Philanthropic endowments gifted by Temasek over the years have funded our programmes to strengthen social resilience at home, foster mutual exchange in the region, and protect the planet.

To honour the legacies of Singapore’s pioneers who had contributed to specific fields of the nation’s industry and social development, some of these endowments have been named after these distinguished individuals.

The Balaji Sadasivan Endowment aims to improve the quality of health of individuals, families, caregivers and communities in need in Singapore, with emphasis on but not limited to developing skills and capabilities in the healthcare sector. The Endowment is named after the late former Senior Minister of State Dr Balaji Sadasivan in honour of his role and contributions in healthcare.

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The David Marshall Endowment encourages and advances education and training, with a focus on arts and culture. The Endowment is a tribute to Mr David Saul Marshall who became Singapore’s first elected Chief Minister in 1955.

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The Ee Peng Liang Endowment aims to improve the quality of social services for the benefit of individuals, families, caregivers and communities in need in Singapore, with emphasis on but not limited to developing skills and capabilities for the social service sector. The Endowment is named after the late philanthropist Dr Ee Peng Liang in honour of his role and contributions in social service.

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The E W Barker Endowment aims to enhance knowledge and deepen skills in education and training, with a focus on youth and sports. The Endowment is a tribute to one of the pioneer leaders of Singapore, Mr Edmund William Barker, who was a statesman, scholar, sportsman and supporter of sports.

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The Hon Sui Sen Endowment develops future public service leaders in the financial industry in Singapore and Asia, as well as fosters fellowship and exchanges among them. Its flagship programme, the Temasek Regional Regulators Scholarship (TRRS), builds and develops the capabilities of talent from regional central banks and financial regulator institutions, while promoting stronger networks and relationships among Asian financial regulatory institutions.

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The S Rajaratnam Endowment aims to achieve development, peace and stability in the region by deepening international friendships, promoting regional cooperation, and fostering a greater and common understanding of international rules, based on the twin pillars of good governance and sustainability.

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The Tay Eng Soon Endowment focuses on the advancement of science, by enhancing knowledge and developing skills in various fields including science and technology, and mathematics. The Endowment is a tribute to one of the pioneer leaders of Singapore, Dr Tay Eng Soon, who shaped our science and technical education system in the early years of industrialisation in Singapore.

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