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ST pocket money fund giving $1m in e-grants

29 Jun 2020 09:00

ST School Pocket Money Fund beneficiaries Loh Khim San and Anis Farhana Muhammad Effendi (first and third from left) feeding a beaver on an outing to River Safari last November, accompanied by Straits Times journalists. ST FILE PHOTO Donors to The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund this year include (from left) retired businessman Loh Kiong Poot, Wilmar International chairman and chief executive Kuok Khoon Hong and veteran banker Edmund Koh.

By Cheryl Tan

To mark the 20th anniversary of The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (STSPMF) and the newspaper's 175th anniversary this year, $1 million worth of e-grants will be given to 2,000 students from families in need.

Each student will receive an e-grant of $500 to purchase a range of products from information technology retailer Challenger, such as laptops, printers and audio devices.

A special microsite for STSPMF will be set up under Hachi.tech - Challenger's online shopping arm - where the students will receive a free ValueClub student membership with the $500 e-grant pre-credited into their membership accounts.

The 2,000 students will be selected from schools and social service agencies disbursing the pocket money funds next month.


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ST School Pocket Money Fund beneficiaries Loh Khim San and Anis Farhana Muhammad Effendi (first and third from left) feeding a beaver on an outing to River Safari last November, accompanied by Straits Times journalists. ST FILE PHOTO Donors to The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund this year include (from left) retired businessman Loh Kiong Poot, Wilmar International chairman and chief executive Kuok Khoon Hong and veteran banker Edmund Koh.


ST School Pocket Money Fund beneficiaries Loh Khim San and Anis Farhana Muhammad Effendi (first and third from left) feeding a beaver on an outing to River Safari last November, accompanied by Straits Times journalists. ST FILE PHOTO Donors to The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund this year include (from left) retired businessman Loh Kiong Poot, Wilmar International chairman and chief executive Kuok Khoon Hong and veteran banker Edmund Koh.


ST School Pocket Money Fund beneficiaries Loh Khim San and Anis Farhana Muhammad Effendi (first and third from left) feeding a beaver on an outing to River Safari last November, accompanied by Straits Times journalists. ST FILE PHOTO Donors to The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund this year include (from left) retired businessman Loh Kiong Poot, Wilmar International chairman and chief executive Kuok Khoon Hong and veteran banker Edmund Koh.

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