How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Every dollar helps to build up the trust fund of a child with special needs to meet his/her future care needs.
This amount will match the minimum $500/yr that a parent tops-up into the trust account to co-pay the premiums of the $100,000 term plan.
This amount will help a lower-income family with the initial capital to set up an SNTC trust account for their child with special needs.
This amount will sponsor the initial capital to set up an SNTC Trust, and matching donation (up to $5,000) on a parent's top-up into the trust account to co-pay the premiums of the $100,000 term plan.
About Campaignends 30 Sep 2022, 11:59 PM
GOAL has two parts:
1. It sponsors the initial $5,000 deposit to set up an SNTC trust account for the child.
2. The parent follows a plan to top-up the trust account in order to receive up to $5,000 in matching donations. These funds are then used to pay the premium of a term policy, on a parent's life.
Through a combination of the parent's top-up to the child's trust account and the matching donations, the trust fund will be able to pay for the insurance premiums.
SNTC does not receive referral fees from any insurance products. The term plan is offered on a non-advisory basis.
This campaign qualifies for Tote Board's $-for-$ Enhanced Fund-Raising Programme Grant up to $250,000.
For more information, please download the GOAL brochure: https://bit.ly/SNTCGOALBrochure.
About the Charity
Supported by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF), Special Needs Trust Company (SNTC) is the only non-profit trust company set up to provide affordable trust services for persons with disabilities. Since 2014, the Special Needs Savings Scheme (SNSS) is also administered by SNTC. The purpose of SNTC is to provide a vehicle that ensures the financial security of persons with special needs is met when their parents or caregivers pass on. At SNTC, we have a team of trained social workers who will work with the caregivers to develop individualised care plans for each special beneficiary to meet their long-term care needs.