Our Campaign Story

ends 31 Oct 2017, 11:59 PM

SingHealth President's Challenge (SHPC) is an annual fundraising campaign organised to raise funds for beneficiaries supported by the President's Challenge, an initiative by the President to bring the community together to do their part to help the less fortunate in Singapore.

The campaign provides a platform for SingHealth hospitals, national specialty centres and network of polyclinics to come together and support a national cause.

The theme for SHPC 2017 is "Healing Hands, Compassionate Hearts," to show that every member has a part to play in helping the community, and to strengthen the culture of giving from within.

Our adopted beneficiaries for President's Challenge 2017:
- Alzheimer's Disease Association
- KKH Health Fund
- Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped
- Singapore National Paralympic Council
- St Andrew's Mission Hospital

Donate and support the President's Challenge today!

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About The Charity

The President's Challenge is an annual community outreach and fundraising campaign for charities selected every year by the President's Office. It is a call to all Singaporeans in doing their part in building a more caring and inclusive society.

Initiated in 2000 by former President S R Nathan, the Challenge represents the coming together of people from all walks of life, to help the less fortunate. In 2012, under the leadership of former President Tony Tan Keng Yam, the Challenge was expanded to go beyond fundraising by including volunteerism and social

In 2018, President Halimah Yacob announced a $10 million fund (Empowering For Life Fund) which will empower vulnerable groups through skills upgrading, capacity-building and employment. Visit http://www.pc.org.sg/WhoWeSupport to find out about the benefiting organisations supported by President's Challenge this year. 100% of the donations received go towards the charities we support.


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