AmCham CARES recognizes AmCham member companies in Singapore that have demonstrated a strong understanding of the link between responsible business operations and positive societal impact, and that conduct business in a way that creates both long-term economic and social value for Singapore. The program is a platform to benchmark, and share best practices, as well as encourage member companies to improve their current corporate social responsibility programs.
2019 AmCham CARES Awards Ceremony
We were honored to host Her Excellency Mdm Halimah Yacob, President of Singapore as the guest-of-honor to recognize the 2019 AmCham CARES Awards recipients. The awards ceremony was part of our 46th Annual General Meeting on April 26th. To learn more about the Award Ceremony, please see press coverage here.
The awards submissions survey are tabulated by the AmCham Social Impact Taskforce. In 2019, CSR programs were assessed on four main factors – communications, measurement, strategy, and sustainability. If you would like to explore ways that your company can participate next year, please contact Tabitha Goh.
Objectives of AmCham CARES Award
AmCham CARES is not a competition. It requires companies to meet certain criteria with their pre-existing CSR programs. AmCham CARES is a great way to benchmark, share best practices, and look at ways to improve companies’ current CSR programs. The aims of the AmCham CARES Awards are to:
Raises awareness of CSR and corporate citizenship among AmCham members;
Recognizes firms with best practice programs;
Gathers information about best practices to share with all AmCham members; and
Demonstrates continued AmCham leadership among chambers in Singapore.
2019 AmCham CARES Awards
In 2019, 64 companies were recognized and honored at the AmCham 46th Annual General Meeting on April 26, 2019. The award was presented by Her Excellency Mdm Halimah Yacob, President of the Republic of Singapore. To view the full list of 2019 AmCham CARES recipients and som their CSR stories, click here.
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A platform to benchmark and share best practices, AmCham CARES encourages member companies to improve their current CSR programs. These programs are assessed on four main factors – communications, measurement, strategy, and sustainability.
In recent years, we were honored to host Mdm Halimah Yacob, President of the Republic of Singapore, and Minister Ong Ye Kung, Ministry of Health, as the guests-of-honor to recognize the AmCham CARES Awards recipients during our Annual General Meeting. To date, we have awarded over 200 certificates of recognition to AmCham member companies for their outstanding corporate citizenship.
Charity Partner (2019-2021)
In November 2018, the AmCham Board of Governors chose the South West Community Development Council as our next local charity partner. The South West CDC is known for its efforts to promote environmental sustainability and ownership towards a cleaner and greener home for future generations.
In 2018, AmCham together with SMU, launched the SMU Global Innovation Immersion Award (GIIA). Under this program, AmCham awards up to 6 scholarships annually to SMU students to participate in a summer internship under the Global Innovation Immersion program with a start-up in the San Francisco Bay Area or Boulder, Colorado. Students have the opportunity to participate in a 3-month overseas internship with high-growth innovative American companies, develop future-ready skills and expand their students’ global entrepreneurial network. After returning from their internships, students are invited to form meaningful business connections with AmCham leaders and member companies, and learn from industry leaders. AmCham hopes that this program will develop and groom Singapore’s next generation of business leaders who will continue to build economic ties with the American business community.
AmCham is continually adding to the endowment through honorariums that are given as a token of appreciation for the speakers at our events. These donations are made in their name.
CARE Singapore is passionate about caring for the mental health of young persons and the community around them. In 2019/20, we conducted 1864 therapy sessions for more than 550 students and helped over 1800 persons through our helpline during the circuit breaker.
Our youth work division engages over 1,200 students from 10 – 15 years of age and all support help us run these programmes more effectively.
CARE’s core values spells FIRE. Join us to fan these flames of love and spread warmth to those who need it.
Our mission: Helping youths succeed!
Hotline: 1800 210 2600
Interested businesses may contact Jessica Yeo, Relations & Engagement at
- Adults with disabilities
- Children with special needs and youth-at-risk
- Families in need
- Persons with mental health conditions
- Vulnerable seniors
Our programmes range from participating in charity masterclasses and 1-day workshops to 12-month peer-to-peer mentoring projects, all organized and facilitated by our in-house project managers.
If your organization wants to engage in CSR with real depth and impact that doesn't drain your in-house resources, you can learn more and get in touch below.
United Women Singapore has an Institution of Public Character (IPC) status and all donors are able to claim tax relief from their assessable income based on the amount donated, at prevailing deduction rate.
United Women Singapore, including its affiliates, directors, employees or agents are not affiliated to, authorized representatives of, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected to UN Women and/or the United Nations.
Established in 2016, VisionSave was conceptualised to aid us in our quest to improve the lives of our patients. Its goal is to save sight and transform the lives of patients.
Funds received will go towards supporting five core areas that drive our efforts to innovate and translate medicine in the most impactful manner, ensuring cost-effective and optimal outcomes for every patient.
For enquiries, please contact :
The VisionSave team
Tel : 63224541 / 63224505
- Provide financial assistance for needy patients with sight-threatening diseases
- Nurture future leaders in eye care through scholarships and training
- Drive awareness through public education and community outreach
- Support research and innovation to better diagnose and treat eye diseases
VIVA works with leading researchers and healthcare professionals, supported by multisectoral partners and donors, to effect systemic change to raise cure rates so that every child has a greater chance to live.
VIVA continues on its trajectory of enabling systemic change, and the next frontier is through the VIVA Hub for Integrative Care at Level 3 of the Novena Specialist Center. We intend to promote multi-pronged care, data collection and research for greater understanding of childhood cancer survivorship, as well as training in cutting-edge advanced cell and gene therapy.
We are a secular, non-racial, non-religious, non-partisan and non-affiliated charity serving all in need across Singapore.
We delivers more than 10,000 free meals 7 days a week across Singapore.. Beneficiaries includes elderly (many living alone), chronically sick people, low-income families (many living in rental flats), broken families (divorced, crime, drug, gambling, alcohol issues). During this CORVID 19 pandemic, we also serve some migrant workers, stranded students, homeless persons and persons whose income has been affected by pandemic situation.
Willing Hearts mission is “Citizens helping fellow citizens” principle. Therefore, for sustainability, we depend on 2 main pillars, namely volunteers and public donations.
Willing Hearts is managed by a committee of 7 volunteers, assisted by a pool of regulars’ volunteers and through the encouragement of volunteerism by the Government, tens of thousands of volunteers from all walks of lives putting their hands in.