DBS Foundation Social Enterprise Grant Programme 2017 – Call for Proposals


Do you have an innovation that safeguards the future?
Innovation sets the future apart from the present. Now into its third year, the DBS Foundation Social Enterprise Grant Programme is back to catalyse the entrepreneurial spirit of innovation for a better tomorrow.

Over the last two years, 23 innovative social enterprises that address social problems with future-forward solutions have been provided with holistic support including access to DBS networks and mentors, in addition to grant funding.

DBS Foundation grants are designed to meet the critical needs of high-potential social enterprises at each stage of enterprise growth.

Prototype Grant
Up to SGD50,000

For newly set up social enterprises with innovative and scalable ideas that address relevant social problems and have a prototype to develop.

Organisational Grant
Up to SGD250,000

For social enterprises which have been operating for at least 2 years and need a boost to build organisation capacity, innovation capability, and/or expand social impact.

Safeguard Asia’s future. Grant applications are now open for registered social enterprises in China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Singapore and Taiwan.
If you have a clear and realistic innovation for a better tomorrow for Asia, please click here for more details and to access the application form. Applications close 31st August 2017 2359hrs (Singapore time).

More questions? Write to us at dbsfoundation@dbs.com

DBS Foundation Grant Programme does not fund charities, NGOs, event sponsorships, general fund-raising drives and individual pursuits.

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