About Campaign

ends 25 Apr 2023, 11:59 PM
Every day about 6 new patients are diagnosed with blood disorders in Singapore.

Blood disorders can affect both adults and children. 40% of childhood cancer patients suffer from leukaemia, the most common cancer among children.

Every year, we have about 2,000 new cases of blood cancers, including leukaemia and lymphoma in Singapore. Common non-cancerous blood disorders like anemia, thalassemia, bleeding disorders, hemophilia and blood clots can also cause blood cells to function abnormally and may lead to severe illness and diseases.

Gifts to B.R.I.E.F will impact many patients and their families, in Singapore and beyond.

Led by a group of very dedicated clinician researchers, innovators and educators, B.R.I.E.F. supports initiatives to further efforts in the study and treatment of blood disorders.

Will you donate to accelerate the discovery and possible new treatments for thousands of people affected by blood disorders?

100% of your gift will go towards uncovering novel treatment approaches, enable better understanding of the science behind blood diseases, and improve education programmes for our patients and caregivers. There is no amount too small. What's more - double the impact on your gift as all qualifying donations to BRIEF will enjoy 1:1 government matching.

Eligible donations also will enjoy 250% tax deductions that are automatically included in the donor's IRAS tax assessment. If you need a receipt, please email [email protected]

About the Charity

The SGH Health Development Fund supports the promotion, development and provision of health related services to benefit the Singapore community at large. These initiatives include assistance to patients in need, and advances in medical research and education to improve patient care. SGH Health Development Fund is part of SingHealth Fund, (UEN 201624016E) an Institution of a Public Character. All donations received are managed and administered by SingHealth Fund


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