Our Contributions



Former Pei Hwa students gather for a photograph. They are the recipients of the Pei Hwa Alumni Scholarship. The scholarship was inaugurated in 2013.

Pei Hwa Secondary School

Since the school’s inception, Pei Hwa Foundation has pledged to support Pei Hwa Secondary School’s educational programmes. As a result, the school is able to offer the Pei Hwa Scholarship to students who excel in their co-curricular activities as well as outstanding Secondary One students and graduates of the school. In 2013, the Pei Hwa Foundation Scholaships, ranging from $1,000 to $4,000, was established. This scholarship is for Pei Hwa Alumni Youth Wing members who perform well in their institutes of higher learning.

"Thank you Pei Hwa Foundation for the strong support in the Primary School Chinese Play Competition. We look forward to your continued support such that the competition will continue to nurture young talented passionate youth and drive the development of the local drama scene."

Mr Sun Jian Guang, Chinese teacher of Chun Cheng High (Yishun)

Chung Cheng High School (Yishun)

The Primary School Chinese Play Competition, first organised by Jurong Secondary, and subsequently by Chung Cheng High School (Yishun) for eight consecutive years since 2007, is solely sponsored by Pei Hwa Foundation. The objective of the competition is to promote Chinese Language and culture, and to achieve educational outcomes through the use of the dynamic and creative form of drama.



Holy Innocents' Primary School students performing a Chinese play during the National Primary School Chinese Play Competition in 2013



The Library in Anglo Chinese Secondary School (Barker Road), named after Pei Hwa Foundation

Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road)

In 2002, Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) redeveloped its campus to provide world-class study environment for their 3,000 secondary school students. Pei Hwa Foundation contributed to the cause through a donation in 2001. the school’s library was subsequently named after the Foundation.

Pei Hwa Foundation Bursary at Singapore Institute of Technology

In 2019, Pei Hwa Foundation Bursary was established to support financially disadvantaged but deserving students who are enrolled in undergraduate degree programmes offered by the Singapore Institute of Technology. The Foundation’s contribution in 2019 has made it possible for three Bursaries (valued at $5,000 each) to be awarded annually and in perpetuity, empowering students to unlock their true potential through their education at SIT.


Pei Hwa Foundation Bursary AY 2019/20 Recipient

Ms Tan Jie Fang (bottom left in photo, together with her fellow SIT students)

"Dear Pei Hwa Foundation,
Thank you for giving me this opportunity to pursue my dream. By awarding me with this Bursary, you have lightened my financial burden which allows me to focus more on school. I hope one day I will be able to help students to achieve their goals just as you have helped me."

Ms Tan Jie Fang, Bachelor of Science with Honours in Nursing

Pei Hwa Foundation Bursary AY 2019/20 Recipient

Mr Liow Chan Sing (left in photo, together with his family)

"Dear Pei Hwa Foundation,
Thank you for choosing me as a Bursary recipient. It means so much to me as it will help me focus on excelling in my studies without thinking so much about study expenses! Once again, thank you!"

Mr Liow Chan Sing, Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering (Land)

Pei Hwa Foundation Bursary AY 2019/20 Recipient

Ms Nur Insyirah d/o Mohamed Iqbal

"I would like to sincerely thank Pei Hwa Foundation for awarding me with the Bursary in AY 2019/20. Coming from a single parent home, the Bursary has tremendously lifted the financial burden of my family and allowed me to focus in my studies way better than before. Thank you again for your generosity."

Ms Nur Insyirah d/o Mohamed Iqbal, Bachelor of Accountancy with Honours

Pei Hwa Foundation Bursary AY 2019/20 and AY 2020/21 Recipient

Ms Afrina Saragih Binte Reiman Saragih (top row, third from left; together with her family)

"I would like to extend my appreciation to Pei Hwa Foundation for their generosity. I am beyond grateful for the help that had been given thus far which helped lift the financial burden off my parents’ shoulders, especially during this pandemic. I am able to fully utilise it for my school expenses and educational pursuits. Thank you, Pei Hwa Foundation."

