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Another initiative was to engage the staff in sustainability- related activities. On 21 September 2019, SIF joined over 20 million people in 180 countries and territories all over the world, to clean up together on the same day. Through this hands-on experience, the 80 staff volunteers who participated realized how much effort is required to keep Singapore; Clean and Green; and the urgent need to reduce the amount of trash we generate each day.

* 80 staff volunteers at East Coast Parkway doing our part for the environment

We managed to clean up, collect and audit 60.5kg of trash in about 2 hours.

Among the items recorded, cigarette butts, food wrappers and foam pieces ranked as top 3 types of trash collected. But the team was heartened by an extra meaningful find – a baby turtle that was entangled with seaweed and string, which we managed to rescue and set free.
Baby turtle found here and was rescued and set free


As a Finance Company, serving the needs of others is essentially our business. Therefore, people are always at the heart of what we do. We believe in building strong bonds not only with our customers, but among our staff and the community at large. This year, SIF chose to focus our CSR efforts on the elderly and children at risk.


On 14 Feb 2019, SIF supported our long time charity partner – Red Star Restaurant Pte Ltd in hosting about 200 elderly folks to a sumptuous CNY lunch. These seniors were mostly living alone or from various Old Folks Homes. They enjoyed themselves and were entertained by famous local and foreign Getai singers. After the meal, SIF, along with other sponsors, distributed red packets to all the elders, wishing them good health and happiness.


To encourage staff to reuse and recycle more, a Charity Flea Market was organized within the Company. Staff contributed generously – many donated their pre-loved items, some spent weeks knitting items for sale, while others made purchases both on site as well as online during this half day event. A total of $6,000.00 was raised and all proceeds went to the Chen Su Lan Methodist Children’s Home, to help defray the cost of providing a safe haven for the at-risk children in their care.


SIF donated another $28,000.00 to various charities, of which $20,000.00 went to Ren Ci Hospital, a non-profit voluntary welfare organisation (VWO) dedicated to provide affordable medical, nursing and rehabilitative care services to the elderly community. With this contribution, we hope it would enable the less fortunate seniors to continue receiving good quality healthcare services.

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