How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Thank you for donating 10 dollars! This will go a long way in helping us in the development of Fencing in Singapore!
Thank you for donating 50 dollars! This will go a long way in helping us in the development of Fencing in Singapore!
Thank you for donating 100 dollars! This will go a long way in helping us in the development of Fencing in Singapore!
Thank you for donating 200 dollars! This will go a long way in helping us in the development of Fencing in Singapore!
About Campaignends 06 Jan 2021, 11:59 PM
In March 2017, the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth announced that a sum of $50 million has been pledged to match sports donations, dollar-for-dollar, over the next five years. This is over and above the amount of funding that is committed to High Performance Sport.
The One Team Singapore Fund (OTSF) has been created specifically for this, for all supporters of Team Singapore to contribute to enhance the High Performance Sport system for our athletes, in this case, our National Fencers.
Whether you're an individual, an organisation or corporation, your contribution will make a difference to the long-term development and success of our Team Singapore fencers.
As we are an IPC registered organisation, you can enjoy 250% TAX REBATE when you donate!
2. How the funds will be used?
All donations to the OTSF will be deployed in areas that will benefit the fencers directly in their training and competition. All grants utilised will be based on mutually agreed plans between the NSA, athlete(s) and Sport Singapore.
Since the launch of of Fencing Singapore's One Team High Performance Funding Drive in Dec 2017, we are thankful to have already received donations and pledges of more than $10,000. This amount will go a long way towards nurturing our elite fencers to achieve the Olympic dream.
Thank you very much for your contribution to our Sport!
About the Charity
Fencing Singapore (formerly known as 'Amateur Fencing Association of Singapore') was established in 1955 and is the national governing body for the sport of fencing. Currently, there are 5000 fencers in the fencing community.
By actively participating in international competitions, organising international events and promoting the sport to more youths, Fencing Singapore aims to raise the profile of the sport and to achieve medals at the highest levels of global competition.
More information about the sport can be found at www.fencingsingapore.org.sg