Our Impact
Our grants have funded many worthy causes, giving hope and improving the lives of Singaporeans and the community

Fund-raising Events

The Tote Board Fund-raising programme was conceived in 2006 as a  catalyst to encourage the community to step forward and raise funds to better meet the needs of the underserved community. Over the years, we have supported fund-raising events to benefit many sectors such as Social Service, Health, Arts, Education, Community and Sports.

The number of fund-raising events supported and funds pledged through Tote Board's structured fund-raising programme has increased over the years


In FY2013, Tote Board increased the funding cap from a maximum of $20,000 to $50,000 for each fund-raising event. This increased contribution has served to motivate organisations to raise more funds and in turn, better meet the needs of the underserved. Tote Board’s funding support towards the fund-raising programme increased significantly by 61% in FY2014, as compared with FY2013. In FY2014, we pledged a total of $15.7 million to support a total of 323 fund-raising events.

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For our 30th anniversary, we have a special fund raising programme.Find out more about it here.

Here are some of the recent fund-raising projects we've supported: 

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TTSH Charity Ride 2016 

“In this tough economic climate, fundraising has become more challenging. The generous support from Tote Board and Singapore Turf Club really helps to ensure that the needy sick, especially the elderly under our TTSH Community Fund, can continue to receive timely assistance and support. We are very grateful for the helping hand every year since our first Charity Ride in 2011.”

Ms Eunice Toh, Executive Director, TTSH Community Fund

 

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White Cane Community Day - "Guide Dogs Can Lah!"

“Tote Board's endorsement for our inaugural White Cane Community Day "Guide Dogs Can Lah!" on 30 September 2017 was especially important to the event's success allowing more than 500 sighted participants to partake in simulated daily activities of the visually impaired. With Tote Board's continuous support, Guide Dogs Singapore Ltd will be able to continue to serve and empower our clients.”

Ms Vanessa Loh, General Manager, Guide Dogs Singapore Ltd

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‚ÄčThe Urgent Run 2017 

“World Toilet Organization (WTO) is proud to have the support of Tote Board for our legacy initiative – The Urgent Run. With Tote Board’s grant support, The Urgent Run 2017 has increased compassion and action for sanitation among our schools, young professionals and citizens. Moreover, you have enabled WTO to grow in 2018 so we can continue our mission to bring health, dignity and well-being for all.”

Mr Chua Hung Meng, Executive Director, World Toilet Organization