Application period: 12 April 2023 to 31 December 2028

The CapitaLand-U Care Resilience and Enablement Fund or CAP+Ure for short, provides interim financial support to members who are impacted by total and sudden (unexpected) loss of income, to help support their children’s educational and nutritional needs.

Each eligible child will receive a one-time disbursement of $250 worth of NTUC FairPrice vouchers.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Member must meet the following criteria to be eligible for the funding: 
• Monthly Gross Household Income (GHI) of $5,800 and below or Per Capita Income (PCI) of $1,450 and below if exceeds GHI 
• Children aged 21 years old and below studying at eligible educational institutions:
     – Government / Government-aided / Independent schools (primary and secondary) under the Ministry of Education;
     – Junior colleges; Institute of Technical Education; Millennia Institute; 
     – Special education schools
• 6 months of continuous paid-up union membership

How to apply?

Members to submit their applications via OneCARE at https://ucare.ntuc.org.sg/assistance/

1. Complete all relevant sections in this form and provide all necessary supporting documents.
2. You will be updated on the outcome of the application within 4-6 weeks via email.​​​​

Subject to the Terms and Conditions

Documents Required
CRITERIA Relevant Supporting Documents
• Total and sudden (unexpected) loss of income
– For retrenchments/termination, benefits/compensation must not exceed $6,500
• Documents to substantiate total and sudden loss of income
e.g. company letter indicating retrenchment/termination benefits / medically boarded out, emails, SMS, letter as proof of postpone of job or cancellation (where applicable) AND

• Member’s income documents
e.g. CPF Statement (showing contribution history for the past 12 months)/ latest Notice of Assessment
 
• Monthly Gross Household Income (GHI) of $5,800 and below or Per Capita Income (PCI) of $1,450 and below if exceeds GHI • Member’s spouse’s income documents, where applicable
e.g. CPF Statement (showing contribution history for the past 12 months) / latest Notice of Assessment
 
• Infants and Children aged 21 years and below studying at eligible educational institutions:
– Government / Government-aided / Independent schools (primary and secondary) under the Ministry of Education;
– Junior colleges; Institute of Technical Education; Millennia Institute;
– Special education schools

Note: Does not include Polytechnic/ University students
 
• Children’s education documents
e.g. student pass / birth certs (for children aged 7 and below, without student pass)
• Date Joined Union must be at least 6 continuous months at point of application
 
• Union/Association/NTUC Membership to verify
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