Our Campaign Story

ends 31 May 2022, 11:59 PM

We're participating in the Standard Chartered Home Run - a fundraising campaign to support disadvantaged young people through Futuremakers, the Bank's global initiative to tackle inequality and promote greater economic inclusion in our communities.

From now til 31 May 2022, 12 of us are collectively clocking in a distance of 240 km. We hope to get your support as we fundraise for this cause!

All donations are voluntary, and any gesture will be very much appreciated. Donations of S$10 and above will be eligible for tax-deductible receipts.

Thank you!

Team members:
Sarabjit Anand, Regional CIO of ASA and SG
Patrick Lee, CEO, SG and ASEAN Markets
Lee Woei Shiuan, Head of SG CEO Office
Sharon Lee, Head of CABM, SG and ASEAN Markets
William Ang, COO, SG and ASEAN Markets
Richard Sykes, Head of Treasury Markets, SG
Maisie Chong, Head of Trade and Working Capital, SG and ASEAN
Gaurav Bagga, Cluster CFO, SG and ASEAN Markets
Vincent Loh, Cluster CRO, SG and ASEAN Markets
Tanty Muliani, Head of CFCC, SG and ASEAN Markets
Eileen Tay, Company Secretary, SG
Vinay Gandhi, Regional Head, PvB ASEAN & Global Head, GSAC

About The Charity

Community Chest is the philanthropy and engagement arm of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS), which is the national co-ordinating body for social service agencies in Singapore.

The National Council of Social Service (the "Council") was established as a statutory body on 1 May 1992 under the National Council of Social Service Act (Chapter 195A amended in September 2000) (the "Act") and is domiciled in Singapore. The registered office of the Council and principal place of operations is at NCSS Centre, Ulu Pandan Community Building, 170 Ghim Moh Road #01-02, Singapore 279621.

The NCSS Charitable Fund was established on 1 May 2003, as an Institution of a Public Character (IPC) under the Charities Act (Chapter 37) and comprises all the charitable activities of NCSS, including the Community Chest.


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