At SP Group, we are committed to sustained giving and meeting the needs of the community with meaningful and lasting impact.
We raise funds and contribute to programmes that support vulnerable seniors, youth, as well as children and their families.
The SP Heartware Fund, established in 2005 in partnership with Community Chest, supports services for 25,000 vulnerable seniors. These include befriending, rehabilitation, counselling and caregiver support.
SP Kids at Heart helps children from low-income families to enhance social mobility. In partnership with KidSTART Singapore, the funds provide for educational resources, bursaries, and assistance for home and developmental needs.
Our staff also contribute generously to the Fund, which SP matches dollar for dollar. In addition, SP underwrites all fund-raising and operational costs of the Fund and programmes, so that all donations will go fully to the social service organisations the Fund supports.
Volunteerism is an integral part of our DNA. Our staff volunteers, known as SP Heart Workers are passionate about giving their time, skills and effort to improve quality of life. They drive outreach activities for the vulnerable and underserved throughout the year.
We are honoured to be recognised for our sustained giving and grateful to all our staff, business associates, customers and the public for your contributions over the years, in support of more social services recipients.
SP is committed to empowering youth with access to different developmental pathways, to pursue their education and career aspirations, regardless of their socio-economic background.
We extended our support to the youth segment In April 2022 with a S$1.35 million donation to launch the inaugural SP Group Engineering Study Awards. Over three years, 450 engineering students from lower-income families at the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) will receive monthly financial support.
In May 2023, SP announced a S$750,000 donation to Youth Guidance Outreach Services (YGOS) which helped launch Singapore’s first-of-its-kind mobile youth engagement outpost powered by an electric van. SP is also providing free charging for this EV on Singapore’s largest fast-charging network. In addition to this mobile outpost to extend YGOS’ outreach, the funding also enabled the refurbishment of two youth centres in Woodlands and Ang Mo Kio and ramped up operations in Jurong, which has one of the highest concentrations of youth in Singapore.