UOL Group Limited (UOL) is one of Singapore’s leading public-listed property companies with a diversified portfolio of development and investment properties, hotels, and serviced suites in Asia, Oceania, Europe, and North America.


As part of a three-year partnership, UOL’s support has enabled the Asian Civilisations Museum to continue its efforts in making family programmes accessible to all even during the challenging pandemic period of 2020 to 2021. This is UOL’s third Patron of Heritage Awards, having previously been awarded in 2019 and 2020.




Children enjoying an interactive storytelling session at the Asian Civilisations Museum (top), and a child (bottom) with an air-dried clay craft inspired by the museum’s collection of ceramic plates.


In 2021, online and off line engagement strategist, Stellar Ace, provided in kind support for the Singapore HeritageFest’s Ride & Discover showcase — a content series which reimagines MRT stations as exhibition spaces. Lesser-known aspects of Singapore’s travel, tourism, and natural heritage were displayed at Somerset, Bayfront, Kent Ridge and Clementi MRT Stations as part of the festival.


Stellar Ace is the key media and digital brand of Stellar Lifestyle Private Limited. Its new name and logo signify its continuous pursuit of business excellence and growth, as well as its focus on f lexibility and agility. Stellar Ace strikes meaningful connections between advertisers and their target markets. As Singapore’s leading local out-of-home media advertising company, it offers a complete network of advertising solutions and touchpoints. It meets one’s target audience at home, on their commute, as well as at dining, shopping, and entertainment or play touchpoints. Advertisers get access to true “consumer daily touchpoint” capabilities through its wide-ranging media advertising assets located in trains, buses and taxis; at stations; on screens in malls; across HDB estate screens; as well as on WINK+, its digital consumer app.


Stellar Ace’s top-notch creative marketing capabilities, diverse media advertising assets, and activation engagement ideas, offer advertisers unparalleled islandwide audience reach.


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Stellar Ace’s “Home-Travel-Eat-Shop-Play” ecosystem, comprising a range of consumer touchpoints, reaches more than 35 million audiences weekly across its islandwide network of online and offline media platforms



Temasek Foundation supports a diverse range of programmes which uplift lives and communities in Singapore and beyond. In 2021, it supported a pilot project to provide the visually impaired greater access to the National Museum of Singapore’s Home, Truly: Growing Up with Singapore, 1950s to the Present exhibition.


Via a smart cane, users were able to listen to a special, descriptive audio tour while exploring and navigating the exhibition space independently. The smart cane experience was jointly developed by the National Heritage Board, Nanyang Polytechnic and Guide Dogs Singapore.


Temasek Foundation’s programmes, made possible through philanthropic endowments by Temasek, support innovative solutions and initiatives which promote community good for a more socially resilient and inclusive society for generations to come.


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The Temasek Foundation logo (top) and the Smart Cane programme (bottom) which the organisation supported in 2021




The Nehemiah Foundation was established to provide grants and financial support for vulnerable communities, persons with special needs, mental health services, as well as charitable initiatives in the education arena. The foundation’s purpose closely follows the Old Testament account of rebuilding broken walls and lives as detailed in the Book of Nehemiah.


With the COVID-19 pandemic surfacing new needs and challenges, heritage institutions are now, more so than ever, playing a key role in galvanising communities to rebuild, restore and unite peoples toward the new normal. In this light, the Nehemiah Foundation supported the National Museum of Singapore with a cash donation to its Special Exhibitions Fund in 2020 and 2021.


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The Nehemiah Foundation logo (top) and the National Museum of Singapore (bottom) which the organisation supported in 2020 and 2021.


Yuvabharathi International School, which offers educational programmes from the Montessori to senior secondary level, has been a strong supporter of the Tamil Language Council’s Tamil Language Festival since 2016.


The school similarly donated to the council for the festival’s 2022 edition. Its generous contributions have enabled the festival to expand its efforts to promote the greater use of Tamil and widen appreciation of Indian culture within the community, especially among youth.



Yuvabharathi International School has been supporting the Tamil Language Festival since 2016