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The Girls' Brigade Singapore (GBS)

Developing each girl and officer to her fullest potential by equipping, empowering and enabling:
Every Girl a leader
Every Officer a Servant Leader

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Fast-Food & Fuzz Camp 2018

An experiential camp where Junior girls learnt about fasting from elaborate food and experienced through simulations of the harsh conditions that children from developing countries face daily. Girls were taught to appreciate the things they have, to give thanks in all circumstances and pray for people in need.


National UG Camp 2018

This camp aims to foster camaraderie, strengthen resilience , instill continual learning and develop a harmonious community.

Leadership Development

Officers' Retreat 2018

The Officers' Retreat is an annual event where all the officers gather for a time of fellowship. The theme for officers this year was 'Fruitful & overflowing'. 

Community Development

GB Friendship Day 2018

With a tagline of ‘Two Hands, One Heart’, The Girls’ Brigade Friendship Day (GBFD) started in 2011 with the aim of establishing a national platform for members of GBS to collectively serve special segments in the community by befriending the Lonely, Elderly, Needy and those with Special Needs (LENS). It has since been an annual national project for the organization, allowing her to touch the lives of almost 12,000 LENS over the past seven years. 2018 is the 8th edition of GB Friendship Day. This year GBFD has an additional track of technology enabling service called D-Serve (Digital Serve).

Junior &

SEEK is the first word of The Girls' Brigade Motto which is progressively emphasised throughout the whole Junior STAR Programme. The Junior girls will be able to explore new activities and knowledge in the different aspects of life. The programme helps the Junior and Intermediate girls to develop their character, leadership and responsibility, to be of service to the home, school, community and nation.

Senior &

The Senior Programme caters to girls aged 13 to 14. The badgework programme is linked to the second word 'SERVE' of the Girls' Brigade Motto. The Pioneer Programme caters to girls aged between 15 to 18. The badgework programme is linked to the third word 'FOLLOW' of the Girls' Brigade Motto.


The SPARKS program is catered for girls who want to serve and hone leadership skills after graduation. Each series of activities and tasks will lead to their promotion to Warrant Officer. Girls from different companies gather once a month for trainings, outings, planning, projects or workshops that define the core concepts of SPARKS.

Leadership Development

A programme for officers that aims to develop every officer into a mentor. This programme is open to adult 20 years and above. Christian ladies who are interested to serve as officers in the ministry of The Girls' Brigade Singapore (GBS) may join.


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