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Singapore Indian Development Association (SINDA)

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What does Singapore Indian Development Association (SINDA) do?

SINDA is dedicated to enhancing educational opportunities for all Singaporean Indians and strengthening family units within the community. They strive to create a cohesive, caring society that fosters understanding and cooperation with other communities in pursuit of national aspirations.

Founded

1992

People

sarjit singh, indranee thurai rajah, carmelia nathen, mrs rathi parimalan, vineeta sinha, siraj omar, ranganathan raghunathan, gur-praveen kaur randhawa, g arull, k. muralidharan pillai

Causes

No PovertyHealth & WellnessEducation

Highlights

  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 1992
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Improved educational opportunities for Singaporean Indians, promoting equal access to education and reducing socio-economic disparities within the community.
  • Strengthened family units among Singaporean Indians, fostering a socially resilient community that values familial bonds and support networks.
  • Development of a cohesive, caring, and socially responsible Indian Singaporean community, promoting unity and cooperation amongst its members.
  • Enhanced understanding and cooperation with other communities in Singapore, fostering national harmony and inclusivity.
  • Contribution to the progress of multi-racial Singapore by actively participating in nationwide initiatives and collaborating with organizations that share similar objectives.

Donation Income

Fundraising Efficiency

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Program Expense Ratio

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