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Charities to receive top-ups, Enabling Masterplan 2030 to be launched later this year

Khairani Afifi Noordin
Khairani Afifi Noordin2/18/2022 07:34 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Charities to receive top-ups, Enabling Masterplan 2030 to be launched later this year
The government will provide a top-up of $100 million and extend its support for the Tote Board’s Enhanced Fundraising Programme
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To provide more support for the charity sector and encourage giving, the Singapore government will provide a top-up of $100 million and extend its support for the Tote Board’s Enhanced Fundraising Programme by three years until the end of FY24.

Charities can apply to receive dollar-for-dollar matching for eligible donations up to $250,000 per charity per year, finance minister Lawrence Wong announced in his speech.

This applies to donations raised during fund-raising events or on approved digital platforms.

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