Wells of hope
Over the next three years from now until 2016, some 7,000 villagers will get access to clean drinking water via 36 tube wells that will be dug in the townships of Kaw Hmu and Kungyangon in Yangon, Myanmar.
Driving for change
Matthew Spacie, founder and CEO of Magic Bus, highlights the power of community involvement and partnerships in nurturing the next generation of changemakers to do good for their communities.
Journey for good
Sixteen teams from eight countries to embark on SIF’s Young Social Entrepreneurs 2013 programme.
Exchanges for good
Disappearing Moon celebrates the cross-cultural collaboration between artists Genevieve Chua and Emma Critchley under our Artist-in-Residence Exchange programme.
YBAs maintain business links between S'pore and China
Twelve young outstanding working professionals got to work and live overseas for 11 weeks as part of our Singapore-China Young Business Ambassadors (YBA) 2012 Programme.
The magic of collaboration
SIF celebrates the culmination of its programmes for bridging communities through art with DiverseCity 2012.
Catalysts for change
We host thought leaders and cause champions from around the world to share and exchange ideas with like-minded individuals in Singapore. Our most recent visitors were Ashoka Fellows and leading social entrepreneurs
DiverseCity is back
DiverseCity 2012, SIF’s annual arts showcase, promises to be bigger and better than ever.
The power of culture
Mr Jim Leach, Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities in the US, spoke about Singapore’s importance in the dialogue between east and west and how culture is vital to policy considerations.
Here’s to clean water!
For village head Um Cheung and his fellow villagers living in the Kampong Speu province of Cambodia, the simple act of procuring a glass of water has always been a back-breaking chore.