Stories of Good

Mentorship programmes that help beneficiaries dream big

"One of the key messages from the Fellowship was our responsibility as donors, grant-makers, volunteer coordinators, to listen to those working on the ground. Often, to determine the needs and solutions, trust and open communication is required between donors and non-profits."

The importance of "doing good better" cannot be overstated in a time like this, when the needs of the socially and economically marginalised are more pronounced than ever. Through the Company of Good Fellowship, corporate leaders learn to enable social change in the long run through their organisations, such as designing robust mentorship programmes for the beneficiaries' self-sustenance rather than providing temporary relief. 

Read about how Company of Good Fellows Ms Sapna Kewalramani and Ms Cathy Chia implemented their learnings to refine their programmes for maximum impact here.