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The Daisy Phay Foundation was set up by the estate of the late Dr Phay Seng Whatt in memory of his wife, Daisy. In 2010, the Foundation established an endowment fund with RP with additional donations in 2014, 2017 and 2019 to provide annual financial assistance to good, needy and deserving students.


Lee Foundation is a charitable foundation founded in 1952 by philanthropist and business leader Dr Lee Kong Chian for the advancement of education, healthcare and cultural activities, and other social causes.


The Ngee Ann Kongsi was founded in 1845 providing welfare services for Teochew immigrants, and since 1933, Kongsi has extended its support to education.

Being a charity foundation over 170 years old today, The Ngee Ann Kongsi is an active and strong advocator in mainstream education and it has made significant contributions to Singaporeans through scholarships and bursaries.

With Singapore’s new social challenges like an ageing population, The Ngee Ann Kongsi would also like to pledge its support to eldercare and healthcare in the near future.

More information can be viewed at https://thengeeannkongsi.com.sg 


The late Mr Nasser Saddique was always interested in the pursuit of knowledge and self-improvement. His formal studies broadened not only his academic and professional knowledge but also enabled him to meet many individuals who shared different views and interests. This led him to explore beyond his chosen field of study. It is in this spirit that the endowment is set up. Through the endowment, students of modest means or facing financial challenges received support to pursue their chosen field of study. This support helps to better the students’ life prospects and encourages them to continuously improve themselves.



Income was established in 1970 to provide affordable insurance for workers in Singapore. Today, two million people in Singapore look to Income for trusted advice and solutions when making their most important financial decisions. Our wide network of advisers and partners provide life, health and general insurance products and services to serve the protection, savings and investment needs of customers across all segments of society.

As a social enterprise, Income was made different. Our social purpose of maximising value for our policyholders defines us as a social enterprise as we continue to make insurance accessible, affordable and sustainable for all.

In 2018, Income had over $37 billion in assets under management. Our financial strength and diversified investment portfolio is reflected by our strong credit ratings which underpin the delivery of our commitment to customers.

Income’s corporate social responsibility initiative, OrangeAid, is committed to empower a better future for children and youth from disadvantaged backgrounds.

For more about Income, please visit: www.income.com.sg 




Registered in June 2004, MILK Fund is a charity organisation that was set up to reach out and help disadvantaged children who "fall through the cracks" of our social safety net. MILK Fund works alongside mainstream programmes, through their partners, to plug the gaps and provide a holistic approach that guide these disadvantaged children back to mainstream society. Besides plugging service gaps, MILK Fund is also focusing on transformational programmes that can help children break out of the poverty cycle.

These children come from low-income, troubled families or impoverished communities and some are physically challenged. MILK Fund supports them in their education, care and guidance, vocational and livelihood development and other special needs so as to give them the opportunity to develop to their full potential.

To find out more about MILK Fund, please visit: http://www.milk.org.sg/ 


The Tote Board manages its grantmaking activities from the surpluses generated from the Operations of Singapore Pools, Singapore Turf Club, and the collection of casino entry levy from the two integrated casinos in Singapore. Through the grants, Tote Board aims to contribute towards building an inclusive, resilient and vibrant community.


The Shaw Foundation in Singapore was set up in 1957 by the Shaw brothers with the overriding principle that wealth contributed by the society should be returned and in generous measures. It is one of the largest philanthropic organisations in the world. Funding for the foundation comes from investments and various prime properties donated by the Shaws. This includes the prime land property, Shaw Centre. The foundation has been contributing the revenue collected from the 25-storey luxury office block to various charities since the late 1970s.

To find out more about The Shaw Foundation, please visit: https://www.shaw.sg/About/19-shawfoundation.html 


The Toh Kian Chui Foundation was named after the late Mr Toh Kian Chui, who started one of the first road construction companies in Singapore in 1948. Named the Swee Constructions, the road construction company paved the first runway for the Singapore Changi Airport in the 1960s. The company was also responsible for the building of the facilities in Kusu Island. Mr Toh was a generous contributor to many charities in Singapore and was awarded both the Public Service Star (BBM) and Public Service Medal (PBM) by the Singapore government.

Today, the Toh Kian Chui Foundation continues Mr Toh’s legacy by being a key supporter of education initiatives in Singapore.


