EtonHouse Community Fund Charity Art Auction

EtonHouse Community Fund Charity Art Auction


The EtonHouse Community Fund (ECF) is organising a charity art exhibition to mark the year of ‘Celebrating SG Women’. The Ministry of Social and Family Development has dedicated 2021 as the Year of Celebrating SG Women.

This unique art exhibition with contributions by more than fourty pre-schools and international schools across the island will feature children’s unique perspectives and interpretations of what it means to celebrate women. Children from diverse backgrounds and nationalities across the E-Bridge, Hampton and EtonHouse Pre-Schools and International schools have put together this multi-media exhibition to commemorate this meaningful celebration.

Through auctioning the artworks, ECF aims to raise funds for initiatives to benefit more than 1,000 children and families in Singapore. In particular, the funds raised will go towards developing a range of resources and initiatives for parents and caregivers from vulnerable families.

At a Glance

Comprising of over 50 unique pieces, view the entire collection of artworks virtually and place your bids before 21st December 2021.

Place your bid

For those who want to view the art exhibition in person, kindly note that visits are on a by appointment-only basis.

Opening Hours:

9th December – 23rd December 2021

@Mountbatten, #01-28, Singapore 398008 (Entry from the Main Lobby of 223@Mountbatten)

Monday – Saturday, 10.00am to 4.00pm (by appointment only)

To book your appointment, please click here

About the EtonHouse Community Fund

The ECF is an independent IPC charity that focuses on improving the lives of children, youth and families in Singapore. Launched by EtonHouse International Education Group in 2015 on the organisation’s strong belief in the importance of education and that every child regardless of his or her background should have access to good quality education.

In 2020, ECF was commended by President Halimah Yacob for its initiatives to support the community during the Covid19 crisis. These include reaching out to beneficiaries with home learning kits, laptops and Wi-Fi devices for them to access home-based learning, a financial assistance scheme to help families whose incomes and jobs were affected. To help children understand the Covid19, it published 3 children's books as well as produced The Germ Buster, a game about health and hygiene practices.

For more details on the ECF, visit