Our Six Key Sectors
We work with public agencies to help us administer some of our nation-wide programmes for various sectors:
- Arts and Culture
- Community Development
- Social Service
Arts and Culture
Enhanced Tote Board Arts Fund
The Tote Board Arts Fund continues to support artists and arts companies that produce good quality performances and exhibitions for the enjoyment and edification of Singaporeans. Looking ahead, groups are encouraged to engage their local communities more and give them ample opportunities to savour and deepen their appreciation of different art forms. Hence, projects that demonstrate concerted efforts towards this end may be considered for a higher level of funding. Through this, Tote Board hopes that more Singaporeans will enjoy the arts.
Please refer to the National Arts Council Website for more details.
Community Centre Building Fund
Tote Board provides co-funding for the construction, reconstruction, extension, renovation and upgrading of Community Centres in Singapore.
Please contact Mrs Adeline Yeo from People’s Association at +65 6340 5292 for further enquiries.
Funding for Grassroots Organisations
Tote Board helps to promote harmonious community living, social bonding, inter-racial harmony and inter-generational bonding through its funding of activities organised by grassroots organisations.
For further enquiries, please contact
Ms Gayathiri d/o Thevaraju
Head (Grassroots Policy & Programmes Division)
Mr Ang Tien Chuan
Assistant Director (Grassroots Policy & Programmes Division)
Arts Grant for Schools
The Tote Board Arts Grant aims to encourage the development of a vibrant arts culture in schools and promote arts appreciation among students by subsidising schools' purchase of quality arts education programmes. The Board partners the Ministry of Education in the disbursement of the grant, while the National Arts Council endorses suitable programmes through its Arts Education Programme.
For schools, please send your enquiry/application to the Ministry of Education: email@example.com
For arts providers, please send your enquiry/application to the National Arts Council: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also refer to the National Arts Council Website for more details.
Tote Board Community Healthcare Fund ("TBCHF")
Administered by the Ministry of Health, Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) and Health Promotion Board (HPB), TBCHF seeks to build a healthier nation, enhance the quality of life for patients, and improve accessibility and affordability of healthcare services for the needy and disadvantaged.
Please refer to
(a) HPB website for programme details under Category 1B - Preventive Care and Public Health Programmes
(b) AIC website for programme details under Category 2 and more
Tote Board Social Service Fund ("TBSSF")
Administered by the National Council of Social Service, TBSSF supports critical and strategic social service programmes for the needy and disadvantaged, and capital projects of voluntary welfare organisations. It helps alleviate the fund-raising burden of the Social Service Organisations and enables them to focus on service delivery and outcomes for the clients they serve.
Please refer to the National Council of Social Service Website for more details.
Tote Board Enabling Lives Initiative ("TBELI")
Administered by SG Enable, the TBELI Grant Call supports innovative and evidence-based projects to bring about improved quality of life for persons with disabilities and their caregivers. It focuses on cross-cutting issues in the disabilities sector – Caregiver and Natural Support, Data and Technology and Transition Management. By highlighting particular challenges in the disability space and defining key goals, the grant encourages players in the social space to work in collaboration towards addressing common problems and achieving desired outcomes.
Please refer to the www.enablinglives.sg for more details
Sporting Singapore Fund - Sports Events Funding
Tote Board supports sports events that deliver impact for the community and contribute to the vibrancy of Singapore's sporting calendar. Grants are administered by Sport Singapore and event proposals should demonstrate viable and sustainable concepts that engage the community, build capabilities in the sporting eco-system and encourage corporate investments.
Please refer to the Sport Singapore website for further more details. You can also contact SportSG Main Line at 6500 5000 or submit your enquiries through QSM.