Renowned Singapore entrepreneur Mr Choo Chong Ngen established the Worldwide Hotels-Choo Chong Ngen Foundation in November 2017. The Foundation is set up under Credit Suisse’s SymAsia Foundation and with the bank as the philanthropy advisor. Mr Choo made the first donation under the Foundation with a one-time pledge of S$2.5 million to the five local polytechnics (Nanyang Polytechnic, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Republic Polytechnic, Singapore Polytechnic, Temasek Polytechnic) to establish the Worldwide Hotels-Choo Chong Ngen Foundation Endowment Bursary. Each of the five polytechnics will receive S$500,000, and the government matched the donation by 1.5 : 1 bringing the total donation to S$1.25 million for each polytechnic.

Mr Choo Chong Ngen is the Founder and Group Chairman of Worldwide Hotels, which currently owns and manages six homegrown hotel brands, namely Hotel Boss, V Hotel, Hotel Mi, Value Hotel, Venue Hotel and Hotel 81. He was awarded the prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year (Singapore) by Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards (APEA) in 2013.


CapitaLand Hope Foundation, the philanthropic arm of CapitaLand, was established in 2005 to further CapitaLand’s community development commitment to ‘Building People. Building Communities.’, by recognising that the long-term success of the company’s business is closely intertwined with the health and prosperity of the communities in which it operates.

Every year, CapitaLand allocates up to 0.5% of its net operating profit to CapitaLand Hope Foundation. The Foundation is a registered charity in Singapore which promotes the social growth and development of underprivileged children with respect to their education, healthcare and shelter needs. The Foundation also strives to improve the quality of life for the vulnerable elderly in Singapore through healthcare, deeper social integration and better living conditions.

Going beyond donations associated with charitable giving, the Foundation also focuses on giving time and attention to its beneficiaries through advocating volunteerism. The strong commitment of volunteers embodies CapitaLand’s mission to care for and contribute to the economic, environmental and social development of communities.

To find out more about CapitaLand Hope Foundation, please visit: www.capitalandhopefoundation.com 




GIC is a leading global investment firm with well over US$100 billion in assets under management. Established in 1981 to secure the financial future of Singapore, the firm manages Singapore’s foreign reserves. A disciplined long-term value investor, GIC is uniquely positioned for investments across a wide range of asset classes, including real estate, private equity, equities and fixed income. GIC has investments in over 40 countries and has been investing in emerging markets for more than two decades. Headquartered in Singapore, GIC employs over 1,500 people across 10 offices in key financial cities worldwide. For more information about GIC, please visit: www.gic.com.sg


Holywell Foundation Limited is the family foundation of Ms Chan Chia Lin and Mr Shang Ying Whang, set up to support the disadvantaged and marginalised in the community primarily in the area of education and health.


HPL Hotels & Resorts is a hospitality management company, operated and wholly owned by Hotel Properties Limited (HPL), a main-board listed company in Singapore. Associated with some of the most prominent brands including Four Seasons, COMO, IHG and Hilton, HPL group own and operate hotels and resorts with strong hospitality names in diversified locations. The properties managed by HPL Hotels & Resorts provide unique experiences and high quality service in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and Maldives.


Mr Kuok Khoon Hong co-founded Wilmar International Limited in 1991 and developed the Group into one of the world's largest agri cos. A Business Administration graduate of the then University of Singapore, Mr Kuok is currently the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Wilmar. He is in charge of the overall management of the Group with a particular focus in new business developments. He has extensive experience in the industry and has been involved in the grains, edible oils and oilseeds businesses since 1973. Mr Kuok has successfully completed many projects involving the establishment of oil palm plantations in Asia and Africa, as well as the processing of grains, edible oils and oilseeds.


The Max Lewis Scholarship Fund was set up by the late Mrs Gracia Diana Margharita Lewis, to honour her late husband, Mr Max Lewis. Mrs Lewis passed away in Singapore on 2 September 1991 at the age of seventy-nine. HSBC Trustee (Singapore) Limited was appointed by the late Mrs Lewis to be the Executor and Trustee of her Will. In 1996, the Max Lewis Scholarship Fund was registered as a charity in Singapore under the Charities Act, 1994.


Mr Choo Chiau Beng was Chief Executive Officer of Keppel Corporation from 1 January 2009 to 31 December 2013. Before that, he was CEO of Keppel FELS from 1983 to 2008 and Chairman & CEO of Keppel Offshore & Marine from 2002 to 2008. He was Executive Director of Keppel Corporation since 1983 and Senior Executive Director since 2005.

