The charity business: drawing the line in spending for philanthropy
03 Apr 2018

Prof Lam Swee Sum comments on the local philanthropy landscape in this article about governance and transparency in the charity sector.

Four from Singapore featured in book about Asean philanthropists who made an impact
30 Mar 2018

Mr Keith Chua, Chairman of the Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Philanthropy’s (ACSEP) advisory board, speaks on his influences and inspiration to be a philanthropist.

Building a legacy of giving
05 Dec 2017

Mr Keith Chua, Chairman of the Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Philanthropy’s (ACSEP) advisory board, has been featured in The Business Times.

NUS students co-create solutions with Singapore social enterprise to reach out to at-risk youths with culinary apprenticeship
30 Aug 2017

The article shares the winning teams’ experience with Crossing The Chasm Challenge 2017.

Channel 5 Talking Point 2017: EP7
15 Jun 2017

Dr Zhang Weina was interviewed to discuss corporate and private volunteering efforts and programmes and what more can they do.

Local social enterprise create water supply for disaster zones and remote settlements
20 Jan 2017

This article mentions ACSEP Associate Director (Community Development) Laina Greene.

More giving to community, arts, heritage, health causes: NUS study
16 Dec 2016

This article mentions our publication, Philanthropy in Asia: Working Paper 3: Overview of the Charity Sector (2007-2013).

The Peak honours philanthropists, social entrepreneurs (The Business Times)
04 Nov 2016

Mr Keith Chua, Chairman of the Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Philanthropy’s (ACSEP) advisory board, is featured in this article.

The Peak Power List 2016: Keith Chua (The Peak)
03 Nov 2016

Mr Keith Chua, Chairman of the Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Philanthropy’s (ACSEP) advisory board, was interviewed about his philanthropic journey.

消费者对社企更挑剔谨慎 产品特色需更鲜明 (Lianhe Zaobao)
27 Oct 2016

Public awareness of social enterprises has increased in recent years, but consumers have become more cautious in spending, and will not simply spend just to "do good". Article features comments from Dr Weina Zhang (Research Director, ACSEP).