About Campaign

ends 17 May 2023, 11:59 PM
Auntie Daisy*, a centenarian, is a resident at Bright Hill Evergreen Home (BHEH). She came to our care more than 11 years ago after a debilitating stroke. At BHEH, with our Person-Centred Care approach, Auntie Daisy enjoys holistic care, with physiotherapy, emotional care and round the clock nursing care.
With the on-going digitalisation of our Home's processes including the direct care processes, like the physiotherapy and the social work processes, the undivided attention and care Auntie Daisy and other elderly residents receive are further enhanced.
This is especially crucial with the recent doubling of our bed capacity to 436.
With our care, Auntie Daisy continues to be active and optimistic. She feels assured that her daily needs are taken care of.
This campaign is to raise funds to support the daily operational needs of our Home. Please donate generously so that Auntie Daisy and other elderly residents at BHEH will continue to age in dignity and respect, in a safe and comfortable environment.

*name has been changed.

This campaign is supported by the dollar-to-dollar matching from the Tote Board and the Government. Your donation is doubled!

About the Charity

Bright Hill Evergreen Home is a 436-bedded, accredited non-profit nursing home providing quality health care and shelter for the disadvantaged and aged sick, regardless of race, language or religion. We aim at alleviating their hardships through holistic nursing and medical care.

We believe that our residents should enjoy life to the fullest encompassing gracious and healthy living, at the same time minimizing ill health and retaining maximum use of their physical and mental faculties.

Our Home started out at Bright Hill Road on 3 July 1983 providing residential care to 180 residents before shifting to our current location at 100 Punggol Field on 8 March 2013. It has been granted Institutions of Public Character (IPC) tax-exempt status since 15 June 1993.

We provide high quality round-the-clock nursing care to residents by professionally trained nurses, assistant nurses, nursing aides and healthcare attendants.


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