NTUC U FSE provides cash relief of up to $650 to support freelance combi bus, limousine and delivery drivers and riders.
The association represents freelancers whose main source of income are from food delivery or package delivery, regardless of the mode of transport.
NTUC is committed to help our low-income union members in times of need through various assistance programmes. The NTUC Care Fund (e-Vouchers) is an assistance programme which aims to assist our low-income union members to defray their cost of basic necessities and their children's school expenses for the new school year.
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Refreshed criteria to help more union members tide through tough times. Successful applicants from the first excercise are also eligible!
NTUC, affiliated unions and associations, and the Government have come together to offer aid to union members living in Singapore who are facing financial hardship due to the Covid-19 situation.
Self-Employed Persons (SEPs) will now have a total of $40 million in training support.The amount comes after NTUC committed on 25 March 2020 to add $4 million to the $36-million SEP Training Support Scheme set aside by the Government.
NTUC, affiliated unions and associations, and the Government have come together to offer aid to union members living in Singapore who are facing financial hardship due to the Covid-19 situation. Together, they have committed $25 million as part of the NTUC Care Fund, where each affected union member can benefit from a one-off relief of up to $300.
The scheme pays a total of $9,000 to every eligible Self-Employed Person (SEP) over a period of nine months; the enhancement brought the total number of auto qualifying SEPs from 88,000 to around 100,000.
A total of $88 million will now be available to support our SEPs to go for training. Leveraging the Government's SEP Training Support Scheme and co-funded by the Government and NTUC, SEPs can now earn as they train. This total fund comprises the Government's $84 million SEP Training Support Scheme and a $4 million top up from the NTUC Training