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Our Singapore Fund has been created to support meaningful projects by passionate Singaporeans that build national identity or meet social and community needs.

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Have an idea for projects that bring communities together, that promotes Singapore's national identity and shared values? Find out if you are eligible to apply for Our Singapore Fund.

Eligibility Criteria
For individuals
  • You must be a Singapore Citizen/Permanent Resident, who is 18 years old and above
  • You must be residing in Singapore
For groups

The organisation must be

  • A company that is registered with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA); or
  • A not-for-Profit organisation that is a Public Company Limited by guarantee registered with
    • Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA);or
    • Society registered with Registry of Societies (ROS); or
    • Charitable Trust registered with the Commissioner of Charities (COC); or
    • Co-Operative registered with the Registry of Co-operative Societies;
    • or Trade Union registered with Registry of Trade Unions;
Fund Details
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Project FAQ

Past Projects from Our Singapore Fund

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