How Your Donation Makes a Difference
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$50 can fund 1 month of EPO medication to help anaemic patients.
$150 can fund 1 dialysis session. Will you consider giving a little more?
$200 can buy 11 dialysers (artificial kidneys), a key component of dialysis.
About Campaignends 15 Jan 2020, 11:59 PM
The charity calendar project has been an annual tradition of the Foundation, and for the year 2020, we are proud to present to you a desk calendar which takes you back in time to Singapore in the 1930s and 1940s.
The calendar features beautifully drawn human illustrations inspired by the "Old Shanghai" style, with vintage elements bringing out a nostalgic vibe and references to old Singapore. The desk calendar measures 18cm (W) by 26cm (L), which is approximately the size of an A4 paper. This ensures that there is ample space between the dates for you to write down any important events. Each calendar is priced at $10, and a bulk discount of 15% will be extended to orders of 50 copies and above.
Customisation requests to include your corporate logo or add an advertisement page would also possible but would be subject to an additional charge and a minimum order.
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 15% 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.