How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$888 can fund 2 weeks of dialysis sessions and you will be entitled with a Charity icon.
$150 can fund 1 dialysis session. Will you consider giving a little more?
$50 can fund 1 month of EPO medication to help anaemic patients.
$10 can fund 1 flu vaccine for our patients.
About Campaignends 31 Mar 2020, 11:59 PM
With its front leg perched on a ruyi scepter and its round belly resting upon countless coin towers, the "Fortune Pig" represents abundance and fortune, true to the traditional Chinese belief that pigs are a symbol of wealth.
The amber coloured "Fortune Pig" is semi-translucent and made from liuli, with intricate detailing that is sure to please. Resting upon a solid crystal base, the icon measures 16cm (L) x 11cm (W) x 16cm (H), and weighs approximately 3kg.
Be a part of KDF's life-saving mission by purchasing a Fortune Pig today. It will definitely be an auspicious addition to the home and workplace.
Event organisers may also show your support by allowing KDF to fundraise at your event.
Donations of $888 and above will be entitled to one charity icon. All donations are entitled to 2.5 times income tax deduction.
Contact Shelley at 6559 2653 or email [email protected] to find out more!
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.