To be an organisation highly valued by people whom we serve and work with, championing stories and dreams.
Positive Storytelling, Making a Difference
Reta Social Enterprise is dedicated to continue the community work of our CEO’s late grandmother, Che Zahara Noor Mohamed, who is a Pioneering Champion of the Rights of Women and Children and an inductee in the Singapore Women’s Hall of Fame.
We want to continue her belief of equal opportunities for all and legacy of “reform, not charity” by focusing on youths as our future leaders to create a multiplier social impact; grooming the youths who have a passion and interest in various fields to reach their full potential and become uplifting leaders to their peers.
As a social enterprise, we aim to:
Celebrate youth potential and talents
Enrich the community
Create positive social impact
Collaborate with local and global partners to provide a platform for youths to come together
Motivate, educate and enable youths to realise and utilise their full potential
Provide youths with media training and guidance on real projects
OUR SIX DIVISIONS
A highly evolving society means a rapidly increasing number of individuals with the interest to create their own businesses. We support entrepreneurship and offer mentorship to budding entrepreneurs and/or business owners.
Giving back to the community is an integral part of the Reta responsibility. We believe in instilling goodwill in others, to encourage a bigger sense of purpose in every individual besides worldly pursuits.
Reta Social Enterprise aims to reach out to potential youths at risk as well as promising youth leaders to take the lead in not only their individual pursuits, but also in collectively making this world a better place.
Art is food for the soul. Even with our high-paced lifestyles, we appreciate the finer things in life. Through the Reta Social Enterprise, we strive to ensure that the arts in Singapore continue to flourish for the good of the future.
Environment consciousness continues to be a prevalent issue as the world continues to grow at a rampant pace. As one concrete jungle is built after another, we must not forget to care for Mother Nature for the sake of our very existence.