How Your Donation Makes a Difference
1 Standard Food Bundle will be donated to a low-income household Each standard food bundle consists of instant noodles, biscuits, milo, cereal drink, canned protein, canned vegetables.
2 Healthier Food Bundles will be donated to our beneficiaries Each healthier food bundle consists of rolled oats, soy bean milk, brown rice bee hoon, biscuits, fresh fruits & vegetables, 1tray of eggs
This ensures a household receives a standard food bundle for 10 months! Each standard food bundle consists of instant noodles, biscuits, milo, cereal drink, canned protein, canned vegetables.
This ensures a household gets a healthier food bundle for 8 months! Each healthier food bundle consists of rolled oats, soy bean milk, brown rice bee hoon, biscuits, fresh fruits & vegetables, eggs
Our Campaign Storyends 31 Oct 2020, 11:59 PM
While some of us may think nothing of paying hundreds of dollars for a meal, there are thousands of households in Singapore who still go to bed hungry tonight.
It's been estimated that about 10% of Singaporean households experienced food insecurity at least once in the last 12 months. Food insecurity can lead to negative effects on a person's physical and mental health.
If you've been blessed enough to have food on your table, would you consider joining us and helping those who don't?
About The Charity
The Food Bank Singapore acquires donated food from farms, manufacturers, distributors, retail stores, consumers, and other sources, and makes it available to those in need through a network of member beneficiaries.
The Food Bank Singapore was set up by Nichol and Nicholas Ng, a pair of siblings running a food distribution business, FoodXervices Inc Pte Ltd. After observing the food industry for more than a decade, they realised the need for a food bank in Singapore. Founded in 2012, we were given charity status in 2012 and IPC status in 2015.
Our mission is TO END FOOD INSECURITY IN ALL FORMS in Singapore.
We now have a total of 360 member beneficiaries that includes:
Family Service Centres (FSCs)
Senior Activity Centres (SACs)
Various types of homes (Nursing Homes, Children's Homes, Halfway houses)
Other voluntary welfare organizations (VWOs) and registered charities