The Eurasian Association has a long history of serving the interests of the Eurasian community in Singapore since its inception in 1919. In 1994, the EA was formally accorded “Self-Help Group” status by the Government to act on behalf of the Eurasian community in Singapore. The EA provides services for the community in three key areas: Educational Advancement, Family Support Services and Community Development.
As part of its mandate of serving the community, the EA works towards preserving the unique Eurasian heritage and traditions, as well as increasing awareness about Eurasians in Singapore. The Eurasian Community House is the home of the EA and Eurasian Heritage Centre, and is a focal point for the Eurasian community and a platform for us to work together for the good of the community.
We ensure that all young Eurasians have the opportunity to gain a good education, pursue their passion and develop themselves holistically.
Your contributions will enable us to continue the good work in meeting the needs of our community, specifically, low-income families, youth at risk, single parents and elderly.
Members of the EA enjoy discounts on its events and facilities throughout the year. The association also collaborates with external organisations to provide members with exclusive benefits.
The NewEurasian magazine is published quarterly and read by the Eurasian community in Singapore. Get the latest updates about the Eurasian Association and read about what individuals in the community are up to.