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CDC Vouchers Scheme (Tranche 2)

cdc voucher

The CDC Vouchers Scheme is designed to help identified households defray the cost of living and support local businesses to tide through this COVID-19 period.

Each identified household will receive $50 worth of CDC vouchers (in $2 denomination), redeemable at participating local merchants and hawkers in the heartlands. These participating businesses will display the CDC Voucher Decal.

The CDC vouchers can be used island-wide and the second tranche of vouchers will be rolled out from 8 Feb 2021.

Click here for the list of merchants in South West District who participating in the CDC Vouchers Scheme.

(Note : Information accurate as at 22 February 2021)

Look out for this CDC Vouchers Scheme decal displayed at participating merchants.

Clean Up South West! 2021


Our annual 'Clean Up South West!' event is here!

Going virtual for the first time, we will be live on Zoom on 23 Jan 2021, Saturday, from 10 am to 11.30 am. Register to attend the Zoom event at go.gov.sg/cleanupsw2021. Don't forget to register for the afternoon workshops too, for a series of fun, hands-on activities to be more eco-friendly!

We also have more than 100 collection points all over the South West District, where you can bring down your old clothes and newspapers to exchange for grocery vouchers. Collection of recyclables will take place on 16, 17, 23 and 24 Jan 2021.

Check the full list of collection points to find one near you and do your bit for the environment!


South West CDC Annual Report FY2019/2020

Building a great community starts with you and me. The South West CDC shares on its initiatives and partnerships in the past Financial Year (FY) to harness resources to meet the needs of the South West community.

Click here to view the report.


South West CDC - Koh Kock Leong Graduate Relief and Individual Training (GRIT) Fund

The South West CDC – Koh Kock Leong Graduate Relief and Individual Training (GRIT) Fund will support fresh tertiary graduates from low-income families by equipping them with relevant skillsets for their future workplace through certified online courses and a one-time financial assistance of $500 to help them through this transition period. 

To apply, please refer to the poster below:

SWCDC-KKL GRIT Fund Poster  v2