The Lim Hoon Foundation Scholarship is available to full-time undergraduate students from the Lee Kong Chian School of Business, the School of Accountancy or the School of Economics at Singapore Management University. The Scholarship is aimed at motivating the students to achieve greater heights of excellence and at providing them with financial support.
The Foundation, working together with Jurong Spring Grassroots Organisations established the Lim Hoon Foundation Community Education Awards ("Jurong Spring LH-CE Awards") in June 2013. This was the Foundation’s first partnership with a grassroots organisation. The objective of the Jurong Spring LH-CE awards is to support, strengthen and encourage all-rounded achievement of students who come from challenging backgrounds...
The Foundation, working together with Mountbatten CCC established the Lim Hoon Foundation Community Education Awards ("Mountbatten LH-CE Awards") in June 2015. The objective of the Mountbatten LH-CE Awards is to support, strengthen and encourage all-rounded achievement of students who come from challenging backgrounds...
Scholarship at NTU +
Established in 2010, the Lim Hoon Foundation Bursary was available to full-time students pursuing an undergraduate programme at the Nanyang Business School ("NYBS") at Nanyang Technological University. The objective of the Bursary was to provide non-bonded scholarships to students with good academic results but in financial need.
One bursary of $5,000 per annum was awarded from Academic Year 2010-11 to Academic Year 2013-2014 and tenable for up to four years of the student's studies, subject to good academic performance.
Pool Maintenance Grant at Cerebral Palsy Centre +
We had the opportunity to sponsor the maintenance of the hydrotherapy pool in 2009.
The Cerebral Palsy Centre is a school designed for children suffering from Cerebral Palsy Syndrome (CP). CP is a degenerative neurological disability that affects children from birth. This condition is considered the second-most expensive developmental disability after autism to manage over the course of a person's lifetime. The Centre is run like a normal school and part of its curriculum includes weekly hydrotherapy sessions. These sessions allow students to perform movements impossible to perform on land and form an integral part in the education of children suffering from CP.