Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations


Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA) was founded by seven clan associations and formally inaugurated in 1986. Having moved its headquarters to Toa Payoh in 1997, SFCCA promotes Singaporean Chinese culture through events, exhibitions and publications, and funds scholarships and bursaries for underprivileged students and inmates.
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Inaugurated in 1986 as an umbrella body for Chinese clan associations, Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA) was founded by the Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan, Teochew Poit Ip Huay Kuan, Singapore Kwang Tung Association, Singapore Foochow Association, Nanyang Khek Community Guild, Singapore Hainan Hwee Kuan and Sam Kiang Huay Kuan. It later grew to include more than 200 member associations.

In 1997, SFCCA relocated its headquarters to its Toa Payoh premises, which was formerly occupied by the Heng A Khe Bong School. Through research, publications, exhibitions, events, education programmes and other activities, SFCCA promotes Singaporean Chinese heritage, culture and traditions. SFCCA also fosters  cooperation between clan associations, as well as between clan associations and other groups in Singapore.

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