IUFGC continues to support the endowment programme for the daughter of a late OMF missionary as well the mission of HealthServe.
IUFGC launches an endowment scholarship to support the daughter of a late OMF missionary in Nov 2015 for college education.
In Nov 2014, IUFGC sponsored a publication on wonderful history of the early days of St Margaret Boarding School entitled "Lest We Forget" to help raise funds for the needy students currently studying in the school.
In 2014, IUFGC was privileged to able to support and help organised HealthServe Fundraising Dinner in Oct 2014 held at the Regent Hotel
In July 2013, IUFGC had the privilege of facilitating a concert organized by medical students and HealthServe for migrant workers working in Singapore held in NUS Town. It was an amazing time where talented migrant workers performed on stage and sang about their love and their countries.
On Friday 24 July 2009, IUFGC launch of a scholarship book fund for secondary students who excelled in uniform group organisation at the St Margaret Secondary School. This award is given out yearly to 6 students under the name of Mrs Wong Hoe Eng, who is Michael’s mother. She was previously senior vice-principal, 1970-80 and Chief Commissioner of the Girl Guides in 1965-1967.
In 2010, IUFGC supported the Singapore Girl Guides Association during their 100th anniversary celebration.
In 2011 and 2012, IUFGC is supporting several worthy causes which includes Healthserve, (www.healthcare.org.sg). It is a non-profit community development organization dedicated to serving the interest of migrant workers, the disadvantages and poor in the local community. Another worthy cause is the Singapore Hockey Federation Athlete Assistance Fund where IUFGC supports a promising youth to reach his dreams.
Medical student fund is hosted by Singapore Medical Association to help finance the education needs of students from financially-challenged backgrounds. On the first anniversary of IUFGC, the practice organised and funded a charity concert at the Esplanade on 30th April 2008 to raise awareness of the fund. It was a fully booked event!