The DBS LiveBetter App Lets You Donate To Save Pangolins & Check Your Carbon Footprints – MS News

DBS LiveBetter Enables Sustainable Living For Zillennials

As 2021 draws to a close, many of us are taking stock of our life choices post-pandemic.

For millennials, we’re stepping in to fill the daunting shoes of adulthood in our careers and young families. For Gen-Zs, we’re at the crossroads as a defining generation to take bold stances on many causes.

The one thing both generations have in common, however, is the notion of sustainability.

It’s rather hard to keep track of the causes that matter when we’re preoccupied with staying afloat during the daily grind.

So for the next generation of woke zillennials, the new LiveBetter platform on the DBS digibank app is an efficient way to track your investments, contribute to social causes, and learn eco-living tips all in one place.

Donate to campaigns to help save pangolins & civet cats

In a post-pandemic world, the notion of pooling money to support those who need them the most has probably crossed your mind.

But for those of us caught up with work, we’d appreciate a convenient way to make a change in the lives of others, perhaps by contributing our spare change monthly.

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One of DBS LiveBetter’s features, Give Better, lets you monitor causes you care about and easily contribute to campaigns on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.

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There’s also an IGS-like feed with stories on campaigns like saving our baby civet cats, so you can understand the initiatives thoroughly before backing them.

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For transparency, the campaigns track and list contributions in SGD, so your effort to support the ‘Save the Pangolin’ movement will be verified.

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Rest assured that the funds will go directly to the organisations and/or recipients, and that the process is 100% official.

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FYI, you’ll also get to file for tax deductibles after contributing to charities.

The current list of charities and causes range from World Wildlife Fund (WWF) & ACRES to pledging meals for those who need them most via the FoodBank.

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Eco-warriors and activists take note, we can keep Singapore a green city, one tree – and one dollar – at a time.

Investing 101 tips & tracking of account deets or monthly spend

Banking apps serve more than one function these days.

Due to limited phone space – thank you 64GB storage and random dog videos – most of us are looking for that one super app that does it all.

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Via DBS’ Invest Better, besides tracking your monthly spending and bank balances, you can also glean insights on responsible investment decisions to expand …….


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