About Campaign

ends 30 Apr 2023, 11:59 PM
To celebrate International Women's Day on the 8th of March 2023, the EtonHouse Community Fund (ECF), an IPC Charity, will host a charity gala at Orchard Hotel Singapore to launch its publication, 'Lifting Half the Sky' with stories of ten inspiring women in Singapore. Each of these women, wearing many hats and playing different roles, share unique stories, overcoming adversity, achieving success, and leaving an indelible mark on society for generations to come.

The funds raised from the book sales and the gala dinner will support programmes run by ECF focusing on improving the lives of vulnerable children and families in Singapore. We highlight one of them, Joyful Learning.

Joyful Learning is a year-long programme created for disadvantaged children between 3-6 years so that they embrace learning and gain confidence before they enter primary school. It is a powerful way for children to achieve successful outcomes in school so they can change their circumstances in life when they grow up. Help us bridge the gap and give these children a fighting chance to succeed.

We seek your kind support of the gala to raise much-needed funds to sustain our programmes via donations towards a gala table or an outright donation.

For enquiries or to register your interest, kindly reach out to Mahesan Kurukal (Mr.) at 9060 0239 / Monica Jiang (Ms.) at 8480 7371 or email us at [email protected]

About the Charity

Education comes hand in hand with giving back to society. EtonHouse Community Fund (ECF) was set up in 2015 by EtonHouse Group in the spirit of giving back to society.

We believe that every child regardless of his or her background should have access to good quality education. But not every child gets access to a safe and nurturing environment, for reasons out of their control.

Our Vision is to...
Create pathways for children to discover their unique gifts to the world.

We invest in the heart of Singapore's future through initiatives that cultivate self awareness, develop personal narratives and healthy relationships to build communities.

Today, ECF is an independent Institution Public Character (IPC) charity and a member of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS). With the support of public donations, we have been able to run meaningful programmes, positively impacting more than 17,000 children and youth over the years.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Children & Youth