About Campaign

ends 28 Feb 2022, 11:59 PM
Diagnosed with Trisomy 13, a rare genetic disorder, baby Noah passed on 8 hours after birth.

"Little Kapal" was written by his parents, Mey and Damien, from baby Noah's perspective of his adventures on earth.

Through this book, they want to pass on the message of hope and love for financially disadvantaged families with children who have liver and/or rare conditions.

As a token of appreciation, one hardcover book will be mailed to you for donations of $50 and above.*
If you would like to have more than one book, please email [email protected] with these details:
1. Giving.sg donation confirmation email
2. Number of books you would like to have

Quantity of books are limited and will be mailed to donors on a first come first served basis.

*Please indicate your mailing address upon donation through Giving.sg in order for us to mail the book to you. All information provided will be kept confidential and will only be used for the purposes of this fundraiser.

All proceeds will be directed towards NUH Children's Liver and Rare Diseases Fund.

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.

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

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Community
Families
Health