Skool4Kidz Care Fund also known as Skool4Kidz Corporate Social Responsibility Fund (CSR) is an initiative to provide financial support to our littles ones and as well as to give back to the community.

Skool4Kidz Care Fund actively exhibit community outreach support towards the noble cause of showing care and concern and to develop the children in our care holistically. We focus on social, emotional and developmental aspects of child development in our community outreach.

This is aligned to Skool4Kidz’s Mission to Work with families and communities to give every child a successful early start in life through quality early care & education to prepare them for lifelong success.

Through the years, we partnered with established charity organisations including: AWWA, Children’s Cancer Foundation, Singapore Children’s Society, Willing Hearts etc, to raise funds and create awareness in support of the conditions these children are facing.

We help needy preschoolers with financial assistance to ensure no children is left behind!

Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) Mr. Lawrence Wong and Senior Minister of State (SMS) Mr. Zaqy Mohamad visited Skool4Kidz Preschool @ Marsiling Drive on 3rd August morning. This is in support of the fund-raising effort of our Skool4Kidz Care Fund’s Little Giving Artists initiative in conjunction with National Day 2023.

This National Day 2022, Skool4Kidz Preschoolers continue their annual community outreach efforts to benefit other children with developmental needs. We are honoured to have Minister Ong Ye Kung, Ministry of Health and Adviser to Sembawang Grassroots Organisations, join our little ones in this charity drive. Held at our Preschool in Sembawang East Crown, the event also commemorates Singapore’s National Day celebrations.

Minister of State (MOS) Sun Xueling conducted a book reading to our preschoolers at our Preschool @ Punggol Waterway Cascadia on 7 Jul 2022. The activity commemorates Skool4Kidz Care Fund book donation in support of her children’s picture book, What Ants Do On Rainy Days, to needy preschoolers. Streamed via Facebook Live, our parents joined in too.

This year, Skool4Kidz Care Fund purchased a few hundred copies of ‘The Reading Tree’ by local veteran author, Dr Khoo Kim Choo. She is a pioneer with 37 years in the Early Childhood industry. The books are placed at all of our centres’ Reading Corners to encourage the love of reading among our preschoolers.

More than $80,000 has been collectively donated by Skool4Kidz Preschool’s Outreach Arm (Skool4Kidz Care Fund), our children and parents across Singapore in support of CCF since 2016.

Several thousands boxes of Made-in-Singapore disposable child masks from Infant up to Kindergarten 2 brings year-end cheer.

In this community outreach initiative, the Kindergarten 1 and 2 children from our In-Centre Art Enrichment Programme showcase their creativity through hand-painted art pieces. They donate these for a charity online art gallery via a fund-raising auction to help below-means preschoolers through AWWA EIC.

The Skool4Kidz Care Fund collaborated with Crestar Learning Centre (CLC) and the community in a meaningful inter-generational give-back outreach project named “Little Giving Artists’ and our preschoolers joined in!

As part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) outreach, the Skool4Kidz Care Fund sponsored a set of English reading books each for 800 preschoolers under the Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA) KidSTART programme.

In light of the pandemic, Skool4Kidz Care Fund was used to distributed 7000 reusable masks for free to ensure the wellbeing of our children, parents, teachers and our community.

To promote awareness and support children with cancer, Skool4Kidz has partnered the Children’s Cancer Foundation (CCF) to raise funds for victims of childhood cancer and their families.

Skool4Kidz Campus @ Sengkang Riverside Park (SKC) has partnered social organisation AWWA in a Start Small Dream Big (SSDB) project to give back to the community.

Subsidised Enrichment Programme for Skool4Kidz Children

A full-subsidised Enrichment Programme is provided for our children from lower-income families using our Care Fund to support this meaningful course as we believe to give every child a successful early start in life.