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Cyclical Maintenance for VWOs Facilities

Social Service Agencies (SSAs) can apply for a grant from the Ministry to carry out Cyclical Maintenance for their facilities. The general scope included in Cyclical Maintenance of facilities includes repainting works, repair works, replacement of fixed fittings and equipment to meet with current building authorities' requirements.

What are the eligibility criteria for the grant?


SSAs appointed by MSF to deliver programmes may apply for the grant to carry out Cyclical Maintenance for their facilities. Examples of programmes include Family Service Centres, Adult Disability Homes and Family Violence Specialist Centres.  

Additionally, to qualify for the grant, the SSA should also: 

  • have previously received MSF capital funding for the set-up of the facility,
  • should have been operating on the premises and providing services for at least 5 years,
  • should not have received cyclical maintenance funding for the facility in the last 5 years.

How to apply 

For the grant application to carry out Cyclical Maintenance for SSA Facilities, please complete the application form and send to: 

Ms Kua Mei Yin
Manager
Facilities Branch
Service Management and Resource Division
Email: KUA_Mei_Yin@msf.gov.sg​​​

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Published On Fri, Mar 1, 2019
Last Reviewed On Tue, Jul 16, 2019

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