Sing Lit Station is committed to developing the literary scene in Singapore and bringing the books – all of the books! – closer to the people. Described by The A-List, Publisher's Weekly, TODAY and Popspoken as "a ground-up initiative" striving to offer "a platform for a community to grow", Sing Lit Station's aim is to identify gaps within the local industry through innovative programmes in which Singaporeans can take part in.
By donating to our organisation and its various programmes, you are furthering the skills of our writers, raising public interest in literature, and contributing to the sustainability and survivability of Singaporean literature. As we are an Institution of Public Character (IPC), every donation you make to us on giving.sg is tax-deductible to 250% of its value; as we are also qualified to apply to the Cultural Matching Fund, every dollar you give Sing Lit Station is matched by another dollar, effectively doubling your donation!
If you would like to make a donation directly to Sing Lit Station, click on one of the buttons below, which will redirect you to either our page on giving.sg , or our donations page via Squarespace (the engine behind our website).
As every donation is tax-deductible, you don't have to file any tax-deductible receipts – just select "tax-deductible" as an option, fill in your NRIC, and we'll do the rest.
Every year, Sing Lit Station holds a major Indiegogo campaign to fund the creation of the annual SingPoWriMo anthology, complete with all kinds of perks. (We also held a campaign to fund the start of Singapore Poetry on the Sidewalks.) Click below to find out more about our ongoing campaign for SingPoWriMo 2018: The Anthology, edited by Stephanie Dogfoot, Rodrigo Dela Pena Jr., Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingde and Ng Yi-Sheng!
OUR ANNUAL FUNDRAISERS’ DINNER
In October 2018, Sing Lit Station will host the first of our annual fundraisers’ dinner – a private and intimate affair, with food provided by the avant-garde, out-of-the-box caterer Preparazzi. Courses will be accompanied by performances by Pooja Nansi, Cyril Wong, the illustrator James Tan and our very own Daryl Qilin Yam.
Selected guests only. To indicate interest in attending our dinner, click on the link below.
Sing Lit Station (Ltd) and its various programmes and initiatives are supported by the following partners:
A NOTE ON FY16/17 AND BEYOND:
Sing Lit Station (est. Jul 2016) is a recipient of the National Arts Council's Seed Grant from 2016/2017 to 2018/2019, and a recipient of the Cultural Matching Fund in 2017. Our financial year starts on 1 Apr and ends on 31 Mar the following year. To view our FY17/18 annual report and financial statements, click here or access our profile ("SING LIT STATION LIMITED") on the Charity Portal.