Mike Tan’s mother knew the worth of a good education. Now a successful wealth planner and aspiring donor, Mike seeks to pay it forward with his own gift to support disadvantaged students.
Francis believes that “legal professionals have a big role to play in educating their clients about how they can leave a legacy and the impact that their gift can make beyond their lifetime.”
Angie Han believes this unprecedented year is sowing the seeds for greater giving in Singapore. “Many of us are witnessing the impact on vulnerable communities,” remarks Angie, ” As a result, in addition to wanting to give back to the community, many also wish to move beyond one-off, ad-hoc responses to a more sustainable and impactful giving.”
As a trainer at the Insurance and Financial Practitioners Association of Singapore (IFPAS), I found my calling in the field of estate planning and planned giving. Giving is a good intention; planning is a wise action; and planned giving ensures you can leave a legacy and take care of your loved ones
Vivien Goh and her father dedicated their lives to nurturing generations of Singaporean musicians. With the Goh Soon Tioe Centenary Award, their passion lives on.
Helping underprivileged students and promoting social causes were his missions in life. Now, Lien Shih Sheng’s descendants have taken on the mantle to continue his good work.
Shaped by his life experieces, the late Dr Lim Boon Tiong chose to support urological cancer research, elderly and end-of-life care with a gift of $24 million.
Start a conversation, because asking the right questions can help shape your clients’ giving intentions. “Conversations are powerful because they drive thinking around why, who and when your client would like to give,” shares Valerie Wu.