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The Prisoners' Aid Society was formed.
The Singapore After-Care Association (SACA) was formed under the leadership of Chief Justice, Sir Alan Rose.
The Society became known as the After-Care Association to provide for the needs of a wider spectrum of offenders as well as detainees; neither of whom could be dealt with under the former rules.
The Crown granted a plot of land in Dunlop Street for the construction of a three-storey hostel. The Rotary Club of Singapore generously helped raise $20,000, persuading the Government to contribute dollar for dollar.
SACA was formally registered as a society.
SACA was registered as a charity.
The Community Action for the Rehabilitation of Ex-offenders (CARE) Network was formed, with SACA as a founding member.
Association’s building undergoes major upgrading works thanks to generous funding from the Ministry of Home Affairs.
SACA turned 60! A new Patron joined SACA - The Honourable The Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon.
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