The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (STSPMF) rallies support for the cause and donations to the Fund. It collaborates with corporate organisations and interested individuals and groups to fundraise. Fundraising events can be public or private.
Public fundraising requires the fundraiser to apply licence from the Singapore Police Force as it solicits donations from the members of the public.
Private fundraising may tap on the generosity of the fundraiser network of friends and family members or corporate clients and business partners to raise funds. For private fundraising activities, the organiser is not required to apply for licence from the Singapore Police Force.
Fundraisers will need to complete and sign an agreement with us.
STSPMF received its charity status in 2011 and has been an Institution of Public Character (IPC) since January 2012. As an IPC, STSPMF is able to issue tax deductible receipts for qualifying donations to donors.
If you are an individual, a group of passionate people, an educational institution or a company wanting to find out more about how you or your organisation can help, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org