Other Grants Available

  • North West WeCare Fund supports ground-up projects and provides funding for 100% of net deficit, up to a maximum of $10,000, whichever is lower, for each initiative. The aim is to encourage Singapore citizens, community groups and schools to take community ownership through initiating ground-up programmes that benefit the North West community.

  • Health Promotion Board offers a variety of grants for individuals and organisations interested in running programmes that will help us achieve our goal of building a healthy nation. Browse this section to see what grants we have!

  • Tote Board Community Healthcare Fund (TBCHF) seeks to build a healthier nation, enhance the quality of life of patients, and improve the affordability and accessibility of healthcare services for the needy and disadvantaged. This fund was launched by the Singapore Totalisator Board in 2009. It is jointly administered by the Ministry of Health, AIC and the Health Promotion Board.

  • National Youth Council (NYC) provides different type of funding for youths and youth sector organisations.

  • The Call for Ideas Fund (CIF) provides co-funding for projects that seek to resolve environmental challenges and problems in the local community, and the development of mobile applications which enable open and easy access to environmental information so that the public can make informed choices and decisions in their daily lives. It comprises two tracks – the Active Citizenry Track and Mobile Applications Track.

  • Our Singapore Fund has been created to support meaningful projects by passionate Singaporeans-projects that build national identity or meet social and community needs. This umbrella fund is made up of supporting funds from the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY), Tote Board (Singapore Totalisator Board) and the Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise (raiSE).

  • Singapore's heritage scene thrives and continues to grow with a variety of programmes, events and exhibitions that help to cultivate an appreciation of our heritage. The Heritage Participation Grant (HPG) aims to support and enable a wide range of participants to step forth and take the initiative to promote and foster a deeper sense of appreciation of our shared heritage.

  • LearnSG Seed Fund – a $3 million fund set aside for 1 year which aims to grow community-led learning initiatives.

  • AWARE Power Fund is Singapore's first national women's rights fund. It is focused on providing financial and capacity-building support to emerging organisations, and new initiatives of established organisations that work with marginalised women and girls. The fund is an opportunity to resource the next generation of collective action on ending gender inequality in Singapore.



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