Organisations Of Good

Bridging Profit and Purpose

Organisations that integrate corporate purpose as part of business are resolute in producing profitable solutions to the problems of people and planet, and not to profit from producing problems for people or planet.

When organisations put purpose first, they enable and empower people in the communities where they operate, resulting in happier customers, a more motivated workforce and sustainable organisations with lasting legacies.

Let’s make goodness the business of every organisation, and pave the way towards a better future together—becoming the City of Good.

Meet the Organisations of Good

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Adriana Lim Escano is the founder and CEO of Abry. Through the Company of Good, she discovered ways to institutionalise goodness into her business, such as through hiring and procurement policies.

Partnerships bring impact. United by their belief in sustainable living, Unilever Food Solutions partnered social enterprise The Social Kitchen to bring plant-based brand The Vegetarian Butcher to Singapore.

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We would like to thank our City of Good venue and media partners: Cathay, Dream Academy, Mediacorp, *SCAPE Singapore, Singapore Pools, Suntec City

Company of Good

Company of Good connects organisations with a community of like-minded corporate givers to build capabilities in integrating doing good with business strategy and goals. Organisations can sign up for initiatives such as the Company of Good Fellowship and Champions of Good, a national platform recognising leadership and partnerships in doing good for the community.

Heartland Pays It Forward

Heartland Pays It Forward is a national movement that enables people in Singapore to pay it forward at participating heartland hawker centres, by enabling beneficiaries of the initiative to redeem meals.

Together, Singapore Cares

This year we would like to invite you to be part of “Together, Singapore Cares”, an SG Cares Movement supported initiative, as part of National Day celebrations, to champion the Singapore Spirit of doing good in the community. This initiative is a joint-collaboration that includes the SG Cares Office, the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre, the National Council of Social Service and many other corporate and community partners.

Business and IPC Partnership Scheme (BIPS)

Businesses play a big role in building a City of Good. As part of the national SG Cares movement to build a more caring and inclusive home, it is now easier for businesses to give back to society through volunteerism and partnerships with the community with the improved Business and IPC Partnership Scheme (BIPS). Through BIPS, businesses can enjoy a 250% tax deduction on qualifying expenditure when their employees volunteer and provide services for IPCs.

Visit IRAS for more information on tax-related queries.
If you have further queries, please email us at [email protected]

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Community Series #3: Panel Dialogue on Responsible Food

This resource is developed as part of resources for the Company of Good, an initiative by the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre (NVPC). We would like to acknowledge and thank all parties involved for their contribution. To use or distribute this resource, please email [email protected].

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Champions of Good 2018 highlights (EN)

On 16 November 2018, the Company of Good recognised 60 Champions of Good for their commitment to exemplary corporate giving, and for their work in amplifying their efforts through stakeholders and other partners. These Champions are leading the way, shaping the future of giving - it's not about marching alone, but about joining hands for a brighter future.

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Company of Good Community Series

Host. Learn. Collaborate.

The Community Series comprises learning sessions hosted by organisations to share experiences and exchange ideas on corporate giving and other specific topic areas. This is a by the community, for the community initiative for Company of Good members to host, learn and collaborate with one another.

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Company Of Good Fellowship: MINDSET, Jardine Matheson Group Of Companies

Colyn Chua, Programme Manager at MINDSET Care Ltd, on her corporate giving journey and her fight against the stigma of mental health issues. With initiatives like Mindset Café, art exhibitions with paintings from their clients and many more projects, the Fellowship has not only provided the knowledge and skills needed to boost her corporate giving, but also provided a network of like-minded corporate giving practitioners who support her along the way.

Be Inspired By Organisations Doing Good

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Creating a Healthy Workplace: Promoting Employee Mental Health in Singapore

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Supporting local: Can big companies help smaller, local businesses in Singapore?

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What Makes a Purposeful Business?

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Corporate Fundraising on Giving.sg: Maybank

Corporate fundraising brings many benefits to both the corporate organisation and the charity. The companies can engage its staff, customers and other stakeholders to create …

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Levelling the Playing Field: How Can Your Organisation Support the Education of Children & Youth at Risk?

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Why Supporting the Arts Is Good for Business

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Second Chances: When Former Addicts become Community Volunteers

Volunteers mopping, refurbishing and organising homes once faced the same plight as those they now help: mired in issues of gambling, narcotics and debt. As …

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Funding the Future of our Environment

While 2020 began with a promising focus on environmental conservation, Covid-19 halted key activities of groups committed to fundraising and conducting research work overseas. For …