From 2014, The Food Bank Singapore has leaped from salvaging two tonnes to 550 tonnes of food a year by simply relying on our resources, supporters and volunteers.
With more than 20% of people in Singapore still facing food insecurity issues, we are embarking on bigger projects to extend and better our outreach to serve the community.
Find out more about our upcoming projects and how you can partner with us to end food insecurity in Singapore!
An in depth look at Food Insecurity in Singapore hosted by The Food Bank Singapore and the SMU’s Lien Centre
An in depth discussion about Food Insecurity in Singapore with Nichol Ng and Jessie Tan from The Food Bank Singapore and Dalvin Sidhu PhD and Tania Nagpaul PhD from the SMU’s Lien Centre for Social Innovation.
Despite Singapore being a first-world country and the most food secure nation in the world, food insecurity is a reality for an increasing number of people behind closed doors.
We have collaborated with The Lien Centre for Social Innovation (Singapore Management University) to undertake a first-of-its-kind in depth food insecurity research project.
We have automated the process for beneficiaries to receive food through vending machines. This increases the accessibility and variety of food assistance in the heartlands.
The Bank Card Programme is a smart wallet developed by FBSG as a new vehicle for beneficiaries to receive food aid from our various feeding initiatives.
We are digitalising the food donation landscape through real-time matching of donors with surplus food to beneficiaries to increase efficiency and transparency