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What does Singapore Buddhist Federation, The do?

The Singapore Buddhist Federation is a charitable organization dedicated to promoting Buddhism, education, culture, and social welfare in Singapore. They unify all Buddhist institutions and individuals, observing precepts, practicing Dharma, and propagating the teachings of Buddha. Their services include adult and children's Dharma courses, child care centers, student care centers, dharma assemblies, charity governance training, and consultancy.




kweh soon han, tan yew beng, wong soot mooi@sek bao tong, shi you wei @ lee siew hoong, n sumana thero, sek ching sum @ wong ah nooi, chan poh swai @ chan poh swee, lee kwang chye joseph, bhikkhu sik kwang sheng@tang chee hoong, tan choon kim


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  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 1990
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Promotes unity among Buddhists in Singapore, fostering a sense of community and belonging.
  • Encourages the practice of Buddhism and its precepts, which can lead to personal growth and spiritual development.
  • Supports education through the operation of two schools (Maha School & Manjusri Secondary School) and various Dharma courses for adults and children.
  • Provides care services for children through a Child Care Centre and Student Care Centre, ensuring their well-being outside of school hours.
  • Organizes assemblies to promote the study and discussion of Buddhist teachings (Dharma) and precepts, encouraging spiritual growth and understanding among participants.
  • Offers charity governance training and consultancy services, helping other organizations develop effective strategies for managing their resources and achieving their

Donation Income

Program Expense Ratio

This is the percentage of the charity's total expenses that are spent on its core programs. A higher percentage suggests that more money is going directly to the cause, rather than being spent on administrative or fundraising expenses.