SYNERGY Plan for HOPE Campaign


In an effort to support the fight against COVID-19, Synergy Financial Advisers launched the Plan for HOPE campaign, whereby Singaporeans get a free non-face-to-face financial health assessment from May-July 2020, without any required purchase of products. For every assessment, SYNERGY extended $10 token of appreciation to the first 2,000 participants, and donated $10 to three selected charities, including HOPE worldwide Singapore.

On 9 September, SYNERGY CEO Adrian Peh presented the donation of $10,000 to our CEO, Joyce Tan, in support of our charitable initiatives during the pandemic, such as: online tutoring to disadvantaged youths; providing befriending, engagement and assistance to vulnerable seniors who are isolated and those in nursing homes; and mental wellness and relief through counselling, support groups and workshops to individuals affected by COVID-19.

“We are deeply appreciative to be selected as one of the beneficiaries of the Plan for HOPE campaign by SYNERGY. While businesses try their best to stay afloat during this economic downturn, SYNERGY has found a creative way to support social service organisations like us,” said Joyce Tan.

Adrian Peh said: “Covid has hit the world hard and even harder on charities. SYNERGY want do our part as a Socially Responsible Corporate citizen to reach out to groups that need the most financial aid and support. We have selected 3 Charity organisations and are glad to partner Hope worldwide Singapore to support the people who would need our assistance. #SGUnited, Together we can overcome!”

How can you help?


Your generous contribution enables us to fulfill our social mission. Every donation, big or small, makes a huge difference.


Contribute your time, skills and expertise on a regular or ad-hoc basis. Enrich your life experiences as you immerse yourself in a worthy cause.


Support specific appeals and projects that need urgent aid in cash or in-kind, from donating used laptops to low-income youths, pre-loved home appliances for seniors living on their own, to sponsoring low-income families for specific interventions.


We welcome CSR partnerships and philanthropy support from companies, foundations and grantmakers to address identified gaps in the sector and meet the needs in the community.