How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Thank you for donating 120 dollars. ($120 will help to provide a day hospice care for one patient which covers the cost of two-way transport and meals.)
Thank you for donating 300 dollars. ($300 will help to provide an adult patient with one home hospice visit.)
Thank you for donating 3,300 dollars. ($3,300 will help to support an adult patient's home care for a year)
Our Campaign Storyends 18 Oct 2016, 11:59 PM
I am doing my 1st 43 km run and am doing what I can to raise funds and awareness for HCA Hospice Care.
Please garner your support for me as i shall be taking part in the upcoming Craze Ultra on 3-4 September 2016. I am dedicating this run to raise funds for HCA Hospice Care.
The funds raised through this event will supplement the funding received from the Ministry of Health and the National Council of Social Services. We very much look forward to your support for Lucille Lim, a member of the Trailblazers100 of HCA Hospice Care.
About The Charity
HCA Hospice Care (HCA) is Singapore's largest home hospice provider and has been a registered charity since 1989. The organisation provides comfort and support to patients with life-limiting illnesses regardless of age, religion, ethnicity, nationality and financial status.
We understand the medical and psychological needs of patients, caregivers and their families. By managing our patients pain and other symptoms with specialised care and support, we enable them to spend their last days at home, in comfort and dignity, with their families and loved ones.
Additionally, we care for the caregivers by providing them with psychosocial support, practical training, and advice at all hours with our 24/7 hotline.
As all our services including home hospice service for adults are provided free-of-charge to all patients under our care, we rely on donations to support what we believe is a basic right: to die with dignity.
With your contribution and commitment to helping us, we are confident of achieving our goal to adding life to the days of patients with life-limiting illnesses.