Our Campaign Story

ends 09 Dec 2022, 11:59 PM

Cleo is a 3 year old toddler who is raising funds for the KK Health Fund, run by the KK Women's and Children's Hospital. If you're here because you received a card from Cleo, or even if you're just browsing on giving.sg, we hope you will donate to give a little ray of hope to those in need!

The Fund helps patients in need of financial assistance for their medical expenses. All funds raised through this campaign will go towards KKHHF General Fund, supporting needy patients, research and education.

About The Charity

Because every woman and child deserves good health...

"Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance." (United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Here at KK Women's and Children's Hospital, we believe that every woman and child deserves good health. The KKH Health Fund (KKHHF) raises funds to help needy patients, who very often have exhausted all options and are in need of financial assistance, for their medical expenses. The fund also supports education, research and disease prevention programmes targeted at improving women's and children's health.

As KKHHF is totally dependent on donations, on behalf of the patients, we thank the generous donors who have literally saved lives by enabling the fund to continue with its work of giving financial support to needy patients.

You can be a part of this life-saving cause; we appeal to you for your kind and generous support*.

*All donations received are managed by SingHealth Fund (SHF), an institution of Public Character (UEN 201624016E). Donations must be received by Giving.sg for processing by 31 December 2022 for your 2022 donations to be eligible for a 250% tax deduction of the gift value in YA2023. Donations received after 31 December of the current year will be processed for tax deduction in the following year instead. Thank you for your understanding.

Website Link: https://www.kkh.com.sg/KKHHF

FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Disability
Health
Women & Girls