FairPrice Foundation
 
 
 

NTUC FairPrice Foundation is a registered charity set up by NTUC FairPrice. It was launched in March 2008, with a pledge of $50 million over 10 years from NTUC FairPrice, and a mission to provide “A Better Life for the Community”.

 

Corporate philanthropy is very much a part of NTUC FairPrice’s DNA. Over the years, it has played a key role in moderating the cost of living for the average Singaporean. With the launch of the Foundation, FairPrice is now one step closer to its vision to be a world-class retailer with a heart.

 

With the Foundation in place, FairPrice is now better organised for corporate giving and is in a better position to support and contribute to causes that are aligned to their social mission in a systematic and sustained manner. The foundation also serves as an institutional tribute to FairPrice’s commitment to serve, care and share with the community at large.

 

Here are the three strategic thrusts that we focus on:

 
 

NTUC FairPrice Foundation donates specially-equipped vans to NTUC Eldercare to cope with rising numbers of elderly in need of care support

NTUC FairPrice Foundation donates specially-equipped vans to NTUC Eldercare to cope with rising numbers of elderly in need of care support
(25 June 2014)

NTUC FairPrice Foundation announced a donation of two vans to NTUC Eldercare to help support transportation services for the elderly... More

FairPrice Foundation Supports Singapore's Top Netballers

NTUC FairPrice and FairPrice Foundation makes its largest contribution to sport with S$5 million to the 28th SEA Games
(24 June 2014)

NTUC FairPrice and NTUC FairPrice Foundation has pledged S$5 million to the 28th SEA Games in support of the region’s most prestigious multi-sport event.... More

NTUC FairPrice Foundation $1 million donation goes towards improving lives of beneficiaries under the ComCare Long Term Assistance

FairPrice Foundation continues to support the Pupil Breakfast Scheme
(24 May 2014)

For the past few years, Loving Heart Multi Service Centre (Jurong) has been raising funds to provide breakfast to primary and secondary students under the Pupil Breakfast Scheme. More