About Campaign

ends 30 Sep 2020, 11:59 PM
Diabetes is the fourth most common condition among polyclinic patients, with 1 in 9 Singapore residents aged 18 to 69 years affected by the condition.

COVID-19 has taken a heavy toll on livelihoods and affected many of our polyclinics' patients, especially those with diabetes and other chronic conditions that require long-term treatments.

On the eve of Singapore's National Day, the MAD (Move Againast Diabetes) Physio Team consisting of 5 physiotherapists from Punggol, Bedok and Tampines Polyclinic will be raising funds for the needy patients across 8 SingHealth Polyclinics* through a 55km-hike around Singapore, passing by different polyclinics. Joining them partially are another 3 teams of doctors, dentists, nurses and administrators from Punggol Polyclinics.

Being at the frontline of primary healthcare services, we witness many patients with no means to pay for the essential medical treatments they need. This National Day, as we continue our fight against COVID-19 and keep the communities safe, we hope to play a part in helping some of our needy fellow Singaporeans.

Support the MAD Hike now! Make a pledge of $5, $10, $55 or any amount for every kilometre the MAD Teams hike. Your donations will enable disadvantaged patients of SingHealth Polyclinics to receive the medical care they need. Together, let's build A Stronger Singapore!

About the Charity

SingHealth Fund (SHF) was incorporated on 2 September 2016 as a Company Limited by Guarantee to operate charity funds for SingHealth. SHF champions research, education and clinical care causes in SingHealth and its institutions through its six Institution Fund Committees (IFC) to unleash the potential of Medicine to enable better health for future generations.

Funds raised by SHF will address and bridge the gaps between existing government grants and support schemes for medical research, education and clinical care to empower researchers, educators and clinicians to accelerate breakthroughs, fuel innovation and nurture future generations of healthcare leaders to bring about better health for our patients and community, now and in the future.

As an Institution of Public Character (IPC), SHF is committed to maintaining highest standards of governance and abides by the Code of Governance for Charities and IPC. Every donation to SHF is managed strictly in accordance with the donor's intent for use in support of the respective causes.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.


Helen Li, Contact Person