Singapore Pools actively engages our corporate friends in the public and private sectors to do meaningful fundraising work for the community. Since 2007, a total of more than $6.1 million has been raised through the “With-A-Heart” fundraising series and other projects.

Football With A Heart 2016

Into its fourth edition, FWAH demonstrates the power of bringing people together in service of meaningful causes. FWAH 2016 raised over $500,000 with strong support from 42 corporate donors on 21 May 2016.

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Football With A Heart 2015

Into its third run, the FWAH 2015 Tournament took place on 31 January 2015. With 57 participating teams, FWAH 2015 became the largest corporate football charity event in Singapore.

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River With A Heart 2014

River With A Heart (RWAH), a novel river-cruise-cum-dinner charity event, raised a total of $408,000 for six beneficiaries. It received the Community Chest Special Events Gold Award in 2015 for its contribution. This award recognises organisations or individuals who have raised substantial amounts for the Community Chest through fund-raising events.

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Breakfast With A Heart 2013

More than 200 corporate and individual donors raised over $170,000 for the S R Nathan Education Upliftment Fund in aid of children from low-income families.

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Football With A Heart 2013

The second FWAH brought together 40 corporate teams and raised $567,000 for nine beneficiaries. Team OCBC emerged as champions for this charity football tournament.

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Football With A Heart 2012

FWAH rallied 28 corporate teams and raised $350,000 for nine charities.

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Lunch With A Heart 2012

With Tote Board matching donations dollar-for-dollar, the event raised a total of $30,000 for the Samaritans of Singapore (SOS). 

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Golf With A Heart 2011

120 golfers from the government, business, unions and grassroot communities got together and raised more than $500,000 for nine worthy causes.

 

Fashion With A Heart 2011

A total of $340,000 was presented to six charities at this unique fashion-theme charity fundraiser. Another $90,000 was presented to the Community Chest – a result of our members donating their 2010 World Cup account balances.