"A cohesive society hinges upon planning and execution, not chance. It is the Government's duty to ensure every Singaporean has a home to live in, and every child grows up with equal access to education, jobs and a safe environment."
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Cheryl Chan firmly believes that a cohesive society hinges upon planning and execution, not chance. To her, every Singaporean must have a home to live in, and every child must grow up with equal access to education, jobs and a safe environment.
Cheryl has been volunteering with the community in Fengshan since 2005, serving its community, especially supporting the elderly and children from less-privileged backgrounds. Seeing how responsible actions can make an impactful difference to the lives of those who most need it inspired her step towards politics in 2015.
Since being elected as Member of Parliament, Cheryl continues to champion these causes that she holds close to her heart. She introduced daily exercise sessions to various care programmes to engage the seniors, especially those living in isolation. She has also created the Happy Breakfast programme, where children and families in need are supported with school needs, learning opportunities and outings that allow them to bond as a family.
In Parliament, Cheryl brings her private sector experience and insights to speak up on topics related to housing and urban planning, women development, sustainability and for people with special needs. In 2022, she joined the Board of The Purple Parade, and works towards furthering the prospects of those with special needs, especially after their formal schooling years.
PAP Women’s Wing - International Women’s Day 2023
As Singapore moves forward in a new era, the PAP Women’s Wing is taking action to ensure the views and voices of our women are heard and included.
Find out more about the community initiatives our Women MPs and Branch Chairs are championing this year to make a difference: