Our Campaign Story

ends 31 Dec 2022, 11:59 PM

The Bank Card Programme was developed by FBSG as a new vehicle for beneficiaries to receive food aid from our various feeding initiatives. Inline with the intent to improve the dignity of beneficiaries, the Bank Card was created with the aim of providing the freedom of choice and autonomy in food aid.

The Bank Card Programme is a smart wallet that is pre-loaded with credits every month. With the bank cards, beneficiaries can receive food from participating F&B outlets and Food Bank's Food Pantry at any time.

Each Bank Card has 100 virtual credits that are topped up automatically each month. Beneficiaries are able to redeem meals and food items from FBSG's two initiatives:

50 credits from Food Bank Vending Machines and 50 credits from Partnered F&B outlets under Feed The City Tap A Meal initiative.

Bank Cards can also be used to redeem food and daily essential items from FBSG's Food Pantry locations.

FBSG has been MediTech Media (APAC)'s nominated charity partner over the past 2 years. This year, we are happy to have our sister agencies Citigate Dewe Rogerson and Grayling join us in our cause toward #ZeroHunger.

About Campaign

Our Food Bank bundles revolutionize the way of giving food aid due to our request format with social worker's which allow us to provide better, healthier and needed food items for the low income elderly and families in Singapore. This not only allow us to meet the needs directly, it also reduces food waste and unnecessary duplicate of food aid to those who sorely need help

About The Charity

Established in 2012, The Food Bank Singapore is Singapore's first food bank and aims to be the prevailing centralised coordinating organisation for all food donations in Singapore. Driven by its mission to eradicate food insecurity of all forms in Singapore by 2025, the registered charity bridges potential donors and member beneficiaries by collecting and redistributing donated food. Its members are registered charity organisations or special organisations with a designated meal programme for low income and underprivileged individuals and families. Through a network of more than 300 such organisations of all sizes, the food bank serves more than 100,000 families and over 300,000 people with all kinds of food: from fresh to cooked.

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Elderly
Families
Social Service