In line with our commitment toward integrity and biblical stewardship, our accounts go through stringent auditing each year in accordance to the nation’s laws.
Cru Singapore values and honours the privacy of its financial partners by establishing an environment of trust and safety. Information about our ministry partners and prospective partners, including names and addresses, credit card information, beneficiaries, gift amounts and estate information, is kept strictly confidential by all authorised Cru Singapore personnel, unless permission is obtained in writing from the donor to release such information. Such information shall be recorded and retained only for the private, business use of the organisation.
Cru Singapore views our ministry partners as a vital part of our team seeking to help fulfil the Great Commission. All givers automatically go on our direct mail ministries in which you will receive our regular publication and news. You may at any time, choose to opt out.
Charity Transparency Awards (CTA) is an initiative by Charity Council to recognise charities with good disclosure practices that the Charity Transparency Framework (CTF) recommends. We are humbled to be conferred this award consecutively in 2017 and 2018.
To God alone be the glory! Special thanks to our Board and staff members for their tireless service in upholding financial integrity.
Cru Singapore is a division of Cru Asia Limited, a registered charity in Singapore. Our sister division is East Asia School of Theology (EAST)—a member of the Asia Graduate School of Theology Alliance (AGST Alliance) and International Leadership Consortium (ILC).
Cru Singapore is a faith-based missions organisation. All staff members are fully responsible for raising their own finances to cover their salaries, benefits and ministry expenses. In addition, our staff also raise a team of prayer partners to come alongside them in ministry.
Our staff raise their financial support from fellow Christians and from the local church.
Our remuneration package is reviewed periodically to take the prevailing cost of living in Singapore into account. With effect from 2016, we have adopted some benchmarks set by National Council of Social Services as our guide.
All contributions will go into the staff member’s support account. However, there is a 7% deduction from all donations to help cover administrative expenses.
For months with insufficient donations, surpluses help to provide for basic salaries. They also enable staff to reimburse for their ministry expenses.
If a staff member’s account balance falls into negative, he/she will receive a partial salary for that month to prevent the deficit from snowballing.
If the deficit persists over a period of two months, he/ she will be taken out of ministry to allow him/her to focus on raising support.
Staff members with sufficient balances in their support account will receive an Annual Wage Supplement (AWS) in December or January.
Yes, as the monthly support raised does not cover the cost of such ministry trips (including mission trips). Raising support for these trips also helps generate prayer support for the mission team.
There is no stipulated time frame; our desire is that you will partner the staff for as long as God leads you to.
Through monthly or one-time gifts, you can support as many staff and/or ministries as you wish. The available modes of giving are:
For further instructions, see how to give
Unfortunately, your donations will not be tax-deductible as Cru Singapore does not have IPC status.
If your desired increase is within the limit you had previously set, you can simply write to us at email@example.com stating your name, Donor ID (if possible), the name/s of staff and the month for which the increase should take effect.
If your desired increase exceeds the limit you had previously set, you can increase your GIRO giving by filling up the GIRO forms (as above). Do take note that it takes 4-6 weeks for the bank to process your application.
You can reduce your GIRO giving by writing to us at firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name, Donor ID (if possible), the name of staff and the month for which the decrease should take effect. Do take note that it takes 4-6 weeks for the bank to process your application.
You can do so by writing to us at email@example.com stating your name, Donor ID (if possible) and the month for which the GIRO termination should take place. Do take note that it takes about 2-4 weeks for the bank to terminate your GIRO arrangement.
If it is via GIRO please refer to point 12-14. If you are giving by other modes, you can simply indicate so on the investment slip or on the back of the cheque.
Yes, you can, but it will be a copy version. Contact our accounts department at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can send it together with your next contribution.
Cru Singapore views our ministry partners as a vital part of our team seeking to help fulfil the Great Commission. All givers automatically go on our direct mail ministries in which they receive our regular publication and news. You may at any time, choose to opt out.
You may contact the Finance department at +65 6589 9600 or email email@example.com
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