Methods of Giving

If you are making a recurring gift, you can contact us to stop your gift at any time.

Where applicable, please mail your gift to:


Development Office
National University of Singapore
Shaw Foundation Alumni House #03-01,
11 Kent Ridge Drive
Singapore 119244 

Credit Card

The fastest and easiest way to show your support to NUS is to make a gift online using a credit card.

You could also call us at (+65) 6516-8000 or 1-800-DEVELOP (1-800-338-3567) if you would prefer to make your credit card gift by telephone.

Alternatively, you could download and fill in a gift form and mail it in, or fax it to us at (+65) 6775 9161

Cheque

To make a gift by cheque, please download and print a gift form and mail it in with your cheque. Please make your cheque in favour of: “National University of Singapore” and mail it to us.

GIRO

To set up a GIRO payment service to make your recurring gift, please download and print an application for Interbank GIRO form (PDF) and mail it in.

Shares or Securities

You can show your support in the form of securities including shares, unit trusts and bonds. These securities shall be readily tradable in Singapore or Foreign Exchange, or convertible to cash.

The value of the securities will be based on the price of the same type of securities in the open market, at the last transaction of such securities on the date when the legal title is transferred to the University, and the securities are available for trading.

Real Estate

Some gifts of real estate may be sold to release their value in order to fulfil the purpose of the gift. Others may be preserved as valuable additions to the University’s landholdings.

Planned Giving

Leave your legacy. Make a planned gift that will impact future generations. You can support the University as a whole or the aspect of University life which you prefer.

Click here for more information on Legacy Giving.

Here are three of the most common types of planned gifts:

Charitable Bequests

A charitable bequest can take many forms so you have considerable flexibility. You remain in complete control of the bequest process and can change any bequest provision during your lifetime.

You can leave a specific asset, sum of money, percentage of your estate or what remains of your estate after you have provided for other beneficiaries.

You can also designate how you want your bequest to be used or leave it unrestricted so that NUS may direct the funds to where it is most needed at the time.

Gift of CPF Monies
Nominate NUS as a beneficiary of your CPF monies. To find out more, visit http://www.cpf.gov.sg
Gift of Insurance Policies
You can designate NUS as the beneficiary of your insurance policy when the policy is no longer important to your family’s financial security. Alternatively, you can purchase an insurance policy and name NUS both the owner and the beneficiary.

In Honour/In Memoriam

Honorary gifts are a meaningful way to pay tribute to a living person. You can choose to honour a special occasion or achievement, or merely acknowledge the honouree’s importance in your life.

Memorial Gifts are a special way to honour a friend or loved one who has passed away. Your gift will ensure a legacy for the deceased that can impact the future.

Are you an American Tax Resident?

NUS America Foundation is a California nonprofit organisation that supports NUS by facilitating charitable giving from alumni and friends in the US. The Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity.

If you are a US tax resident, your contribution to the Foundation may be fully tax-deductible to the amount allowed by US law.

In addition, your contribution attracts the prevailing matching grant from the Singapore government, increasing the impact NUS receives from your gift dollar.

Click here to learn about a donor who gave through the NUS America Foundation.

For more information, click here or Email:  administrator@nusamerica.org.

I may not have had the chance to come to university if not for this Bursary. Thank you for the opportunity to pursue my dream.

– Tong Shi Yun, Faculty of Engineering, NUS Bursary recipient