Nature of Business: Professional Services
Areas of Impact: Capacity building for organisations in the social sector



About Us

Founded in 2011, Empact is a leading social enterprise with a mission to build the capacity of social organisations (referred to as non-profit organisations and social enterprises) in Singapore and the region.

Through our cross-sector collaboration with sector developers, grantmakers, corporates and volunteers, we bridge the capacity gap of the social sector by channelling talents, skills and resources to co-create innovative solutions to address the various needs of social organisations.

To date, Empact has impacted and empowered more than 2,000 social organisations in the region, with a contribution of savings amounting up to $9 million worth of professional services that have been rendered pro bono for the social sector.

Products & Services

(a) Accounting and HR shared services
We empower non-profits and social enterprises by providing affordable and professional services that are critical for their daily operations such as accounting, payroll, bookkeeping, financial reporting, and tax/GST reporting.

(b) Advisory services
We provide consultancy on impact measurement, programme design & evaluation, financial management, volunteer management, marketing, human resources, technology adoption, process improvement, etc.

(c) Design of skills-based volunteering programmes
Many NPOs and SEs face a talent shortage especially in corporate function areas (e.g. IT, finance). Empact plugs this gap by recruiting, training and matching skilled volunteers.

(d) Sharing of knowledge & tools
Empact consolidates our learning and knowledge into knowledge pieces and / or tools that are customised for the sector. These knowledge are shared without any costs and hence extremely accessible for NPOs and SE.


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