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What does PRO BONO SG do?

Pro Bono SG is a Singapore-based charity that empowers and protects vulnerable communities through legal advice, advocacy, and awareness. They support low-income families, migrant workers, foreign spouses, under-resourced community organizations, and other marginalized groups in need of legal information, representation, and assistance. In FY 21/22, Pro Bono SG touched the lives of over 17,000 individuals through various initiatives such as law awareness talks, pro bono legal clinics, specialized youth and migrant worker clinics, criminal charge representation, family law assistance, and support for under-resourced community organizations




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  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2017
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Empowering vulnerable and marginalized communities through legal awareness, advice, and advocacy.
  • Supporting low-income families, migrant workers, foreign spouses, under-resourced community organizations, and other segments of society in need of legal information, advice, and representation.
  • Providing access to justice for all by bridging gaps in society's legal aid systems.
  • Expanding the reach of their clinics and law awareness programs to a broader audience.
  • Deepening support for under-resourced community organizations.
  • Encouraging donations, which are entitled to 250% tax deduction, to sustain and strengthen the impact of Pro Bono SG's work.

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Fundraising Efficiency

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Program Expense Ratio

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