Make a Difference
TDR will be issued for donations of $10 and above.
How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Thank you for your donation of $200. Your donation will help our arts groups' pivot their offerings on new digital platforms.
Thank you for your donation of $100. Your donation can support an inclusive arts training session and create a co-existing space for art-makers and persons with disabilities.
Thank you for your donation of $50. Your donation will support the development of new emerging artists.
Thank you for your donation of $10. Your donation will pay for the supplies of our youth arts programme.
Your gift goes a long way in helping our Singapore arts organisations shine. Thank you for your support.
Thank you for your monthly donation. Your constant support builds the governance, fundraising capabilities and supports the operations of our small arts organisations.
The stART Fund is managed as a sub-fund under the Support of the Arts Fund (SFAF), a registered charity with IPC status under the Charities Act. Hence, all donations to the stART Fund will be eligible for 250% tax deductions.
All donations of SGD $10 and above are eligible for tax exemption. This will be automatically processed by the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) with your NRIC or UEN number. You may wish to note that the IRAS now automatically acknowledges the tax deductible status of your donations if the charity submits your identification number to IRAS on your behalf. This means that you will not need the tax deductible receipts when submitting your annual tax assessment forms. For more information, please refer to IRAS website: https://www.iras.gov.sg/irashome/Other-Taxes/Charities/Donations-and-Tax-Deductions.
Should you still require a soft copy of the tax deductible receipt, please kindly send an email to: [email protected]
For more information regarding the stART Fund, please visit www.nac.gov.sg/start.
NAC will work with private donors and rally the community to build a vibrant arts scene for Singapore that is sustainable for both the short and long-term. The fund aims to build up to $10million by March 2023 to support a greater number of arts groups in Singapore and encourage a diverse array of arts programming that serves wider community groups and audiences.
This pandemic has showed the impact arts can bring in providing a platform for connection and comfort. Ever resilient, the arts community has adapted to provide entertainment on new platforms and will continue to innovate their offerings to delight audience at home and around the world. With the continued efforts of our partners, together, we look forward to continue a culture of giving to the arts and emerge stronger as a nation.
- Arts & Heritage
Arts and Culture Development Office
Sustain the Arts (stART) Fund