About Campaign

ends 31 Oct 2020, 11:59 PM
En Xuan was born with kidney disease and her kidneys stopped working when she was in Primary 1. To sustain her life, she had to undergo home-based peritoneal dialysis, going to bed by 8pm every night to be hooked up to a machine for about 10 hours to filter waste products from her blood.

However, thanks to a transplant in 2016 - which is the best treatment option as the "replacement kidney" can substitute almost fully the lost functions of the failed kidneys - she has been leading a normal life like any other child. She can sleep better throughout the night without the machine disrupting her sleep and can shower more conveniently as she no longer has to cover up the catheter and redress the area. She can go out with her family and friends without any restrictions and has even travelled to Malaysia and Thailand!

Many other patients, including young ones, need dialysis to sustain their lives while they wait for a transplant. Come support them by giving them hope in celebration of Children's Day this year.

This charity drive is one of five initiatives under Project Hi-5! which features a series of 5 meaningful campaigns to benefit kidney failure patients.

Please note that photos and video were taken before the COVID-19 outbreak

About the Charity

The National Kidney Foundation (NKF) remains deeply committed to journeying with kidney failure patients every step of the way in their treatment and rehabilitative care, advocating kidney health to prevent kidney failure and making a difference in the renal landscape to benefit the community.

Your support will give Life & Hope to kidney failure patients!


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Children & Youth

The National Kidney Foundation, Contact Person