About Campaign

ends 31 May 2023, 11:59 PM
The recovery journey can be a stressful experience for some. Long hospital stays can make patients feel lonely and isolated, while constantly worrying about their health can result in patients experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety.
In times where our patients' outlook may seem grey, a Blossom of Hope could be what they need.
Staff from SingHealth Community Hospitals (SCH) started the Blossoms of Hope campaign to support and provide encouragement to our patients on their recovery journey. The Blossoms of Hope aims to raise funds and further enhance the experience of our patients in SCH.
Partnering with Knots with Love FHG, an interest group of crocheting enthusiasts, staff at SCH aims to complete more than 100 crochet sunflowers for our patients in the hopes of raising $10,000 to go towards the SCH Health Fund to support our needy patients on their journey to recovery.
In SCH, more than half of our patients receive the maximum government subsidies for their medical expenses. However, these subsidies may not be sufficient for our needy patients who may require assistance in other areas aside from their medical bills. The SCH Health Fund helps provide interim financial assistance for patients in other areas such as transport costs, medical supplies and necessities, to aid them in their recovery journey.
You can play a part in our patients' recovery journey by pledging a donation to support the efforts of our SCH staff and Knots with Love FHG.

About the Charity

SingHealth Community Hospitals (SCH) comprises Bright Vision Community Hospital, Outram Community Hospital and Sengkang Community Hospital, where the focus goes beyond healthcare to health. As a connector between different stages of recovery, SCH works to improve care transition for patients - planning their healthcare journey in hospital, while partnering community stakeholders to support patients and their caregivers so that they remain active and healthy after their discharge.

The three community hospitals under SCH provide sub-acute, rehabilitative, and palliative care, and have a total bed capacity of 1,100.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Social Service

SCH Development Office, Contact Person