Our Impact

Stories of donors, partners, charities

MigrantsOK@Home

With the rise in community cases within Singapore’s migrant worker community, MigrantsOK@Home supports charitable organisations with their operational needs, with the aim to better extend…

Recess@Home

Recess@Home is a ground-up partnership between the Ministry of Education (MOE), CFS and community donors, to provide meal subsidies for needy students during full Home-Based Learning (HBL).

SafeSleep@Home

With the rapid increase of COVID-19 cases, rough-sleepers living on the streets were in need of immediate shelter during the circuit breaker and towards permanent…

SayangStaff@Work

This initiative provides transport vouchers and appreciation funds to frontline workers, including ancillary staff, who deliver essential services to the vulnerable in our communities. To…

SeniorsOK@Home

Targeting 500 vulnerable seniors during this period of social distancing, SeniorsOK@Home empowers community ambassadors on house visits with emergency funding. These seniors are provided with…

Supporting ITE Students Through Recess@Home

The S R Nathan Education Upliftment Fund (SRNEUF) was set up in 2011 by President S R Nathan to provide financial assistance and incentive for students at the Institute of Technical Education (ITE)..

Temasek Poly – Dance classes for donations

The Temasek Polytechnic Dance Ensemble (TPDE) is a dance club based in Temasek Polytechnic. A family of dancers with members from all walks of life, they share one common passion; dance. Espousing three core genres of Hip Hop, Modern and B-Boy, TPDE constantly challenges themselves to learn and improve not only as dancers but as individuals.

Octava Foundation – Helping children and youth

As a grantmaker, Octava Foundation remains committed towards serving the heightened needs of vulnerable children, youth and their families during this challenging period. To support them, the Foundation has donated $200,000 to the Recess@Home programme under the Sayang Sayang Fund.

Julius Baer – Sending hope and help

Bank Julius Baer contributed CHF 200,000 ($ 284,800.00) to the Sayang Sayang Fund to bolster support for vulnerable seniors in Singapore amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.