Upon his retirement on 1 January 2014, Mr Choo was appointed Senior Advisor to the Board of Keppel Corporation until 31 December 2015. He was the Chairman of M1 Limited from 2015 till 2017.

Mr Choo was the Board Member of National Research Foundation before he became the Chairman of NRF Holdings Pte Ltd. He is also the Chairman of the Board of Governors of Raffles Institution and a member of Board of Trustees of Singapore University of Technology and Design.


About QBE Singapore
Present in Singapore for more than a century, QBE Insurance (Singapore) Pte Ltd, a general insurance and reinsurance company, is the Republic’s oldest registered Australian company.

Established in 1891, QBE Singapore is a trusted provider of specialist expertise and professional insurance services. Our insurance specialists develop leading-edge products that are client-focused, delivering cover tailored to deal with everything from complex risks to more simple and straightforward insurance needs.

QBE Insurance (Singapore) Pte Ltd is a member of the QBE Insurance Group which is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange and headquartered in Sydney.

About QBE Foundation
QBE Foundation was set up in in 2011, its vision is to support charities that help people overcome disadvantage, strengthen their abilities, and live more independently, successfully and productively.


Rose Marie Khoo Foundation was set up by the children of the late philanthropist Tan Sri Khoo Teck Puat in honour of their late mother, Puan Sri Rose Marie Khoo. The Foundation focuses on helping children from disadvantaged backgrounds to achieve better outcomes in life, access to educational opportunities as well as medical, rehabilitative and maintenance support for the ill.


The late Mr Tan Ean Kiam was a rubber magnate and banker. In addition to being the managing director of the Oversea Chinese Bank and later the Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation (OCBC), Mr Tan also contributed extensively to the Chinese communities in Singapore and China. A foundation providing welfare services was subsequently established in his name.

The foundation manages several properties, including shophouses located at Ean Kiam Place in the Katong area. Up to 80 percent of the foundation’s surplus is donated to charities and needy causes. Its beneficiaries include the National Kidney Foundation, Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Thong Chai Medical Institution, Singapore Clan Foundation and the Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship Fund.


The Tan Joo Kee Scholarship Fund is a bursary trust founded by the late Mr Tan Joo Kee. It was registered as a charity under the Singapore Charities Act, Cap 37 in 1991 and has been providing bursaries to students in institutions of tertiary education in Singapore.


Born in China in the 1920s, the late Mr Lim Doa Hin sailed to Singapore as a feisty young man after World War II. With very little to his name, Mr Lim remained undeterred by such unfavourable circumstances and rose to become a successful and reputable Teochew businessman. Despite his achievements, Mr Lim remained humble. He always remembered the need to contribute back to the society, especially to assist exemplary students who require financial assistance in their educational needs.


The teenage Mr Linn In Hua fled Fujian province with his impoverished family for Malaya when the Japanese invaded China. As fate would have it, his formal education was repeatedly disrupted by war and financial hardship and he did not realise his dream of becoming a scientist. Through perseverance, Mr Linn set up a business which flourished. This prompted him to give back to the community as a philanthropist and leader. Education was a cause especially close to his heart.

Established in memory of the late Mr Linn In Hua, the Linn In Hua Endowment Fund will continue to provide annual support for RP students for many years to come.


The late Mr Richard Yih-Show Hua was born in 1918 in China and moved to Hong Kong to build his career. After a successful career in Hong Kong, Mr Hua spent his retirement in Singapore. He passed away on 14 December 1992.

The Richard Hua Education Trust Fund was established under the will of the late Mr Hua, with the primary cause to award bursaries to needy students in Asia. Mr Hua appointed HSBC Trustee (Singapore) Limited to be the executor and trustee of his will and an independent advisory committee was also appointed to advise the trustee on the management of the Trust Fund.

In 1996, the Trust Fund was eventually registered as a charity in Singapore.


The Chan Chiew Ping Fund provides bursaries for students pursuing studies at the Republic Polytechnic. The Chan Chiew Ping Fund comes under the auspices of the Trailblazer Foundation Ltd and is dedicated to the memory of the late Madam Chan Chiew Ping and her spirit of humanity and courage and zeal for life-long learning.

Trailblazer Foundation Ltd is a charity with IPC status.

