Giving time

Giving back to the less fortunate


Our people give their time generously to various registered charities and third sector organisations, including:

Children’s Wishing Well: Children’s Wishing Well is a non-profit organisation and Singapore registered charity which was founded in 2002. CWW provides a broad range of services for children and youth from low-income families nationwide, supporting them in their current educational and daily living needs, and equipping them with skills for their future.

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InKind Direct: Founded in 1997 by HRH The Prince of Wales, In Kind Direct distributes consumer goods donated by companies to UK charities working in the UK and overseas. It works with not-for-profit organisations and companies to help ensure that everyone has access to life's essentials and that no usable product goes to waste. InKind Direct formed a charity arm in Singapore in 2018 to continue its mission.

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World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF): World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is one of the world’s largest and most experienced independent conservation organisations. Established on 29 April 1961, WWF has grown up to be one of the largest environmental organisations in the world and currently is present in more than 100 countries to conserve and protect our natural environment. We have been the corporate counsel to WWF Singapore since 2013, and have assisted on a myriad of environmental issues and conservation efforts.

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Cycling Without Age: Cycling Without Age is a movement started in 2012 by Ole Kassow. Ole wanted to help the elderly get back on their bicycles, but he had to find a solution to their limited mobility. The answer was a trishaw and he started offering free bike rides to the local nursing home residents. In Singapore, CWA is registered as a CLG and run single-handedly by a Dutch lady and a handful of volunteers.

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Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS): As part of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) network, GCNS encourages and facilitates the progress of companies that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with UNGC’s 10 universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption at the country level.
As the national society promoting CSR in Singapore, Global Compact aims to encourage collaboration between CSR stakeholders in businesses, government and civil society to create long-lasting value for the community. Through various platforms for multi-stakeholder engagement and collective action, the national society aims to advance responsible business practices and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), supporting Singapore’s goal of becoming a sustainable nation.
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