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Certificate of Entitlement (COE) Grant Scheme for Social Service Agencies (SSAs)

Certificate of Entitlement (COE) Grant Scheme for Social Service Agencies (SSAs)

The Ministry of Social and Family Development’s Certificate of Entitlement (COE) Grant Scheme is a grant to support the cost of COE and Additional Registration Fee (ARF) for vehicles used to transport clients who are elderly or persons with disabilities who are unable to use public transport unassisted or other transport options. Eligible SSAs can apply for the grant for their Category C vehicles (i.e. passenger vehicles).

Eligibility Criteria

Applicant must be:
● An MSF-funded or licensed SSA.

Please see the Eligibility Criteria and Terms and Conditions before completing and submitting the application.

Application Procedures

Please complete and sign the Application Form and email or fax it to:
Fax: 6259 7305 (Attn: Jasmine Tang)

For more information on the application and reporting process, please click Application and Reporting Workflow.

For other enquiries, please contact:
Jasmine Tang
Tel: 6354 9103

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