To find out more about Trailblazer Foundation, please visit: http://www.trailblazerfoundation.org.sg 


Wilmar International Limited, founded in 1991 and headquartered in Singapore, is today Asia’s leading agribusiness group and a firm advocate of sustainable growth. Wilmar is ranked amongst the largest listed companies by market capitalisation on the Singapore Exchange.

Wilmar is engaged in oil palm cultivation, oilseed crushing, edible oils refining, sugar milling and refining, manufacturing of consumer products, specialty fats, oleochemicals, biodiesel and fertilisers as well as flour and rice milling. At the core of its strategy is an integrated agribusiness model that encompasses the entire value chain from cultivation, processing, merchandising to manufacturing of branded agricultural products. It has over 500 manufacturing plants, a multinational workforce of about 90,000 people and an extensive distribution network covering China, India, Indonesia and some 50 other countries.

To find out more about Wilmar International, please visit: https://www.wilmar-international.com/ 


Ms Andress Goh is a Global Co-Head and Investment Manager at Allianz Capital Partners GmbH. Prior to that, she was the Managing Director and Head of Singapore office at Allianz Private Equity Partners GmbH.


Changi Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Changi Airport Group (CAG). Changi Foundation was launched in April 2012 to support and reach out to disadvantaged youths, a social cause that CAG has supported since 2010. Each year, CAG allocates a percentage of its net profit to Changi Foundation to fund programmes and projects.


Hong Leong Foundation, the charity arm of Hong Leong Group was formed in 1980 as the main driver of the Group’s philanthropic initiatives to uphold the philosophy of giving back to the society. Since then, its aim is to create opportunities for Singapore to grow and develop by fostering education, helping the elderly and needy to lead fulfilling, healthy and active lives, as well as supporting the arts and culture.

Over the past 35 years, the Group has been carrying out annual cash giveaways for the needy elderly living in Singapore’s heartland areas. Donations are distributed annually to the needy and the charities supporting various meaningful causes.

To find out more about the Hong Leong Foundation, please visit: https://www.hongleong.com.sg/corporate-citizenship/giving-back/ 


The JL Children Fund was set up with the Community Foundation of Singapore to promote academic excellence as well as to provide learning opportunities, particularly to disadvantaged children and youths or students with financial need.


The Lien Foundation was founded by the late Dr Lien Ying Chow, whose passion for education and commitment to the community continue to guide the Foundation’s work. Orphaned at a young age, Dr Lien did not have the opportunity to receive a formal education. He held a deep concern for poor people who were deprived of the chance of an education and regularly donated a portion of his income to education.

In 1980, Dr Lien contributed almost half of his wealth to set up the Lien Foundation to help the needy and deprived in the society. He had aspirations for our younger generation to strive for a better future for our nation. In many ways, Dr Lien has blazed the trail for the Foundation to follow.

To find out more about the Lien Foundation, please visit: https://www.lienfoundation.org 


Mrs Margaret Chan-Lien is the wife of the late banker, hotelier and philanthropist, Dr Lien Ying Chow. She has set up an endowment fund to provide annual support for students from RP School of Sports, Health and Leisure.


Marina Bay Sands Private Limited is a subsidiary of Las Vegas Sands Corporation, who is Asia’s leading developer of premium integrated resorts and the Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions industry leader in the United States.

Marina Bay Sands Pte Ltd built and operates the Marina Bay integrated resort in Singapore and has over 9,500 team members. Since its opening in 2010 it has clinched over 420 awards in the areas of Restaurants, Event Venues, Engineering, Shopping experience, Resort and Hotel experience and leading employer in the hospitality industry.

They are also committed to adopting best practices in the areas of sustainability for hospitality and supporting social needs through charities and causes including those relating to youth and education.


Mind the Gap 200 Fund is set up to support the disadvantaged and marginalised in the community primarily in the areas of education and health. This fund is managed by the Community Foundation of Singapore.


Mrs. Lucy Yeo strongly believes that together with perseverance, education can open doors for many young deserving students.


Found in 2016, Octava Foundation seeks to provide access to education and opportunities for children and youth to enable them to have sustainable livelihoods, achieve their aspirations, and attain self-efficacy.

To find out more about Octava Foundation, please visit: https://octavafoundation.org 


The late Mr S R Nathan was the sixth president of the Republic of Singapore from 1999 to 2011. In 2011, the S R Nathan Education Upliftment Fund was established in conjunction with the launch of Mr Nathan’s memoir, “An Unexpected Journey – Path to the Presidency”.

The Fund operates as an endowment and is held in perpetuity. It is managed by The Community Foundation of Singapore.


