About Campaign

ends 19 Nov 2021, 11:59 PM
This year marks the 69th year of the establishment of Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution (SCHMI). Over the years, SCHMI has undergone countless changes and reforms, but we have never given up on our mission of providing subsidized TCM treatment and medicines to help the sick. Today, our headquarters resides in Toa Payoh and our four branches are in Joo Chiat, Woodlands, Bukit Panjang, and Yishun. On average, a total of 1,000 patients visits SCHMI every day, many of whom receive fully or partially subsidized treatment from us. However, due to the epidemic, the donations we received have dropped by 60% in the past two years. This has led to insufficient funds and difficultly in our operation. On October 24th, we will be broadcasting the "SCHMI 69th Anniversary - Night of Culture and Art" live on Facebook to raise medical funds for the patients of SCHMI. Please join us in spreading the love by donating generously to help the vast number of our poor patients.

About the Charity

Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution is an IPC. In addition to the Head Quarter in Toa Payoh, there are four other branches across the island, to which more than a thousand of patients come daily to seek medical attention and services. Over the past 60 years, Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution has made significant contributions to the medical service and health care for the people of all races and nationalities. Our motto is : Everybody, regardless of his/her economic status or race or nationality, is entitled to receive quality medical and health care services at our institution. Guided by this conviction, we strive for a high quality of medical service. In order to maintain operations, Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution organizes various fundraising programmes yearly. We earnestly hope that you or your company will regularly show your support. If you are able and willing to offer a donation, please make your credit card donation to Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution through SG Gives.


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