SG CARES GIVING WEEK
IN COLLABORATION WITH
GoodHood x Tampines Together:
SG Cares Giving Week Grant
The SG Cares Giving Week Grant, administered by GoodHood and Tampines Together, seeks to encourage community members in Tampines to step up and do good for their neighbourhood through self-initiated projects.
$2000 in fuss-free grants will be given out to help community members execute their projects, which will help the needy or strengthen the community spirit in Tampines.
Let's make Tampines a better hood – it can start with you!
How to apply
To qualify, participants will submit a pitch on how they can impact their community with a $500 budget.
The top four entries will be selected and given $500 to execute their project. We encourage Tampines residents with the ability to help others to seize this opportunity to do a good deed and have your efforts amplified, with the help of the GoodHood app!
The deadline for the pitch is 7 December, 2020, 1200hrs.
By 7 December, 1200hrs, all participants are to submit their pitch and execution plans for selection
Results of selected entries will be released by 8 December, 2359hrs.
Winners must execute and complete their campaigns by 25 December 2020.
Who can apply
Singaporeans or Singapore Permanent Residents (PR)
Above 18 years old
Residing in Tampines (based on back of NRIC)
Kickstart your project!
Ready to pitch in an idea and execute your community project? Here are some guidelines to keep in mind as you craft your idea:
1. Have a target audience in mind
Who is it that you would like to help? Be it children with special needs, elderly living alone or low-income families, we suggest that you should be passionate about helping these individuals.
2. Research on existing efforts by beneficiaries
We love a fresh new idea - but in order to come up with one, a good understanding of existing efforts is needed. We suggest reaching out to Tampines-based non-profit organisations (NGOs) and help groups if you would like to understand the landscape of social work and service in Tampines. But fret not, Team GoodHood will be here to assist you along the way!
3. Consider feasibility and logistics
How many volunteers would you need to carry out your project? Do you need extra support or manpower? Do detail these information in the pitch as much as possible to stand a greater chance of winning the grant.
*Terms and conditions apply. Click here to read T&C, guidelines and FAQs.