Partnering MoneySense: for schools, workplaces and communities
Talks for employees and community groups
The MoneySense–Singapore Polytechnic Institute for Financial Literacy (IFL) offers free talks and workshops on basic money management, financial planning, and personal investing.
For schools: Financial literacy games and workshops
Since January 2004, financial education messages have been delivered through appropriate subjects in schools' curriculum, such as Civics and Moral Education, and Social Studies, at the Primary and Secondary levels.
Co-funding: who is eligible
How much co-funding you can get
How to apply for co-funding
We will evaluate the application and inform the school if its application is approved. Applications should be submitted at least four to six weeks before the commencement of programme.
How to claim reimbursement
How long it takes
For vendors: Apply to be an eligible vendor
If you are a vendor providing financial literacy programmes for schools, you can apply to be included in MoneySense's list of eligible vendors.
Who is eligible