Guidelines

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1. Eligibility

  1. Applicants must be locally registered societies, companies (50% of the shares owned by Singaporeans or Singapore Permanent Residents) or educational institutions
  2. Eligible applications will be reviewed and evaluated on the following criteria:
    • Conform to nation’s educational and cultural policies;
    • Help to promote the standard of Chinese Language;
    • Help to promote and develop Chinese culture;
    • Presence of creative elements;
    • Cause great impact and benefit a mass group of people

2. Funding

  1. The maximum approved funding amount will be a dollar for a dollar for each project, with up to 50% for manpower costs; 30% for basic infrastructure and hardware acquisitions.
  2. For large scale or long term projects, applicants should submit progress reports and financial reports periodically.  Approved funds will be disbursed to successful applicants upon acceptance of project proposal for implementation or reimbursed based on the actual costs upon completion and submission of all project deliverables, and when all project requirements and objectives have been met.
  3. Proposals submitted must be written in Chinese language.  The forms are downloadable from the website.  Forms to be duly filled in and submitted to the secretariat.

    Secretariat Address:
    c/o Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations
    397, Lorong 2 Toa Payoh 
    Singapore 319639 
    Tel:63544078 Fax:63544095
    Website:http://www.sfcca.sg
    Email:clcf@sfcca.sg

3. Applications should be submitted at least 3 months before commencement of the project.

4. The Fund reserves the right not to disclose the reasons for disapproving an application.

5. The Committee reserves the right to withdraw or suspend the funding in full or in part if any of the terms and conditions are not complied with.

6. The Fund reserves the right to amend the guidelines at any moment.

7. The Management Committee has the final decision on the selection and approval.

When there is a difference between the Chinese version of the guidelines and the English version of the guidelines, the Chinese version of the guidelines shall take precedence.

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