The Santa Monica Fund was set up with the Community Foundation of Singapore with the aim of providing support for the elderly, youth and the financially disadvantaged. The donor believes in giving back to the community and that no students should be denied access to education because of their financial challenges.


With over 40 over years of analytics innovation, SAS is one of the world’s largest privately held software business, with software and solutions utilized by most of the fortune 500 organizations. Known as a trusted analytics powerhouse for organizations seeking immediate value from their data. A deep bench of analytics solutions and broad industry knowledge keep customers coming back and feeling confident. Through innovative software and services, SAS inspires customers around the world to transform data into intelligence, empowers organizations to make more intelligent decisions, fix what isn’t working and drive relevant changes.




The Tan Chin Tuan Foundation was established on 10 April 1976 by the late banker and philanthropist Tan Sri (Dr) Tan Chin Tuan (1908 – 2005) to share the rewards of a highly illustrious career with the society. Tan Sri (Dr) Tan Chin Tuan rendered assistance to the deserving and provided services that helped uplift the less fortunate in the community. Today, the contributions of the foundation reflect the founder’s philosophy of how money should be channelled for social good. The foundation strives to support causes and projects that are viable, sustainable and well-managed with definable social outcomes.

To find out more about the Tan Chin Tuan Foundation, please visit: www.tanchintuan.com 


Mr Tang Weng Fei is a businessman in the oil and energy industry and has made waves in various oil trading companies. In 2000, he left his role as Chief of Crude and Products Trading of Mitsui Oil Asia Pte Ltd and became a serial entrepreneur with several companies to his name, including a natural gas fired power generation business in Myanmar. Mr Tang is also very passionate in sport, having been a national hurdler in his younger days. He has continued to contribute to sport, serving as the President of the Singapore Athletics as well as in various appointments at the regional and international federations for athletics. In addition, Mr Tang is also very supportive of education and have created learning opportunities for students through collaborative projects and philanthropy.


These bursaries have been made possible by a gift from a private individual who believes that everyone should have access to a good education regardless of their financial standing. He hopes that recipients of these bursaries will go on to fully develop their potential, create better lives for their families and contribute meaningfully to society.


WeR1 Consultants is a communications consulting firm with decades of experience in the media and finance industries. The company specialises in Tech PR and Investor Relations, and has done extensive work in high-profile assignments in Crisis Communications and Litigation PR.

To find out more about WeR1 Consultants Pte Ltd, please visit: http://www.wer1.net/ 


The late Mdm Amarjit Kaur w/o Awther Singh grew up in Sarabah village, a stone’s throw from Ludhiana in Punjab, India. Education – which required hiking a few miles between home and school – was never a priority for young ladies of Mdm Amarjit Kaur’s generation and a few years of primary school was all she had. She often told her children, how her family groomed daughters to be wives and mothers but that she preferred to go to school instead of sewing, cooking, and readying her wedding trousseau. For a young woman of her times, Mdm Amarjit Kaur knew the value of educating all children, especially the girls. A woman beyond her time, she married a stranger from Malaysia, moved to Kuala Lumpur, and became conversant in Bahasa Melayu, learned from the environment in which she forged her new life. She had four children – 2 sons, 2 daughters – and ensured all got equal educational opportunities. This donation honours the late Mdm Amarjit Kaur w/o Awther Singh’s egalitarian spirit of education for all.


Established in 1998, ASE Singapore Pte Ltd is a member of Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Inc, the premier leader in semiconductor assembly and testing solutions. ASE Singapore provides advanced IC testing and wafer-level backend assembly services to global semiconductor companies that accelerate innovative developments in 5G/6G wireless, automotive and AI technologies. We believe that the power of technology is driven by human intelligence and creativity. As such, we are dedicated to the education and promotion of future generations to create a positive impact through technology and innovation.


Established in 1999 as a private, nonprofit organization with a gift from Micron Technology, the Micron Foundation has contributed over $100 million to communities where our team members live and work through philanthropy and people. The Foundation and Micron's corporate giving are encompassed by its Micron Gives organization whose grants, programs and volunteers focus on promoting science and engineering education and addressing basic human needs.


Mr Lim Jit Soon is a portfolio manager with the Equities Department of GIC. Mr Lim has over two decades of experience in equities research as an analyst at various firms such as Nomura, Lehman Brothers, Citigroup, UBS and Baring Securities. Prior to joining GIC, he was Head of ASEAN equities research for Nomura Securities based in Singapore from 2008 to 2014. Prior to joining equities research, Mr Lim had stints at investment management and corporate banking at Overseas Union Bank and DBS Bank respectively.

