Do you have a great idea or project that aims to resolve a social challenge in Singapore? Consider the SitC grant to make that happen.
About Service in the City (SiTC)
Service in the City (SitC) supports students who are keen to resolve contemporary social issues and challenges in Singapore through seed funding. SitC grants are intended for student initiatives with a focus on service and social impact that run over a semester (e.g. 6 months) or longer. Students interested in engaging with similar issues for a shorter period over the summer break should consider the Social Impact Fellowship.
Many great ideas start with the first step. Regardless of where you are in your ideation process, speak with the CIPE advisor to scope your project, ascertain grant eligibility or goodness-of-fit.
Complete the Idea Introduction Form, and the CIPE advisor will be in touch. SitC applications are accepted all year-long.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
1. Getting started
Read this website to familiarise yourself with the details about Service in the City grant.
Complete and submit the Idea Introduction Form to share a little more about your project.
You will be contacted within 2 weeks of submitting this form.
2. Project development
Once you have met with the CIPE advisor and are ready to move forward with a proposal, complete and submit the following documents to email@example.com :
More information on the evaluation criteria can be accessed here.
3. Project proposal review
Upon acceptance, review and revise your proposal.
4. Commence project
Continue to work on your project with close communication with the CIPE advisor. Submit regular reflections throughout the duration of the project.
5. Wrapping up
Submit a write-up upon completion of your project. Undertake a final evaluation. Request for partner feedback. Meet with the CIPE advisor for a final debrief. Present your work at upcoming Social Impact panels or events.