Want to help underprivileged school kids meet their school needs? Or empower underprivileged special needs students to learn skills that could help them make a living in the future? Support and make a contribution to the School Life Fund @ South East!
Write A Cheque
Write out a cheque made payable to “South East CDC” and mail to:
South East Community Development Council
Wisma Geylang Serai
1 Engku Aman Turn, #03-02
Please write on the back of your cheque “CFAC” so SECDC knows that your contribution is meant for the School Life Fund.
For Singaporean donors, you can get a tax exemption of 2.5 times. For SECDC to process your tax exemption, please write on the back of the cheque:
- Your name
- Your NRIC number (for Singaporeans only)
- Your address
Make A Bank Transfer
Make a bank transfer to South East CDC. The details are:
Bank Name: OCBC Bank
Bank Account No.: 549-040517-001
Please indicate “CFAC” when making the transfer so SECDC knows that your contribution is meant for the School Life Fund.
For Singaporean donors, you can get a tax exemption of 2.5 times. For SECDC to process your tax exemption, when making your transfer, apart from indicating “CFAC”, please also indicate your Name, NRIC number and mailing address. You may also drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org after you have made your bank transfer if you are not able to enter all the required details when making the bank transfer.
Got a Question?
For queries about making out your donation either by cheque or by fund transfer, please contact SECDC at 6432 1300 or email email@example.com
Did You Know?
Project Happy Feet and South East Community Development Council will be setting up a “School Life Fund”, to be launched by Dr Maliki bin Osman, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Mayor of South East district at the Chefs for a Cause 2019 event to be held on 7 July 2019 at HUONE Clarke Quay, Singapore.
The fund, administered by South East CDC, will be used for:
- supporting the school needs of underprivileged students attending mainstream primary and secondary schools
- funding programmes for underprivileged students attending special needs schools so they can learn skills that will help them make a living
The idea for the fund was mooted by Project Happy Feet and the Chefs participating in the 4th edition of Chefs for a Cause as they wanted 80% of all proceeds from the Chefs for a Cause event to be channeled to support educational causes in Singapore.