About Campaign

ends 31 Dec 2017, 11:59 PM
The inaugural Giving Tree started off as a small internal hospital fund raiser back in 2010 and has grown over the years with the help of generous donations from staff, individuals, corporations, foundations and sponsors.

In its 8th year, as we strive on with our mission to raise funds for our patients, we have also expanded our philanthropic outreach efforts to work with various corporate partners to introduce corporate volunteerism. These volunteers have dedicated their time and effort to bring joy and laughter to our patients during their stay at NUH.

We would like to encourage you to join us to making a difference in the lives of our patients by making a donation to NUHS Fund Limited Giving Tree 2017 in celebration of the festive season!

All proceeds will go towards all patients in need of financial aid!

About the Charity

Note: We would like to seek your understanding that the issuance of tax deductible / non-tax deductible receipts will be delayed due to the COVID-19 situation. Thank you and keep safe.

NUHS Fund Limited (NUHS Fund) is a Company Limited by Guarantee (CLG) and a registered charity with IPC status. The charity was set up by NUHS to promote medical research and development as well as provide health related services for the benefit of the Singapore Community. A key priority is to suppport the patients assessed to be in financial need to help them with their recovery journeys.

NUHS Fund relies on the support of benefactors and donors, and every dollar donated goes in its entirety* to support the beneficiaries in their recovery journeys.
*An exception being donations received by the Cancer Fund for a 2018 Gala Dinner, for which a portion was used to fund the event, as well as credit card donations received via GIVE.asia which incur administration charges that directly net off against donations received.

Website Link : https://www.nuhs.edu.sg/Make-a-Gift/Pages/NUHS-Fund.aspx

FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Community
Elderly
Health