SINGAPORE (Aug 6): Out of concern for social issues in the republic, 11 individuals and the Community Foundation of Singapore have created a fund called Mind the Gap 200 with $10 million.

The money will be used to partner public and social sectors in projects to alleviate social issues in four areas: community, education, healthcare and sustainability. 

Mind the Gap 200 is divided into 10 funds with specific mandates that fall into the four focus areas. For example, the intergenerational fund falls under community and will promote bonding between the elderly and the youth; while the knowledge fund under education will support those with learning difficulties or need vocational training.

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