The FMAS Trampoline Fund supports non-profit programmes and initiatives that address the longer-term needs of vulnerable people in Singapore, beyond the current Covid-19 crisis period.
The 2022 GRANT CALL will open from 1 July to 15 August.
The name of this fund was inspired by Senior Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam and we want to provide a trampoline for people to bounce back.
- The COVID-19 pandemic has had a tremendous impact on lives and livelihoods.
- It is imperative that we look ahead to support vulnerable and the disadvantaged in society beyond the crisis.
- The FMAS Trampoline Fund is structured to support initiatives that creates sustainable and lasting change in society to allow the disadvantaged to bounce back and emerge stronger out of this crisis.
Financial Markets Association of Singapore Presents
FMAS Trampoline Charity Golf & Gala Dinner 2022
Unlike GFC 2008 that was hitting mostly on the financial markets, this pandemic is hitting the world across. Each and every one of us has a unique situation and we are doing what we can to navigate our families through. The financial markets community should stand up and act as a stronghold to help the less fortunate amid the upcoming uncertainties.
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This is a famous quote by Robert Swan regarding the environment. The imminent situation is the same for those who have been hit by COVID-19 directly, and indirectly. Started with a coronavirus, it has led to economic, financial and social suffering.
We take no chances in assuming that there is enough help. We are all out to galvanise the financial markets community and help the need with the creation of the FMAS Trampoline Fund.
Overseeing the grant approval process is our distinguished grant committee:
Mr Leng Hoe Lon
Chairperson of FMAS Charity Golf Organising Committee
Ms Eileen Chia
EXCO Member, FMAS
Ms Sabrina Tan
EXCO Member, FMAS
Mr Kenneth Kan
EXCO Member, FMAS and Board Member, The Majurity Trust
Mr Martin Tan
CEO, The Majurity Trust
Who are we raising funds for
In partnership with The Majurity Trust
The FMAS Trampoline Fund complements and strengthens existing funding support to non-profits who are stepping up to address longer-term needs in Singapore that will emerge post-COVID.
We have partnered The Majurity Trust (TMT), an IPC philanthropic organisation to assist FMAS in administering the FMAS Trampoline Fund.
In 2020, TMT’s Singapore Strong Fund (SG Strong Fund) had supported more than 100 charities amid the COVID-19 crisis.About The Majurity Trust >