Who we are, our journey and why we do what we do
A Social Enterprise that seeks collective effort of the community to bring about greater social change.
To create awareness and empathy through impactful experiences
Every individual with a heart for the community
and what we truly believe in...
Our Social Goals:
To foster awareness and empathy
To empower individuals
To inspire action
Our Core Values
Operations & Business Development
Jacey is the brain behind WeHiro.
She is responsible for the thought-process behind every step the organisation takes and ensures that every program is executed well. She never lets good work go unnoticed and always strives to bring value to the community. Her passion to bring to light social issues through WeHiro and in her daily life motivates her to do more.
She knows many good food places and sometimes cracks lame jokes to have a good laugh with the team.
Finance & Communications
Abigail is the workhorse of WeHiro.
She is responsible for making sure everyone on the team achieves their goals and paid on time. She also works hard to ensure more people learn about WeHiro. Through WeHiro she hopes to be able to help other youths realize that they too can do something to solve social issues in the community.
She is a movie and meme fanatic. Sometimes you can catch her laughing at her phone and soon you will receive a funny meme from her.
Yong Hao is the ideas machine of WeHiro.
He is responsible for coming up with new ideas that WeHiro can explore to tackle a social issue. He is always quick to think of innovative ways to solve every day problems. To him, every social issue is complex and is never a one-man job. He hopes to equip youths with the knowledge and the “want” to address social issues.
He loves animals and his favorite animal is a cat. He will also send funny stickers to the team to cheer us up.
Innovation & Design
Programme & Community
Programme & Community
Camp Hiro conducted the Ageing Simulation Programme for our first paying customer. Camp Hiro made it to the semi-finals and was the runner-up to receive Popularity Award for SIF Young Social Entrepreneurs 2017.
Conducted Ageing Simulation Program for international audiences as part of SIF Connects. Coordinated visits to nursing homes for DBS People of Purpose initiative.
Camp Hiro was incorporated and awarded with $1000 from NP The Sandbox Kickstart Fund.
Camp Hiro was awarded the Outstanding Enterprise Team Award by Ngee Ann Polytechnic. Launched YES! Festival which attracted 221 youths & seniors.
Camp Hiro rebranded to become WeHiro with a new outlook and a new programme on poverty was launched.