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Past Events

 

2018

Inclusive Business Forum 2018

On 25 July, SG Enable held its second bi-annual Inclusive Business Forum graced by Minister for Social and Family Development, Mr Desmond Lee, attended by more than 200 members of the business community. The Forum included sharing of best practices by companies and also highlighted the various resources available to companies when it comes to hiring persons with disabilities (PwDs). SG Enable is a partner of SBF Foundation for promoting the welfare and employability of PwDs.

You can contribute by taking part in Workplace Disability Index, a free self-assessment to identify areas for improvement at your workplace, developed SG Enable with support from SBF Foundation at this link: http://singapore.benchmarkability.org/ 

 

2017

Official Opening of SBF and SBF Foundation Offices

SBF and SBF Foundation encourage business leaders and the business community to come forward to collaborate and help build a more inclusive Singapore. The call comes amidst the official opening of the new SBF and SBF Foundation premises at SBF Center on 5 September 2017. Gracing the occasion were Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and Minister for Trade and Industry (MTI) S Iswaran. Some 150 guests comprising SBF Foundation donors, SBF member companies, partners, stakeholders and media attended.

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2015

Inaugural Fundraising Dinner

The SBF Foundation launched its inaugural fundraising dinner on 9 October 2015 at Gardens by the Bay. The event was graced by Minister for National Development, Mr Lawrence Wong and attended by close to 500 prominent members of the business community. More than S$1 million was raised from the dinner.

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2018

CSR In Action

“CSR in Action” is jointly organised by SBF & SBF Foundation on 29 Nov 2018. The event kicked off at SBF Center Level 6, where participants went on learning journeys thereafter to three of SBF Foundation’s partners’ premises – Equal-Ark (for at-risk children & youths), New Hope Community Services (for low-income families) & SG Enable (for persons with disabilities). Some 60 participants, variously coming from SBF member companies, trade associations, SBF Center tenants and SBF staff, joined the event.

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