Fulfilling Wishes, Inspiring Giving

Janet’s philanthropy journey started when she was appointed the executor of the estate of her cousin, Ms. Diana Koh. Ms Diana Koh had willed that her estate be dedicated to charitable organisations. As a newcomer to philanthropy in Singapore, Janet sought the advice of CFS after being introduced to it by a friend. The philanthropic

Sustaining Services Through Thick and Thin

Methodist Welfare Services (MWS) helps at-risk youth, the elderly who want to age in place, socially isolated seniors, low-income families, the destitute, and many more who face distress. It also operates two nursing homes that provide intermediate to long-term care to older people with chronic diseases. During the Covid-19 pandemic, MWS saw a higher caseload

Ensuring The Show Will Go On

When the pandemic hit, theatre company Pangdemonium, a Singapore charity and Institution of a Public Character (IPC), lost virtually all its income as it could not stage live productions. “We were forced to dig into our reserves for our day-to-day operations,” said the theatre company. This made it difficult to sustain its education and outreach