On June 2 2016, the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre officially launched the Company of Good programme.

The Company of Good Programme is part of the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre’s (NVPC) vision to drive corporate giving in Singapore and make goodness the business of every organisation. It helps convert non-givers into givers and encourage companies that already give to become multipliers and leaders of good.

The programme is in partnership with the Singapore Business Federation Foundation (SBFF) and supported by the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY).

Ms Grace Fu, Minister for MCCY, celebrated the launch with more than 200 Company of Good programme partners, founding members, business leaders and corporate givers from various industries.

We relive some of our favourites moment at the launch.

Photo credit: MCCY
Ms Grace Fu, Minister for MCCY signing the Company of Good wall in support of the programme launch.
Ms Melissa Kwee, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of NVPC sharing insights on Singapore’s corporate giving landscape.
“IBM wants to leverage on the technology and talent in a conscious way to give back,” said Ms Annie Choy (centre), Managing Director of IBM Singapore who shared her thoughts on integrated and impactful corporate giving.
(From left) Ms Melissa Kwee, CEO of NVPC, Mr Eugene Seow, Vice Chairman of NVPC, Mrs Mildred Tan, Chairman of NVPC, Ms Grace Fu, Minister for MCCY, Ms Sim Ann, Senior Minister of State for MCCY and the Ministry of Finance, Mr Teo Siong Seng, Chairman of SBF and Ms Lee Sze Yeng, Board Member of SBF Foundation giving their thumbs up for the Company of Good programme. 

Lastly, a huge thank you to our partners for their unwavering support: