Volunteer Cooperation
Volunteer Cooperation

SIV Grant

We offer grants to eligible Singapore International Volunteers that enable them to further their roles as agents of positive change. 

The Singapore International Volunteer (SIV) Grant enables both individual volunteers as well as volunteer sending institutions and corporations to champion the positive impact of our community development projects to the public.

This may take the form of a photography exhibition, book release, personal sharing sessions, or a documentary production.

The SIV grant is open to all In-field, Specialist, Direct Service and Direct Service Team Leader volunteers.

  • Individual SIVs can get up to S$3,000 or up to 80% of the project cost (whichever is lower)
  • Volunteer sending institutions and corporations can get up to S$5,000 or up to 80% of the project cost (whichever is lower)
If you would like to contribute towards overseas community projects or share your volunteerism experiences with the Singapore community, please contact us at siv@sif.org.sg

 

 

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