About Campaign

ends 28 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM
Bring hope to our patients in the New Year! Join the NNI 'One Heart, One Mind' Hope Hamper Draw to raise funds to support our patients in financial need, support research initiatives, advance education in neuroscience and other unmet needs.

Make a minimum donation of $4 to the NNI Fund to stand a chance to win a hamper worth $80 and more! Please note that the minimum donation via giving.sg is $10. To donate any amount less than $10, visit www.nni.com.sg/events/hope-hamper-draw to give via PayNow and find out more about the hampers up for grabs!

Draw ends on 28 Dec 2020, 6pm.

Draw for winners on 29 Dec 2020, 5pm at National Neuroscience Institute @ TTSH.
Winners list will be published on www.nni.com.sg/giving. and winners will be notified on 30 Dec 2020.
Each participant is entitled to win only one hamper.

Proceeds go towards NNI Fund (part of SingHealth Fund, UEN no. 201624016E) for Patient Care, Research, Education and other unmet needs for dementia, Parkinson diseases and other disabling brain, nerve, muscle and spine conditions.

Donations are not eligible for tax deduction.

About the Charity

Transform Lives. Improve Care.

National Neuroscience Institute (NNI) cares for close to 80% of the nation's patients for conditions affecting the brain, spine, nerves and muscles. These conditions change people's lives forever. Some patients lose control of their body functions. Others suffer memory loss. Eventually, many lose both.

The World Health Organisation predicts that by 2040, neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia and Parkinson's disease will overtake cancer to become the second leading cause of death after cardiovascular disease.* We need your help to stop these diseases from shattering more lives.

Together, we can do more by subsidising needy patients to relieve them from financial worries, funding ground-breaking research to transform care and advancing education in neuroscience to improve healthcare outcomes - to offer our patients hope in their fight to live.

*Neurological and Sense Disorders Taskforce. (2017). Neurological Sense Disorders Taskforce Report (p.2). National Medical Research Council Singapore. Retrieved from https://www.nmrc.gov.sg/docs/default-source/about-us-library/nstf-summary-report.pdf

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CONTACT US

NNI Corporate Development, Contact Person