About Campaign

ends 31 Aug 2020, 11:59 PM
This year, SPH Club Zest has selected the Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (STSPMF) as the beneficiary of their SPH Tribe Challenge 2020.

In this 30-day challenge, every step counts. It will be a rewarding experience in more ways than one as you walk to help students from low-income families with their schooling needs and work your way towards a stronger and healthier body while enjoying exclusive prizes along the way!

Your contribution of any amount is greatly appreciated and would definitely help the beneficiaries go a long way.

About the Charity

The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund provides pocket money to children from low-income families to help them through school. The children can use this money for school-related expenses, such as buying a meal during recess, paying for transport or using it to meet other schooling needs. The financial help also eases the burden of the many parents who are already struggling to feed their families on their meagre incomes.

The Fund supports about 10,000 children and youth a year. Since the year 2000, the Fund has disbursed more than $80m and helped over 180,000 children and youth.

STSPMF disburses the funds to needy students through participating mainstream schools and disbursing agencies such as Youth Centres, Family Service Centres (FSCs), Special Education (SPED) schools, VWOs working with persons with disability, specialised schools, Children's Homes and PAVE.

STSPMF is a charity with Institution of Public Character (IPC) status.
Read more about STSPMF at www.spmf.org.sg


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