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The Ngee Ann Kongsi, a philanthropic foundation, contributed $9.53 million to Ngee Ann Polytechnic in November 2015. The Kongsi's contribution will be used to support local and overseas student development programmes, and nurture student entrepreneurship.

We would also like to thank the following individuals and organisations for their donations of bursaries, scholarships and student aid grants.

  • Agency for Science, Technology and Research

  • Centre for Strategic Infocomm Technologies

  • Chio Lim & Associates

  • Crimsonlogic Pte Ltd

  • Dr Seow Onn Choong

  • Dr Tan Eng Liang

  • Early Childhood Development Agency

  • Hong Leong Foundation

  • Jurong International Holdings Pte Ltd

  • Keppel Land Ltd

  • Lee Foundation

  • Lien Foundation

  • Lin Jo Yan Scholarship Fund Management Committee

  • Management Development Institute of Singapore

  • Ministry of Education

  • Ministry of Social and Family Development

  • Motorola Solutions Foundation

  • Mr Albert Tan Tiong Heng

  • Mr Choo Chiau Beng

  • Mr Koh Eng Pin

  • Mr Lee Nam Kwang

  • Mr Loke Yuen Piew

  • Mr Wang Long

  • Mrs Sharon Tay

  • Ms Yu Chuan Teh

  • Multiplex Control & Engineering Services Pte Ltd

  • Ngee Ann Polytechnic Consumer Cooperative Society Limited

  • Ngee Ann Polytechnic Students' Union

  • NTUC First Campus Pte Ltd

  • PAP Community Foundation

  • Pesi B Davar Memorial Fund

  • Professor Ho Yew Kee

  • Public Utilities Board

  • Richard Lee Memorial Fund

  • Roche Singapore Technical Operations

  • SAA Global Education Centre Pte Ltd

  • SATA CommHealth

  • Singapore Buddhist Lodge

  • Tan Chin Tuan Foundation

  • Teckwah Logistics Pte Ltd

  • The Copyright Licensing & Administration Society of Singapore

  • The Estate of Dr Phay Seng Whatt

  • The Kuok Foundation

  • The Late Mr KC Lee

  • The Late Mr Tan Joo Kee

  • The Late Mr Ted De Ponti

  • The Late Ms Elizabeth Chew Gaik Imm

  • The Late Ms Renee Chew Bee Neo

  • The Liu Yin Soon Trust Fund

  • The Shaw Foundation Pte Ltd

  • The Wan Boo Sow Family

  • Toh Kian Chui Foundation

  • Wee Hoe Cheng Chemicals Pte Ltd

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The Ngee Ann Polytechnic Fund (NP Fund) was established on 1 April 2003 as a member of the Education Central Fund of the Ministry of Education. Under this membership, the Fund is allowed to issue tax deductible receipts to donors. Donations received by the Ngee Ann Polytechnic are channelled to the Fund.

Objectives of the Fund

The objectives of the Fund are as follows:

  • to receive gifts and donations for the advancement of education, including those that are for the setting up of Endowment Funds, the principal amounts of which will not be used;

  • to provide financial assistance through bursaries and grants to enable needy and deserving students to pursue their studies at the Polytechnic;

  • to recognise the achievements of outstanding Polytechnic students and graduates through award of scholarships and prizes;

  • to encourage research and development and to provide for staff development so as to keep abreast of changing technologies in industry and commerce;

  • to provide funds for the welfare and other social/educational activities of the students and staff of the Polytechnic;

  • to promote Ngee Ann Polytechnic as a tertiary institution and a centre for polytechnic education in Singapore; and

  • to provide for the construction and improvement to the buildings and facilities of Ngee Ann Polytechnic.

Programmes and Activities

During the year, the key programmes and activities include the following:

  • disbursement of scholarships, bursaries, grants and awards;

  • support of student development programmes (The Christieara Programme^) and the provision of shuttle bus services; and

  • co-funding of collaborative projects with philanthropic organisations such as the Temasek Foundation and the Lien Foundation to support social causes.

Conflict of Interest Policy

The Management Committee of the Fund and key management personnel of the Polytechnic make yearly confirmation on related party transactions. For transactions where they are in a position of conflict of interests, they will declare their interests and abstain from any decision making.

Note: ^ The Christieara Programme is NP’s talent development programme designed to stretch the development and growth of high-performing students. The programme offer students the opportunity to attend workshops, camps, dialogues and overseas trips. Over the years, students have found the programmes to be highly beneficial in preparing them for their future careers and university progression. The Programme is co-funded by MOE’s Recurrent Grant.

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