Our Campaign Story

ends 31 Aug 2021, 11:59 PM

My mother's kidneys failed in the early Noughties. We could not find a dialysis centre with an opening near home. The KDF was able to make one slot available to her even though the trip to bring her to Kreta Ayer from Telok Kurau was exhausting. After about four months, we were able to make better, permanent arrangements for her, until she passed away. I'm asking all my friends to help out, ANY amount is good. I'm doing the 25km Walk over 10 Days 6 to 15 August (watch me!)

About Campaign

Kidney disease is a life-long condition that is physically and financially exhausting. This can be prevented by leading an active lifestyle.

As KDF marks 25 years of serving the needy, join us as we complete 25KM in 10 days to advocate for the importance of kidney health, and raise funds to continue providing subsidised dialysis for our underprivileged patients who come from the lowest 10% income tier in Singapore.

Step up to a healthier you! Donate generously today.

For all partnership or further enquiries, please contact Triston Siew at [email protected]

About The Charity

The Kidney Dialysis Foundation (KDF) is an independent non-profit organisation which provides subsidised dialysis treatment to needy members of the community.

We support those whose income falls into the lowest 10% income bracket in Singapore, ensuring that this vulnerable group of patients will not be deprived of treatment as a result of their financial situation.

We currently run three haemodialysis centres at Bishan, Chinatown and Ghim Moh, serving about 340 patients annually. At least $4 million is needed yearly to continue KDF's life-saving mission.

All donations to KDF will be eligible for tax deduction as we are a IPC registered charity.

*Impact statements listed above are for illustrative purposes only. All donations received through this page will be channelled into the KDF general fund, which covers patients' dialysis treatment, public education, research and other operating expenses.

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Community
Elderly
Health
Social Service