About Campaign

ends 13 Jul 2022, 11:59 PM
Our son, Felix Bell, passed away in June from an unrecognised heart condition. He left this earth way too soon, he was an amazing son, brother and friend to all. Felix was full of life, befitting the meaning of his name "Happy-Go Lucky". He was born in Singapore 14 years ago, with a dual nationality of Dutch and Australian, a Singapore PR and a love for all three countries. He loved his sport and was very active in encouraging us as a family and his friends to join in. Felix believed no one should be left behind and was keen to ensure that those around him were ok, whether his family, friends, classmates or teammates on the field, whoever you were, if he could help, he would!

To that end we wanted to establish a programme that would ensure Felix's spirit would live on and that he would be remembered through his desire to help others. Paediatric care seemed like a great way to represent the caring and helpful aspect of Felix and rehabilitation for children through exercise represents his love for being active and ensuring others can live as full a life as possible. As such, we are establishing the Felix Bell Paediatric Critical Care Programme Fund under the SingHealth Duke-NUS Paediatrics Academic Clinical Programme which will enable us to improve paediatric survivors overall health outcomes for life. We hope that you can help us realise this outcome through this programme and join us in remembering Felix for who he aspired to be and encouraged others to follow.

About the Charity

Because every woman and child deserves good health...

"Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance." (United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Here at KK Women's and Children's Hospital, we believe that every woman and child deserves good health. The KKH Health Fund (KKHHF) raises funds to help needy patients, who very often have exhausted all options and are in need of financial assistance, for their medical expenses. The fund also supports education, research and disease prevention programmes targeted at improving women's and children's health.

As KKHHF is totally dependent on donations, on behalf of the patients, we thank the generous donors who have literally saved lives by enabling the fund to continue with its work of giving financial support to needy patients.

You can be a part of this life-saving cause; we appeal to you for your kind and generous support*.

*All donations received are managed by SingHealth Fund (SHF), an institution of Public Character (UEN 201624016E). Donations must be received by Giving.sg for processing by 31 December 2022 for your 2022 donations to be eligible for a 250% tax deduction of the gift value in YA2023. Donations received after 31 December of the current year will be processed for tax deduction in the following year instead. Thank you for your understanding.

Website Link: https://www.kkh.com.sg/KKHHF


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