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NTUC First Campus contributes an estimated S$2 million to provide a one-time Child Development Account top-up and to launch an “NTUC First Campus Sponsored NTUC Membership Programme” to give an estimated 4,000 low-income families and their children a good start to the Lunar New Year

● A one-time payout of S$400 will be provided into each eligible child’s Child Development Account (CDA) to provide low-income families with financial support for various child-raising expenses [1]. ● The “NTUC First Campus Sponsored NTUC Membership Programme” will provide…

Read MoreNTUC First Campus contributes an estimated S$2 million to provide a one-time Child Development Account top-up and to launch an “NTUC First Campus Sponsored NTUC Membership Programme” to give an estimated 4,000 low-income families and their children a good start to the Lunar New Year

More than 20,000 children will benefit from the extension of partial fee offset provided by NTUC First Campus’ pre-schools for the extended Circuit Breaker period in May

NTUC First Campus unveils $500,000 “Bright Horizons Fund Care Package for COVID-19” to provide 100% fee offset off the net fees payable, for low-income families who face reduction in household income or loss of job. NTUC First Campus (NFC) had…

Read MoreMore than 20,000 children will benefit from the extension of partial fee offset provided by NTUC First Campus’ pre-schools for the extended Circuit Breaker period in May

An estimated 19,500 children will benefit from partial fee offset provided by NTUC First Campus’ pre-schools to support them through this crucial period

NTUC First Campus (NFC) announced today that all 167 of its pre-schools will support the latest Government announcement on fee offsets, along with other Anchor Operators (AOP). NFC will provide a partial offset of the net fees for the month…

Read MoreAn estimated 19,500 children will benefit from partial fee offset provided by NTUC First Campus’ pre-schools to support them through this crucial period

OCBC Bank and staff contribute S$1 million to kickstart the OCBC-NTUC First Campus Bridging Programme, which will help to make pre-school education free for children from low-income families

Supporting Singapore’s national agenda to make pre-school education more accessible, the five-year programme will fund an average of two years of childcare fees for all eligible new enrolments at My First Skool and offer financial literacy workshops for these families…

Read MoreOCBC Bank and staff contribute S$1 million to kickstart the OCBC-NTUC First Campus Bridging Programme, which will help to make pre-school education free for children from low-income families