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Find out more about the enhanced fund-raising (EFR) programme to provide additional support for charities
Tote Board channels the gaming revenue from Singapore Pools and Singapore Turf Club, together with the collection of casino entry levy, to support worthy causes in the community.
We help uplift vulnerable groups.
We provide accessibility to quality open spaces, strengthen communities and help build a vibrant and culturally rich nation.
The COVID-19 pandemic brought about a slew of challenges for many industries, including the social service sector. Tote Board's Enhanced Fund-Raising Programme provides additional support to charities by matching funds raised on both physical and digital platforms.
“During a global pandemic like COVID-19, such a programme from Tote Board is definitely sending the right signal to the social service agencies that they are not forgotten, and that even when the competition for funds has heated up, innovative and hardworking agencies will receive additional support from Tote Board to continue delivering its programmes and services.”
Executive Director, Caregivers Alliance Limited
The nine-year-old bespectacled student is now ready to lead a normal teenager life, thanks to early intervention from Canossian School, a programme funded by Tote Board Social Service Fund and supported by Community Chest.
“I was scared when I first put on my hearing aids. But my parents and brothers talked to me and comforted me,”
Xie Zhirong is not just a police officer; he is also mentor to a team of youth players competing in a league organised by the National Crime Prevention Council, known as the Delta League. Secondary school student Gordon Hoon is one such youth who has gained much Zhirong's guidance.
"All of us come from different backgrounds, so we learn how to respect one another. Also, even if you think the opponent is not good, you should not look down on them because out there on the field, everyone is trying their best."
secondary school student and Delta League player
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