Enhanced Jobs Support Scheme (JSS) Support for F&B Firms
- Government will increase the JSS support rate to 50% of the first $4,600 of gross monthly wages paid to local employees during the period for which dining-in is prohibited
- This is an increase from the 10% support for wages paid up to June 2021
- Must be classified under SSICs 56 or 68104.
- Licensees registered as individuals will also be included if they make mandatory CPF contributions for their employees.
Rental Relief for Hawker Centres and Coffeeshops
- Hawkers and coffeeshop stallholders, who are self-employed and do not benefit from the JSS, the Government will provide one month of rental waiver for hawker stall and coffeeshop tenants of Government agencies
- Commercial landlords are urged to support their F&B tenants through this period
Sports Resilience Package
Sport and Fitness Operating Grant
- The grant has been rolled out to provide additional support for over 500 entities, in particular gyms and fitness studios
- Those eligible for this grant will receive a one-time disbursement, which takes overhead costs such as rental and salaries into account, ranging from $5,000 to $100,000 for the three-week period (May 8-30)
Who can apply?
- Businesses under SSIC code 93111: Fitness studios and gymnasiums;
- Have received JSS support; and
- Sign a written undertaking on preserving jobs, compliance with SafeEntry implementation, and adoption of the SGClean Quality Mark, which will be included in the letter of offer provided to successful applicants for acceptance.
Note: Businesses of similar nature but have different SSIC codes i.e. 85410, 93119, 93120 can apply for Sport Singapore’s assessment.
SEP Project Grant
- Aims to support about 300 projects – thrice the original number – that help self-employed people collaborate with each other and develop initiatives targeted at enhancing the health and wellness of Singaporeans
- Successful grant applicants, who can work individually or with others, may obtain up to $25,000 in funding per project
Sport and Fitness SEP Support Fund
- Those who have experienced at least 50 per cent income loss during the three weeks will be eligible for a one-time cash assistance of up to $400
Continuing Coach Education (CCE) Training Allowance Grant
- Fitness instructors can claim $7.50 for every claimable hour for the CCE training, programme or event up to a maximum of $300 per person until March 31, 2022
- These include CCE courses facilitated by CoachSG, ExPRO Fitness on-demand online learning content and events, and courses offered under Union Training Assistance Programme as endorsed by the National Instructors and Coaches Association