WE ARE THE MAJURITY

We Are The Majurity

Regardless of status or stage in life, Everyone can thrive.

The Majurity Trust
WE ARE THE MAJURITY
WE ARE THE MAJURITY

The Majurity Trust (TMT) is a philanthropic organisation that seeks to work with donors and charities to build a thriving and sustainable community for all in Singapore. TMT model provides donors with giving opportunities guided by research and informed by their close partnerships with grantee partners on the ground. With this, TMT will be able to piece the pieces together in filling the critical social gaps of unseen needs existing in plain sight in the community. They believe there must be a better way to do good:

  • A better way to GIVE;
  • A better way to GRANT-MAKING;
  • A better way to COLLABORATE.
WE ARE THE MAJURITY

With research that informs and reports that measures social impact, TMT has raised a significant amount to support grantee partners serving over 500 thousand beneficiaries over the years through their numerous funds and grants. When Covid-19 hit our shores, it was the start of a challenging time for Singapore. But the unprecedented difficulties compelled TMT and Singapore-based family foundations, philanthropists and corporate partners to do more for ground-up initiatives that rose up to face the challenges head-on through the SG Strong Fund.

As the conversation went on, we uncovered common goals, alignments in our values, hopes and aspirations between both foundations. We look forward to innovating, integrating and creating an impact in the hope of making Singapore a better place for everyone.

WE ARE THE MAJURITY
WE ARE THE MAJURITY

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42.195 & Beyond

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ISBN: 978-981-11-9544-0

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1045 追梦的距离

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Published: October 2019, Taiwan
ISBN: 978-986-98278-0-5

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