Unrestricted gifts provide Singapore American School with the ability to respond to needs as they arise. This kind of support also gives us the financial stability necessary to our self-reliance and sustainability, improving our ability to withstand economic and environmental fluctuations in the future.
At Singapore American School, we value athletics for the lessons they teach about leadership, teamwork, victory and defeat, and the sheer joy of competition. With a wide variety of sports and playing levels, there’s a home for every athlete on our campus. With support from the SAS Foundation, we will be able to upgrade our training facilities, sponsor tournament participation, and provide certification courses for our coaches.
At Singapore American School, our human capital is our single greatest resource, and we are committed to developing our faculty and staff through support for their professional learning. While certain forms of learning are local and low-cost, others require additional resources. With the support of the donor community, we will be able to expand the educational opportunities (master’s and doctorate degree programs, conferences, workshops, courses, and coaching) available for our faculty and staff to equip them to serve students most effectively.
At the nexus of engineering and science, robotics offers students the opportunity to learn programming, mechanical construction, and how to work with complex technology in fun, creative, and innovative ways. Your gift will help fund robotics program improvements at SAS in all three divisions: updating and replacing materials and supporting students, competitors, and their robotics coaches.
The quintessential American educational environment provides targeted support so that all students can learn at high levels. This level of support comes at a cost, and the contributions of the donor community will allow us to provide the resources necessary to continue to serve students with a wide variety of abilities at Singapore American School.
Music (Grand Piano)
Middle and High School
The SAS community shares a deep affection for, and long tradition of, amazing musical productions. An essential instrument in classical, jazz, blues, and popular music, the grand piano will be used by middle and high school students for musical concerts and entertaining audiences at school events. Lending a larger, richer sound to solo recitals and ensemble and orchestral performances, the grand piano will also be used to accompany musical theatre and dance shows. Help support our young musicians and share in their joy of music.
can provide the taxi fare for an SAS visitor-in-residence
can provide three Eagle Council shirts for high school students, three intramural league shirts for middle school students, or three Marathon Club shirts for elementary students
can provide registration fees to send one student to a local Model United Nations conference
can pay for a second grade classroom's field trip to FairPrice to purchase food donations for Food from the Heart and support our student's math learning
can provide funding for an intern to support middle school TRi Time students
can provide a guest dance choreographer in middle school or a guest musician in elementary school classes
can provide registration fees to send a teacher to a project-based learning conference
Donors can make a gift to either the Singapore foundation or the US foundation. The SAS Foundation (USA) is a 501(c)(3) organization in the United States and donors to the US foundation receive a tax deduction from their US income taxes. If you are making a gift to our US foundation, please make payment using US checks or credit card.
All gifts will be gratefully acknowledged in the school's annual report. Donors making gifts of S$1,000 or more will be recognized as members of the Eagle Society at the following giving levels:
|Member||S$1,000 – S$2,499|
|Friend||S$2,500 – $4,999|
|Fellow||S$5,000 – S$9,999|
|Patron||S$10,000 – $$24,999|
|Benefactor||S$25,000 – S$49,999|
|1956 Circle||S$50,000 and above|
Recognition levels are based on the cumulative total of an individual's cash gifts to the SAS Foundations made in a fiscal year, July 1 to June 30.
Your gift to SAS is an investment in world-class education
Why does SAS need to raise money?
I am not wealthy, and can only give S$25 or S$50. How would that make a difference?
I am philanthropic, but more inclined to support other causes than our school. Why should I give to SAS?
My company does not pay our tuition, we do. Why should I consider giving SAS even more money?
What is the Eagle Society? How is a gift to the SAS Foundation the same or different than joining the Eagle Society?