About Campaign

ends 30 Apr 2022, 11:59 PM
We are a group of EM residents and DUKE-NUS students from the Disaster Volunteer Corps.

The Disaster Volunteer Corps (DVC) was started in 2019 by A/Prof R Ponampalam with the objectives of developing a core curriculum to promulgate knowledge of disaster medicine, promoting the awareness of disaster management and response among students and physicians, advancing and furthering research in disaster medicine and developing and participating in community outreach programs in Disaster and Crisis Management to enhance community preparedness and resilience.

We aim to clock a total of 600 KM in support of the Emergency Medicine Academic Clinical Programme (EMACP) and we hope to raise $500 for EMACP.

Your gift will be used to:
- Accelerate research and make ground-breaking discoveries to tackle time-sensitive emergency conditions
- Enable both academic and clinical champions to lead the development of frameworks in the (1) identification of medical needs, (2) research into new models of care (3) provide enabling age-friendly clinical environment
- Develop cutting-edge innovations and techniques enabling Emergency Medicine to be future-ready
- Enhance risk stratification and care for elderly patients presenting with high-acuity and high complexity conditions

You may also extend your support by being part of Changi Run 2022:

About the Charity

According to World Health Organisation, "better health is central to human happiness and well-being."This is why Changi General Hospital (CGH) strongly believes in improving the health of our community.

As part of our continued efforts, CGH Health Fund (CGHHF)* was set up to create a network of support for needy patients, and advance medical knowledge through education, research and innovation.

Your contributions to CGHHF will propel CGH's vision of being a caring hospital, driven by passion and clinical excellence. After all, it is your generosity that empowers patients, saves lives, and even shapes the future of our healthcare.

All donations received under CGHHF will be managed by SingHealth Fund (SHF), an institution of a Public Character (UEN 201624016E). Donations must be received by Giving.sg for processing by 31 December 2021 for your 2021 donations to be eligible for a 250% tax deduction of the gift value in YA2021. Donations received after 31 December 2021 will be processed for tax deduction in the following year instead. Thank you for your understanding.

*Please note that CGH Health Fund was previously known as Changi Health Fund.


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