Our Campaign Story

ends 30 Jun 2022, 11:59 PM

As part of Citi's 17th Global Community Day (GCD), 'Citi Supports ChildAid 2022 (CCB)' is a fundraising campaign organised by Citi Commercial Bank to support ChildAid, a charity concert that raises funds for needy children served by The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (STSPMF) and The Business Times Budding Artists Fund (BTBAF).

STSPMF gives students from financially-strapped families a monthly allowance for school-related expenses such as their meals and transport fares while BTBAF helps socially-disadvantaged youth who are artistically talented pursue their passions in the arts.

Since 2002, Citi has raised S$6.7 million for the two Funds. In 2020, Citi raised close to S$400,000 for ChildAid despite the challenges posted by the unprecedented global pandemic. The campaign demonstrates our commitment in giving back to the community through philanthropy and volunteerism, and we hope to bring our friends and partners alongside as we seek to make a positive impact on our community. We invite you to join us in our giving journey - any contribution from you will go a long way for our beneficiaries.

About The Charity

TRCL (The RICE Company Ltd) is a not-for-profit arts and culture charity with Institute of Public Character (IPC) status.

The organisation is committed to addressing the social divide through creative and artistic intervention for the underserved with the aim of building a more resilient Singapore community.

In this, TRCL manages three funds: The Business Times Budding Artist Fund, which provides arts education to financially disadvantaged children and youth; The #Engage Initiative, which seeks to bridge the digital divide; and the Fund for Fun, which seeks to provide arts and wellness programmes and public artworks in spaces that invite interaction, provide positive distraction and uplift the spirit of the community.

For more information, visit www.trcl.sg


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