How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Provides 2 kidney patients with a set of needles and bloodlines each for their dialysis sessions
Provides a kidney patient with travel expenses assistance to and fro the dialysis centre for a month
Supplies a malnourished kidney patient with about 5 weeks of nutritional supplements
Provides a kidney patient with about 1 month's supply of Artificial Kidneys (dialysers) to filter waste products and excess water during dialysis
Our Campaign Storyends 31 Mar 2022, 11:59 PM
Delay your procrastination, avoid kidney failure.
We are a Year 3 Community Problem Solving group from Raffles Girls' School (Secondary) that hopes to promote better time management and reduce procrastination among youths. Our mission is to promote emotional regulation and self-management in the youth community so as to counter their tendency to procrastinate.
We are supporting The National Kidney Foundation (NKF) in this fundraising campaign as kidney failure is becoming increasingly prevalent in Singapore. Early detection and intervention is key in stemming this worsening trend.
We hope to play our part by conducting a free workshop, Conquer Your Procrastination to encourage people to become more proactive and mindful in leading a healthier lifestyle , so that they can minimise the possibility of suffering from kidney failure.
Join us on 12 Mar (Sat), 10am to 11am, to learn how you can take charge of your kidney health and not fall prey to kidney failure, or support us by making a donation NOW!
Zoom link: https://moe-singapore.zoom.us/j/84056162193
Meeting ID: 840 5616 2193
Youtube: Project Expeditus
Kidney We Care: Let's Revolutionise! (KWCLR) is back! Happening from 28 February to 13 March 2022, KWCLR is a hybrid charity event helmed by volunteers and partners to urge the nation not to sugar coat the silent killer, kidney disease.
The event aims to continue to heighten community awareness about kidney disease and to bring forth a new wave of kidney health advocates. There will be virtual activities comprising a plethora of engaging workshops, insightful webinars and electrifying performances initiated by our volunteers and partners as well as outreach & fundraising booths to encourage members of the public to contribute and participate for a good cause. Through this event, we hope to raise $50,000 to provide subsidised treatment and holistic care for our patients.
The Covid-19 situation has brought about unprecedented challenges for both NKF and our patients. The disease has placed our patients at higher risk due to their weaker immune systems. Just as worrying, about 5.5 individuals are diagnosed with kidney failure every day and the number of new cases has increased by about 60% over the past 10 years. With NKF serving over 5,000 of them, the financial burden on NKF is a heavy one, as it costs over $25,000 a year to treat and care for a kidney patient. However, with you and the community's generous support, we are able to keep treatment affordable and available to all who need it.
Find out more about our event at https://www.instagram.com/kwc.letsrevolutionise/
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/