Community Development Fund
School Community Development Fund
** Community Partners will include Indian organisations, Religious organisations and grassroots organisations
The CDA/ SCDA grant will make available up to $500/- for schools and community partner to tap on.
The CDA/ SCDA grant is a deficit funding scheme as such financial commitment is expected from the applicant prior to applications and all applications have to have detailed budgets enclosed.
Upon submission of all documents, applications will be subject to an approval exercise after which, if the application is approved, a cheque will be mailed to the applicants with the approved reimbursement.
A standard application form consisting of programme details, budget details and payment details will be emailed to the applicant upon an email request to SINDA.
All application forms will be enclosed with a detailed checklist of mandatory documents that need to be submitted.
Applicants are requested to refer to this document checklist when submitting the application forms.
The SINDA Alumni Network creates a platform for those who have benefitted from SINDA’s programmes and services, to contribute back to the community through their expertise, resources and networks. Though this, SINDA hopes to bring together like-minded individuals in the community in a spirit of altruism and empathy and provide them with a common platform to understand and serve the needs of fellow Indians.
Members of this network will be invited to:
– Focus Group Discussions
– Monthly meet-up sessions (based on interest, skills and recreational e.g. movie nights, wellness talks)
– Membership Benefits
Former students and teachers who have been part of SINDA programmes and services (STEP, Project Teach, Project Victory, Saadhana, Project Vidya)
SINDA’s Door Knocking Exercise was initiated by Senior Minister of State and SINDA President, Ms Indranee Rajah. The project provides SINDA with a platform to connect with and engage heartlanders, better understand their needs and connect them to the appropriate solutions. This aligns with SINDA’s objective of bettering the Indian community, through providing the right programmes and support, to the right target audiences.
This programme is volunteer-driven and is an extensive collaboration between SINDA and grassroots and community partners.
Organisations and individuals who are keen to partner SINDA in this effort can contact: