Our Campaign Story

ends 31 Dec 2022, 11:59 PM

Mercy Tabucuran Quinn donated one of her kidneys to save the life of a friend 20 years ago.
This year she will run the standard Chartered Singapore Marathon to raise funds for the NKF Project 2000 appeal.

About Campaign

Living with kidney failure is a difficult path to walk alone.

How can we as a community do our part to help kidney failure patients in their courageous journey towards rehabilitation?

You can show your love by supporting Project 2000 to provide lifelines for our patients.

Through this project, we hope to raise $400,000 to provide 20 new dialysis machines, which are critical in sustaining the lives of dialysis patients. Each machine can benefit 6 patients who are on dialysis 3 times a week, each time for about 4 hours.

Join us in gifting our patients a better tomorrow!

Your donation will be entitled to a tax-deduction of 2.5 times the donated amount and Tote Board will provide matching contribution of 40% of your donation, up to $100,000.


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About The Charity

The National Kidney Foundation (NKF) is currently supporting more than 5,300 kidney failure patients, about two-thirds of the national kidney failure patient population. Our patients are of the lower income group. Treating a patient costs over $2,000 a month, however, the treatment our patients receive is highly subsidised, with 76% paying $50 or less a month out-of-pocket.

NKF remains committed to journeying with our patients every step of the way in their treatment and rehabilitative care, advocating kidney health to prevent kidney failure and making a difference in the renal landscape to benefit the community.

Partner us in giving Life & Hope to our patients now!

All donations received through Giving.sg will be channelled to NKF General Fund, which will be used to provide subsidised dialysis treatment and holistic care for our patients.

To view our financial statements, please visit our corporate website at https://nkfs.org/about-us/annual-reports/

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Community
Elderly
Health