Supporting our communities
Over its lifetime, Boustead has built an unwavering reputation for supporting the communities in the countries where we operate.
This deep commitment stems back to our founder, Edward Boustead, whose philanthropic direction saw him donate generously to the construction of Singapore’s foundational infrastructure, including hospitals and schools.
Today, we have maintained this philanthropic spirit by supporting communities around the world with scholarships, pro bono services and donations across our global lines of business.
Over the past decade, we have invested more than S$4 million into: education institutions, such as the National University of Singapore and other leading universities regionally; non-profit organisations serving important social causes, such as Yayasan Mendaki, PAP Community Foundation and Singapore Business Federation Foundation; and, the blossoming cultural scene in Singapore and Australia, including the National Library of Australia.
We invite you to explore some of our community endeavours. If you would like further information, please feel free to contact our team.
For full details of Boustead's commitment to strong social and environmental practices, we invite you to explore our ESG statement in the latest Longevity Report.
We are honoured to partner with the National University of Singapore in awarding two Boustead-Esri Geospatial Scholarships annually, to students pursuing a postgraduate degree in geospatial technologies.
Boustead Projects formally inaugurated their 'Boustead Cares' Community Partnership Programme with Singapore's North East Community Development Council ("NECDC"), helping raise S$50,000 to support of NECDC's activities.
The Esri Indonesia Emergency Spatial Support Centre - a disaster response program that supports government agencies during crises and disasters - developed a portal to coordinate disaster relief efforts for Sulawesi's Palu-Donggala earthquake and tsunami aftermath.
With the support of the country's councils and government ministries, Esri Malaysia delivered the Local Government Benchmark Study - the first piece of comprehensive research into the current and future role of geospatial technology in the country's local government sector.
With the support of Esri Singapore, one of the nation's most loved non-profit organisations made their food donation programme 'smarter' than ever before.
Our commitment to communities extends beyond societal initiatives. Learn more about our environmental sustainability practices.