About Campaign

ends 30 Sep 2021, 11:59 PM
Do they exercise enough? Do they have enough food and medication? If they are sick, who brings them to see doctors? When they are stress, who listens to them? When they pass on, who takes care of their funeral?

While many elderly have family dependents to take care of them, there are still many who are not as fortunate. It's even saddening that some elderly don't have dependents to send them off in their last journey. Our Caring Heart Program is set up to actively look at elderly that fall between the social net, listen to them, identify their needs, and actively engage them to manage their holistic wellness - health, mental and financial

With the onslaught of COVID-19 pandemic, as the pandemic persists, these elderly who are lonely and highly vulnerable are facing greater on-going concerns in their life. One particular concern is their well-being, and abilities to secure critical items such as masks, sanitizers, groceries, and medications during this period.

As such, we step up on our Caring Heart Program to reach out to our 784 elderly, calling them regularly, persuaded them to stay healthy. With that, we have organised a walking challenge with prizes, gifts to motivate and encourage them to walk out and come to us to get it.

Therefore, we earnestly seek your kind donations to support our Walking Challenge. Every cent and thoughts count.

About Us,

Nam Hong Welfare Service Society is a truly community-based IPC charity registered with MOH. our UEN:T07SS0086D.

About the Charity

Nam Hong Welfare Service Society is a truly community based charity registered with MOH, providing free TCM medical treatment for the disadvantaged, as well as, home visits, ration and free funeral service for the elderly, regardless of race and religion. It also offers bursary to students from low-income families.

Medical costs in Singapore have been rising, and Nam Hong fills a service gap by providing free yet effective medical services to help the low-income take care of their healthcare needs. The Society operates a TCM clinic in Yishun.

Nam Hong also provides ration to around 800 disadvantaged families every year. It periodically conducts home visits and helps disadvantaged elderly resolve problems faced in their daily life. Free funeral service is provided for the disadvantaged to relieve their worries about afterlife matters.

Nam Hong does not receive funding from any institutions, and solely depends on public donation to sustain its charitable services. We look forward to your generous contribution to enable us to continue with our mission of helping the disadvantaged elderly.


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