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Give to Singapore charities

Give2Asia makes it easy to support a charity in Singapore. Make a gift to benefit your favorite nonprofit or one of our trusted partners.

How to give to Singapore

Give2Asia’s mission is to strengthen communities by making cross-border giving easier and more effective.

Make a donor-advised gift

Support your favorite charity in Singapore safely and legally.

Establish a Friends Fund

Enable a charity in Singapore to accept international donations.

Create a request or Legacy Fund

Ensure that a cause or community in Singapore is cared for in perpetuity.

Why work with Give2Asia

Give2Asia is US-based 501(c)(3) public charity with affiliates in Australia and Hong Kong SAR PRC. Donations from those locations may qualify as a charitable contribution. Learn more.

Benefits for Donors

  • Multiple giving methods
  • Tax benefit eligibility
  • Donor support team
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Benefits for Corporations

  • In-country expertise
  • Industry-leading due diligence
  • Compliance and risk mitigation
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Benefits for Charities

  • Secure online giving
  • Employee giving opportunities
  • No overseas registration
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Local knowledge counts

Give2Asia’s in-country experts provide local knowledge and oversight to help ensure donations will have the desired impact.

Jared Tham

Philanthropy Advisor

Jared Tham collaborates with Asia-based corporate donors for Give2Asia. As a partnerships specialist, he has worked with intermediaries in the non-profit sector, such as the Lien Centre for Social Innovation and the Community Foundation of Singapore, to create partnerships for social impact.
Jared holds a Master of Tri-Sector Collaboration from SMU as well as a Bachelor of Communication Studies from Nanyang Technological University. In his spare time, he reads broadly, goes for hillside runs, and plays the djembe.

Ly Tran

Partnerships Advisor

Ly Tran manages the relationship with one of Give2Asia’s biggest donors with philanthropic footprint across 10 countries in Asia Pacific. An anthropologist by training, Ly had worked extensively in international development. Ly started her career serving indigenous Quechua communities in Peru. She then worked for a number of United Nations organizations (UNICEF, UNESCO, FAO, ILO) and international NGOs for over a decade. In 2008, she co-founded ThreeTrees, a volunteer network that supported children with disabilities in Vietnam. Ly holds an MA in Public Policy and International Development from the Netherlands and Spain.

Qistina Kamarudin

Country Advisor

Qistina has extensive experience working across multiple sectors including government, consultancies and think tanks on issues related to international development, such as social movements in Malaysia and Thailand, Malaysia’s Role in South-South Cooperation, indicators for measuring women’s economic empowerment. She previously worked on an ASEAN youth initiative that involved regional workshops and summits in Southeast Asia, harnessing her skills in project management, intercultural relations, and public outreach. Qistina has experience in managing grants and regional programs on digital literacy, youth empowerment and women leadership. She recently obtained her Master's Degree from the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.

Our collective impact in Singapore

Since 2001, Give2Asia has delivered more than US$465 million in grants to charities across 23 countries. Here is a snapshot of our work in Singapore.



Dollars Granted


Case studies and updates

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Report: Unlocking Cross-border Philanthropy in Asia

Our new report assesses the barriers and opportunities for international giving across 15 markets based on extensive interviews with donors, intermediaries, and nonprofits.

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COVID-19 Asia-Pacific News Roundup (July 2020)

With the COVID-19 pandemic still growing in many parts of the world, each country faces different challenges brought on by the virus, ranging from healthcare to poverty to food insecurity.

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