How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Your donation will help to fund ONE basic care package with essential items for ONE palliative care organisation in the Asia Pacific region!
Your donation will help to fund TWO basic care packages with essential items as well as postage costs for TWO palliative care organisations in the Asia Pacific region!
Your donation will help to fund FOUR basic care packages with essential items as well as postage costs for FOUR palliative care organisations in the Asia Pacific region!
Your donation will help to fund EIGHT basic care packages with essential items as well as postage costs for EIGHT palliative care organisations in the Asia Pacific region!
About Campaignends 31 Oct 2021, 11:59 PM
Read about it here: https://aphn.org/our-campaigns/
COVID-19 is far from over and we would like to continue supporting our front line workers with our COVID-19 Care Packages 2.0 project!
The APHN Covid-19 Care Packages were designed as a morale booster for palliative care workers in the Asia Pacific region working at the frontline during this Covid-19 pandemic.
The care package will contain various essential items such as: surgical masks, snacks, vitamins, with notes of encouragement to show our support for their selfless sacrifice during this period. (Items per package may vary depending on the need of the region)
Majority of donations received will go towards purchasing items for the care package as well as postage. Any unused collected donations will go towards projects to advocate and promote palliative care. If you wish to donate items directly, please feel free to contact us via email at [email protected]
*Cost of each package may vary due to the difference in shipping costs to different regions.
About the Charity
The Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network (APHN) is the regional umbrella body dedicated to promoting hospice and palliative care in Asia and the Pacific.
Our purpose is to empower and support organisations and individuals committed to alleviating suffering from life-threatening illness.
We promote education and skills development, enhance awareness and communication, and foster research and collaboration. We encourage established programmes to assist less experienced and more isolated colleagues.