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.
Food delivery riders who have questions on how to apply for SIRS or help schemes for NTUC members, sign up for our 1-hour online briefing on 24 or 26 August.
Before you hit the ground running, tool up with the right network and resources at U FSE Freelancers Fair, to accelerate your career as a freelancer or micro-business!
Take charge of your health and join us in our Freelancers' Health Jamboree organised by NTUC Freelancers and Self-Employed Unit (U FSE), in collaboration with Health Promotion Board (HPB)