We are the Tobacco Free Generation.

Tobacco Free Generation is a social movement that seeks to re-balance the landscape of teenage smoking. Helmed by doctors, medical students, teachers and volunteers, we seek to connect with youths in schools to educate and encourage them to be part of the tobacco free generation and not to fall prey to being ‘replacement smokers’ of the tobacco industry.

Tobacco Free Generation (TFG) encourages teens to be the generation that makes the difference, the generation that says NO to cigarettes and to look after themselves and their peers.

TFG @ ACS Barker

TFG presented to Sec 1 & Sec 2 cohort of Anglo Chinese School, Barker Road, reaching out to a total of 640 students in late April. The team showed videos and spoke on a variety of topics ranging from the history of tobacco to the risks of...

TFG @ Pasir Ris Secondary School

TFG2000 had a good session with Sec 1 and Sec 2 students of  Pasir Ris Secondary School early March this year. We thank the teachers and students for making the session a enjoyable one.

TFG @ Raffles Girls Primary School

TFG conducted 2 assembly sessions presenting to about 2500 students on 24/2/2014 and 12/3/2014 at Raffles Girls Primary School. This is the 3rd year running that RGPS used the Tobacco Free Generation  notion to educate their girls about the...

TFG @ CHIJ Secondary School

CHIJ Secondary Toa Payoh have been an ardent supporter of TFG. Besides being a pioneer school to adopt the program, CHIJ teachers and students have successfully integrated TFG theme into the curriculum. CHIJ have also hosted TFG activities on...

TFG @ Singapore Chinese Girls School

Singapore Chinese Girls School’s 2014 TFG program was held in early Feb. SCGS student leaders conducted the session for about 500 of their peers. TFG congratulates the school for embracing the TFG message and the student leaders for presenting...

TFG visits Seng Kang Primary School

TFG kicks off 2014 schools program with assembly talk at Seng Kang Primary School. About 2500 school children between the ages of 7 and 12 were shown videos and taught the risks of nicotine addiction. They were also encouraged to be part of  a...

TFG collaborates with Tasmania’s...

TFG hosted Dr Adrian Reynolds, Clinical Director of Tasmania’s Alcohol and Drug Services when he visited Singapore in November 17, 2013. This reciprocates the visit to Tasmania in May 2012 by Professor Jon Berrick, co-author of the tobacco-free...

TFG visits Damai Primary School

TFG initiated our 2014 school assembly program @ Damai Primary School in Nov 2013. Primary 5 and 6 kids were shown videos, slides and participated in a lively Q&A session. The topics covered included harms of nicotine addiction and recently...

TFG @ Sengkang General Hospital Ground...

TFG had an excellent day on Oct 27, 2013 showing to some of our political and community leaders – the people, the progress and the passion of our movement at the new Sengkang General Hospital groundbreaking ceremony. We are proud to be...

TFG presented @ Delhi Meeting

At the Sept 2013 Delhi meeting on ‘International Conference on Public Health Priorities in the 21st Century : End Games for Tobacco’ last week, TFG2000 was cited several times in the other plenary sessions even before the Singapore...

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