About Campaign

ends 31 Oct 2022, 11:59 PM
Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) is a fully-funded programme by Halogen, which helps youth from underserved communities to activate their entrepreneurial mindset and build business skills.

Have you wondered who have been running NFTE on the ground? They are our Academy Trainers and Associates, who work with schools and corporate volunteers to ensure each NFTE youth will have their own dedicated coaching and facilitation support at each session. These Halogen Heroes play a significant part in the NFTE experience for the youths, as they plan, prepare and run various activities and sessions throughout this one-year NFTE journey.

Halogen provides volunteer remuneration for Associates and raises funds to sustain the Academy Team to ensure our programmes are delivered with utmost quality. Your kind donation will help them to continue their work to help each youth reach their full potential!

As a token of appreciation for your kind donation, we will be gifting each donor a copy of Entrepreneurship Unlimited: 17 Singaporean Journeys that is specially curated by Halogen Foundation. Kindly share your mailing address upon filling the donation form for us to mail the book to you!

About the Charity

Founded in 2003, Halogen Foundation (Singapore) is an Institution of Public Character (IPC) charity focusing on building young leaders and entrepreneurs. Defining leadership and entrepreneurship as influence, Halogen Foundation believes that every young person has innate potential to influence and lead, becoming positive change-agents. By developing an entrepreneurial mindset, youths can be further equipped to contribute positively to society.

Halogen Foundation aims to make quality leadership and entrepreneurship education available to all young people regardless of background, race, income, or religion, particularly those who are disadvantaged - coming from challenging family backgrounds and/or are in need of financial assistance.


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Children & Youth

Mansha Vasnani, Contact Person