Fees & Perks
The best infant and childcare with certified teachers and safe learning spaces for all
Bright Horizons Fund (BHF)
BHF aims to empower young children from low-income families to have an equal start in life through access to quality preschool education and positive classroom experiences.
- Gross monthly household income of $ 4,500 and below, or $ 1,125 per capita (with five or more members).
- Applications for childcare subsidies offered by ECDA, if applicable, must first be made prior to the consideration of BHF.
Income Family Micro-Insurance Scheme (IFMIS)
NTUC Income continues to champion education for youth in need. Families, especially from low-income backgrounds, are often the hardest hit when a parent or guardian becomes seriously ill, suffers a permanent disability or dies. In order to ensure continued education for these children, Income offers tangible support through IFMIS.
- Parent/guardian with a child/ward attending an NTUC First Campus childcare centre.
- Gross Household Income or Per Capita Income does not exceed $4,500 a month or $1,125 a month respectively.