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GESS FUND LTD.

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What does GESS FUND LTD. do?

GESS FUND LTD is a charitable organization dedicated to supporting and assisting the German European School Singapore (GESS). Their mission includes encouraging financial support from past students, parents of students, industry partners, and friends of GESS, fostering interest in its activities, preserving and improving standards, services, property, and facilities. They aim to extend invitations for membership, encourage gifts and testamentary dispositions, enlist financial support for educational improvements, promote cooperation with other schools, provide scholarships, invest funds appropriately, act as a trustee of established trusts or funds, and carry out exclusively charitable education-related activities permitted under Singapore law.

Founded

2014

People

jamshid k medora, verena ines desai, thomas hufnagel, juergen willi seitz, joanna ng wei-ching

Causes

No PovertyHealth & WellnessEducation

Highlights

  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2014
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Supporting and assisting the German European School Singapore (GESS) by encouraging financial support from past students, parents, industry partners, and friends.
  • Promoting education standards, services, property, and facilities at GESS through various activities and initiatives.
  • Encouraging membership in the foundation to participate actively in supporting and assisting the school's board.
  • Enlisting financial support from past students, parents, industry partners, and friends for educational improvements, including engaging specialists with qualifications that can contribute to student education and teaching staff development.
  • Raising funds through various methods (including commercial ventures) for the school's purposes.
  • Promoting cooperation between GESS and schools in Singapore by exchanging knowledge and teaching techniques through common student activities and other means of exchange.