Ms Afrina Saragih Binte Reiman Saragih, Bachelor of Engineering in Systems Engineering (ElectroMechanical Systems)

Support for Social Services

Ju Eng Home for Senior Citizens is one of the social services beneficiaries adopted by Pei Hwa Foundation. The mission of the Home is to provide shelter and care for the frail or destitute elderly regardless of race or religion, and to promote their physical, mental and spiritual welfare. With the Foundation’s support, the Home is able to subsidise 90 percent of the residents, upgrade healthcare equipment and facilities as well as improve overall healthcare standards.



Elderly from Ju Eng Home leading a healthy lifestyle. They will do brain teaser activities, physiotherapy and exercises before having snacks daily.

"We are grateful to Pei Hwa Foundation for their generous donations to support our mission. We sincerely thank you and wish you a happy 80th Anniversary celebration."

Elder Lawrence Ang, JP, BBM, Chairman, Ju Eng Home

Support for Healthcare Providers

Chung Hwa Free Clinic, Singapore Buddhist Free Clinic, Thong Chai Medical Institute, Public Free Clinic Society and Ren Ci Hospital are just a few of the many healthcare providers and medical enterprises that have received funding from Pei Hwa Foundation to help their patients.


Mr Cheong Chee Meng, NFK Patient has to pay $70 instead of $3,000 each month for his treatment.


The dialysis machine, costing $20,000 each is the lifeline of the kidney patient. Every week, the patients have to undergo three dialysis treatments, each four hours long.

"I want to thank all of you for making this possible. Without caring people like you, there would be no NKF and without NKF, I would not be alive today"

Mr Cheong Chee Meng, an NKF patient


The official opening of Pei Hwa Foundation=NKF Dialysis Centre on 17 August 2008 was graced by the then Senior Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Dr Balaji Sadasivan (2nd right), Member of Parliament for Ang Mo Kio Constituency Dr Lam Pin Min (2nd left), Pei Hwa Foundation Chairman Mr Hong Pian Tee (1st left) and NFK Chairman Mr Gerard Ee (1st right).

Pei Hwa Foundation-NKF Dialysis Centre

Pei Hwa Foundation is one of the sponsors of Singapore National Kidney Foundation (NKF), and one of the dialysis centre is named “Pei Hwa Foundation-NKF Dialysis Centre” at Blk 565 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3. The cost of building and equipping the Centre was $1.5 million, and Pei Hwa Foundation donated $1.25 million towards the project. The centre started its operations in 2007 and was oficially opened in 2008, offering a total of 22 station accomodating up to 120 patients.

Support for Sport Development

Pei Hwa Foundation is also Actively involved in contributing to sports organisations to nurture young sporting talents. For example, a grant was donated to Changi Sailing Club which prides itself in producing most of Singapore’s sailing luminaries and Asian Gold medallists. The grant was used to subsidise the Youth Development Programme to encourage youth sailors to sail recreationally through a co-ownership and boat-leasing programme. Other notable sports organisation recipients include the Volleyball Association of Singapore and Singapore Yachting Association.


Changi Log featuring the presentation of cheque by Pei Hwa Foundation in 2001


A thank you note from Singapore Yatchting Association to Pei Hwa Foundation in 1995

Our Beneficiaries

  • AWWA Ltd
  • Beyond Social Services
  • Bright Vision Hospital
  • Diabetes Singapore
  • Down Syndrome Association
  • HCSA Community Services
  • Handicaps Welfare Association
  • Kampung Senang Charity & Edu Foundation
  • National Cancer Centre Singapore
  • O’Joy Care Services
  • RSVP-The Organization of Senior Volunteers
  • Singapore Heart Foundation
  • SPD-Society for the Physically Disabled
  • St. Lukes Eldercare Ltd
  • St. Andrew’s Mission Hospital
  • St. John’s Home for Elderly Persons
  • Thye Hua Kwan Nursing Home Hougang
  • YMCA of Singapore

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