reach52 awarded a prestigious DBS Bank Foundation Social Enterprise Grant
The DBS Foundation Social Enterprise Grant Programme provides financial grants to accelerate the business growth and social impact of social enterprises. They encourage social enterprises to think out-of-the-box when they meet complex social needs, such as access to health and health education, employment generation for marginalised, environment protection and waste management solutions, responsible education and literacy, creating rural livelihoods, innovative technologies for social impact and much more.
The Grant Programme enables social enterprises to improve existing processes or add critical capabilities to achieve sustainability, or scale up their existing business that leads to greater social impact. Grant awardees join an esteemed community of social enterprises whom DBS Foundation supports to ignite possibilities for a truly inclusive Asia.
The DBS Foundation grant will help build reach52’s partner management team and scale up social impact in one new market in Asia.
If your organization is seeking to expand your experience implementing digitally-based health interventions for rural populations, consider applying to be a reach52 Growth Partner. reach52 provides selected applicants with funding, support, and digital tools to implement our award-winning eHealth solution. Using our innovative output-based model, successful Growth Partners can attain scalable, sustainable funding. In turn, beneficiaries gain access to a range of health products and services, helping to address complex health access challenges.
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