To fulfill its responsibility as a good corporate citizen, Singapore Re contributes to various charitable causes, including but not limited to the areas of Arts and Insurance Education*.
* China Insurance Institute – Donated RMB 100,000.00 to Insurance Society of China in 2001 as training funds.
* Shanghai Finance College – Donated RMB 250,000.00 to Shanghai Finance College in 1998 for their scholarship funds.
Contribution to the Arts
Singapore Re made cash donations jointly with India International Insurance Pte Ltd to the National Heritage Board to facilitate the acquisition of object d'arts of Indian origin that are exhibited at the Asian Civilisations Museum located at Empress Place.
Contribution to Insurance Education
Singapore Re also plays its part to help nurture future insurance professionals by donating an endowment fund which is used to award Book Prizes to tertiary students of insurance related subjects at the Nanyang Technological University, the Shanghai Finance College and China Insurance Institute. In addition, the company has contributed to the Singapore College of Insurance Building Fund, as well as the S R Nathan Education Upliftment Fund for under-privileged students.
Contribution to Other Charitable Causes
To help the less privileged members of society, over the years, Singapore Re has donated to various other charities, including the Silver Jubilee Fund under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth, Singapore Cancer Society and Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund.
To commemorate Singapore’s 50 years of independence, Singapore Re has contributed a cash sum to the charity drive jointly organised by various insurance industry associations as part of the SG50 Celebrations . The collected funds are to be donated to seven charitable organisations that provide healthcare, welfare and education services to the less fortunate within our community. In addition, Singapore Re has donated a sum of S$50,000 to the SingHealth Foundation in support of the financially disadvantaged patients in the community.