How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Your generous donation of $50 will help defray the average cost of one-way ambulance ride for a chronic sick patient's TCU treatment.
Your generous donation of $100 can provide two-weeks supply of diapers for a chronic sick patient.
Your generous donation of $150 can provide one-month supply of milk feed for a resident on tube-feeding.
Your generous donation of $200 can provide one-month supply of diapers for a chronic sick patient.
About Campaignends 28 Feb 2021, 11:59 PM
An unprecedented year as we adapt to living with the coronavirus while continuing our delivery of care across our facilities.
COVID-19 has altered daily routines and disrupted family interactions in our nursing homes. As we adapt to the new normal, let us not forget what this pandemic has taught us. To love, to listen, to care, to respect and to help.
While every bit of our resilience during this challenging time goes to ensure that our patients, residents and clients remain safe under our care, your kind donation will go a long way to support the psychosocial needs of our nursing home residents, giving them the hope to embrace a new normal through your loving kindness and compassion.
As we head towards the season of giving this Christmas and Lunar New Year 2021, you can spread heart and hope to our seniors. In return, for every donations received, the seniors will be folding heart-shaped origami for an art installation at Ren Ci Community Hospital.
Let your act of giving grows the tree of heart and hope!
About the Charity
The roots of Ren Ci traced back to 1994 with the primary mission of providing affordable medical, nursing and rehabilitative care services for the community, living to its name of "compassion" and "benevolence". This is driven by the principle of serving all with loving kindness and compassion, regardless of background, race and religion.
Most of the long-staying residents in our nursing homes come from low income families, while some are destitute. Suffering from multiple chronic medical conditions, their long-term healthcare needs have been draining them financially. While majority of the patients are either wheelchair bound or bedridden, they still long to return to their loved ones someday.