He is currently a portfolio manager with Asia Total Return Group in the Equities Department.


Entrepreneurialism and education were never far from the minds of the late Mr Chua Peng Soon and Mdm Lur Oh Lai. The duo founded and ran Sing Ghee Beancurd Manufacturer while putting their 8 children through school.

Sing Ghee, now one of Singapore’s leading beancurd manufacturers, specializes in manufacturing firm beancurd (tau kwa) using a time-tested family recipe and cutting-edge machinery.

The Chua family was also instrumental in starting local medical distributor Alcare Pharmaceuticals, which supplies a wide range of medical products to healthcare providers throughout Singapore.

To find out more about the two businesses, please visit the websites of Sing Ghee (https://www.singghee.com/) and Alcare (https://alcare.sg/).


Yongle Fund was set up by Mr Thomas Chan with The Community Foundation of Singapore. Mr Chan is the founder and Managing Director of Golden Summit Capital, a private investment firm based in Singapore. He has more than 20 years of experience in Investment Banking and Investment Management. Prior to establishing Golden Summit Capital in 2010, Mr Chan was a Managing Director at global financial services firm Goldman Sachs and had served in several senior roles within the firm. As part of Mr Chan’s philanthropic involvement, he has taken a special interest in the areas of youth development and education. The name of his fund represents “Eternal Happiness 永乐”.


The late Mr Pesi B Davar had a vision to provide for needy members of the society. The businessman bequeathed a sizeable portion of his estate to educational and healthcare causes. The Pesi B Davar Memorial Bursary was set up in memory of Mr Davar, a prominent member of the local Parsee community to ensure that no students would be deprived of an education due to their financial circumstance.

Mr Davar appointed HSBC Trustee (Singapore) as the executor and trustee of his will. In 1984, the Pesi B Davar Memorial Scholarship Fund was registered as a charity in Singapore under the Charities Act 1994.


Mr Richard Seow was the Chairman of RP Board of Governors from 2009 to 2014. Under his leadership, RP sharpened its strategic plans with greater emphasis on industry needs and introduced a graduate profile which aimed to embody the essential characteristics of RP graduates as Professionals, Problem-solvers and Passionate Citizens.

Mr Seow also participated actively in student dialogues and stressed the importance of a polytechnic education as a social leveling opportunity for the students and their families.


The Singtel Group is Asia's leading communications group.

Singtel provides a diverse range of services including fixed, mobile, data, internet, TV, infocomms technology (ICT) and digital solutions.

Headquartered in Singapore, Singtel has 140 years of operating experience and played a pivotal role in the country’s development as a major communications hub.


The Solid Rock Foundation was set up by Nira Tanoko through The Community Foundation of Singapore. Nira is a Private Banker/Team Head with the Indonesian Team at Bank of Singapore. Her heartbeat is for the disadvantaged and for those with limited voice in the society. She believes in equal access to opportunities and would like to do her part through awarding bursaries for the financially disadvantaged students. She hopes that through the bursaries, they will have every opportunity to learn and develop their potential in the school.


For over 40 years, Teleperformance has been connecting customers with the world’s most successful companies. It is the global leader in customer experience outsourcing management and the trusted provider of digitally integrated business services by combining human touch and high technology to deliver extraordinary customer experiences.


The HEAD Foundation is an International Charitable Organisation, registered with the Commissioner of Charities in Singapore.

Established in 2013, The HEAD Foundation aims to help improve the lives of people in Asia by disseminating knowledge and sharing ideas, and by supporting and funding sustainable education and healthcare projects that develop social and human capital. We strive to identify needs and formulate solutions by working with a network of global and regional universities, medical centres, public institutions and domain specialists through the sponsorship of policy, clinical and pedagogical research.


Xilinx develops highly flexible and adaptive processing platforms that enable rapid innovation across a variety of technologies - from the cloud, to the edge, to the endpoint. Xilinx is the inventor of the FPGA and Adaptive SoCs (including our Adaptive Compute Acceleration Platform, or ACAP), designed to deliver the most dynamic computing technology in the industry. We collaborate with our customers to create scalable, differentiated and intelligent solutions that enable the adaptable, intelligent and connected world of the future.