Giving Back

IT Works Internet and its employees have long recognized the importance of the communities in which we work, play and live. Since we started in year 2001, we have been on the lookout in making contributions to non-profits organization for their Internet needs.

We believes that people can do amazing things if they have the tools and resources. To that end, IWI is supporting non-profit websites for their hosting needs and even server co-location – and by doing so, to help discover and achieve their goals.

Web sites that we are supporting:-
  • Tetraplegia WorkgroupStarted in 1999, a non-profit voluntary group functioning under the umbrella of Friends of Tan Tock Seng Hospital (Singapore) cater to the needs of tetraplegics in the workgroup and most importantly to instill and foster a sense of “Family Spirit” into the workgroup.
  • ECNADBurst into life as Dance Dimension Project in 1996 and transformed the contemporary dance landscape in Singapore.
  • Project Happy FeetAim to improve the lives of under-privileged children and youths in developing countries by supporting programmes and initiatives that empower them through training and education.
  • Henry Park Primary School Alumni AssociationWas formed upon the registration (ROS Registration Number 0231/1997) with the Singapore Registry of Societies (ROS) on 1 October 1997 is a volunteer-driven alumni association.
  • The Climbing of Mount EverestA book by David Lim
  • Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to AnimalsIs a registered charity that depends on donations from the public. No government grant is received. The Society prime objectives are to promote kindness to animals and prevent cruelty. The SPCA does this through the investigation of cruelty cases; and aims to promote kindness to animals and responsible pet ownership by educating the general public.
  • Team New Moon KHcycleComprises of Elite, Competitive and Member categories. The initiative is to promote sports (Running, Cycling & Triathlons) with positive etiquettes while in pursuit of the highest level of sportsmanship and sporting excellence.
  • Joo Chiat CommunityA fresh-faced Peranakan bistro in town!
    A stroll around Joo Chiat’s ever-changing neighbourhood will reveal surprising new developments.
    Among the many new eateries to spring up in Joo Chiat is probably its fifth Peranakan restaurant – this time right in the heart of Singapore’s first Heritage Town.