Here you will find the latest ISCA Cares information from the media.
Views from the Top, Business Times
20 Apr 2020
ISCA Cares Chairman, Mrs Lim Hwee Hua, was quoted in The Business Times on the question of "Will corporate social responsibility (CSR) take a back seat during a downturn? How might your organisation's corporate giving be affected this year?" This is what she has to share:
This quote was first published in "Views From the Top" in The Business Times on 20 April 2020.
To read full article, refer to https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/views-from-the-top/no-let-up-in-doing-good.
A Big Thank You to our Donors and Sponsors for your Support to ISCA Cares Charity Golf!
In view of the latest measures introduced to minimise further spread of Covid-19, the ISCA Charity Golf that was scheduled for Friday, 27 March 2020, will be postponed to Friday, 11 September 2020.
As proponents of accountability and trust, we at ISCA are committed to doing our part to keep our community safe. We sincerely appreciate the generous support we have received for this event and we are heartened to know that our donors and sponsors are equally supportive of our decision to postpone this event. We are monitoring the situation closely and will provide updates should there be any changes.
Two of our ISCA Cares bursary recipients were featured in the local newspapers. Read their stories below
Learning to save because of family finances
Accountancy bursary recipient responsible for her own school expenses
A new charity to champion giving by the accountancy profession
Annual Report 2015
At the Singapore Accountancy Convention Networking Dinner, ISCA Advisor Teo Ser Luck announced the launch of ISCA Cares, a charity dedicated to serving the community. Mooted in celebration of SG50, ISCA Cares aims to raise S$1 million in its first year of establishment to help disadvantaged youths by subsidising their tuition fees and basic living expenses through donations.
Donors can also become mentors, sharing experiences and serving as role models for these youths to look up to.
Photo: ISCA Advisor Teo Ser Luck making the opening address at the 2015 Singapore Accountancy Convention Networking Dinner