 2022-May 2024)

General Secretary
Lisa Lim (June 2022-May 2024)

Asst General Secretary
Joachim Quah (June 2022-May 2024)

Martin Loh (May 2021-May 2023)

Asst Treasurer
Gabriel Lok  (May 2021-May 2023)


NC Ordinary Members

  • Michael Koh (Particular Council Serangoon – President) (Sept 2021-Aug 2023)
  • Lawrence Wee (Particular Council East – President) (Oct 2021- Sept 2023)
  • Teresa Kwok (Particular Council North – President) (Sept 2021-Aug 2023)
  • Adelaine Ng (Particular Council City – President) (Sept 2021-Aug 2023)
  • Magdalene Tan (Particular Council West – President) (Jan 2022-Dec 2023)
  • Benjamin Liew (June 2022-May 2024)
  • James Ang (June 2022-May 2024)
  • Thomas Lew (June 2022-May 2024)
  • Adonara Mucek (May 2022-May 2024)

NC Sub-Committees Leads

Dying with Dignity
Paul Foo

Faith Formation & Development
Patrick Foo

Best Practices – FINs
Patrick Foo

Best Practices – Financial & Code of Governance 
Gabriel Lok

Legal Advisors
Chan Yuen Leng/Lew May May

International Twinning
Adrian Cher/Raymond Leong

Robert Nguyen 

PDPA Officer
Benjamin Liew

St Vincent Home
Adelaine Ng/Michael Koh/David Lau 

Noel Low/Norman Neo/Reagan Thiew

Youth National Coordinator
Adonara Mucek


SSVP House

SSVP House was blessed by Rev Fr Eugene Vaz and inaugurated by Minister for Social and Family Development, Mr Desmond Lee, on 21 September 2019.

A bequest from the estate of an anonymous donor provided the funds for buying and refurbishing the building on 501 Geylang Road. The 4 Trustees for SSVP House Property are Rev Fr Eugene Vaz, Rev Fr Simon Tan, Mr Paul Foo and Ms Florence Tan. The office on 2nd floor is available for meetings and programmes. The ground floor of the building houses the SSVP Shop.



The logo has been adopted by the International Council or Council General of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, headquartered in Paris, for use in every country in the world. The logo has the following meaning:

  • The fish is the symbol of Christianity and, in this case, represents the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul;
  • The eye of the fish is the vigilant eye of God seeking to help the poor in our midst;
  • The crossing at the tail or the tie-knot represents unity and oneness among members and also the union with the poor;
  • The circle around the logo signifies the global or worldwide stature of the SSVP, an international Society;
  • The phrase “serviens in spe” means “to serve in hope”, the hope that comes from Our Lord Jesus Christ.

SSVP Youth Wing

Young leaders of the group help youths to understand and experience SSVP’s spirit of charity and love for the poor.  Keen to join this wing, in giving your share of your time to the poor and needy? Get in touch with any one of the following youth leaders: Anselm Vincent (email: anselm_2@hotmail.com), Rebecca David (email: bexiedavid@gmail.com), Adonara Mucek (email: adonaram@gmail.com).

Or for general Youth-related enquiries, drop us a mail at: enquiry@ssvpsingapore.org

SSVP Data Protection Notice

The SSVP Data Protection Notice sets out the basis which we may collect, use, disclose or otherwise process personal data of our members, volunteers, employees, beneficiaries (known as Friends in Need (FINs)), prospective FINs, customers, donors and other third parties in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act (“PDPA”). The Notice applies to personal data in our possession or under our control, including personal data in the possession of organisations which we have engaged to collect, use, disclose or process personal data for our purposes. 

Please click here for our complete Data Protection Notice. 

No help is too small, and every thought counts.

To help us continue the mission of supporting our 3,300 (and counting!) Friends in Need (FINs), so that we can go on making a difference, where their need is greatest, please give what you can spare.