The White Cane Club is a branch of the Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped (SAVH) and was established in 1966. It is run by a team of visually handicapped and sighted volunteers. The Club caters to the social, recreational and welfare needs of its visually impaired members ranging from teenagers to the elderly.


The key objectives of the White Cane Club are:

bullet dotTo complement the Association in providing for the educational, social and recreational needs of visually handicapped members
bullet dotTo contribute constructive recommendations to the Association for the enhancement of welfare of visually handicapped members
bullet dotTo assist the Association in identifying and nurturing potential leaders for the Club and the Association


Activities the Club has organized include:

  • Hiking and walk
  • Informal gathering/Dialogue sessions
  • Picnics and outings
  • Tandem cycling
  • Talks
  • Parties
  • Overseas trips

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How You Can Help

You can help by being our volunteer in our activities. For further information, please contact the White Cane Club Coordinator at 6251 4331 or ext 702 or us at e-mail