How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Your $10 donation provides training for 1 Pri 5 student to take part in the BP Initiative @ Schools, a programme that aims to raise awareness on the importance of having good blood pressure readings.
Your $30 donation funds 1 session of highly subsidised cardiac rehabilitation, which is currently 85% subsidised by SHF.
Your $50 donation provides transport allowance for 1 needy heart patient who might require frequent and urgent visits to the hospital for medical treatment and emergency relief.
Your $120 donation provides CPR + AED training (blended learning) for 2 pax, increasing the pool of individuals who are trained to respond to cardiac arrests cases and thus improving survival rates.
About Campaignends 31 Mar 2021, 11:59 PM
Captain Hugo is a loyal defender of SHF's mission in promoting heart health, preventing and reducing disability and death due to cardiovascular diseases and stroke
Amidst these difficult times, Captain Hugo strives to support SHF's work in building a heart-healthier nation and he could use more helping hands!
Together, let us become stronger as we stride steadily towards the emerging rainbow!
With love, Singapore Heart Foundation
About the Charity
The death toll from COVID-19 continues to rise at an alarming rate, and early studies have confirmed that those who suffer from heart disease and diabetes appear to be more vulnerable in becoming severely ill with the virus. This reinforces the importance of taking care of one's heart health. As you self-isolate and spend more time at home, we urge you to take care of your heart health. At the same time, we appeal to your generosity and hope that you can support by donating.
The Singapore Heart Foundation (SHF) is a social service agency at the forefront of the battle against heart diseases in Singapore.
Since its inception in 1970, SHF is constantly promoting good heart health so as to prevent cardiovascular disease later in life, via life-saving & community outreach programmes. At the same time, the Foundation also provides financial assistance to needy heart patients through the Heart Support Fund.
The funds raised are used by SHF for its operations and life-saving programmes aimed at promoting preventive measures against heart disease to the public; supporting community-based research aimed at gaining a better understanding of the landscape of heart disease in Singapore; getting more people trained in CPR+AED; providing rehabilitative and preventive care for recovering heart patients and at-risk individuals; as well as offering financial assistance to needy heart patients for emergency relief and treatment.
For more information, visit www.myheart.org.sg.