How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Your S$50 donation will provide 3 days' worth of meals and transportation for a less privileged medical student.
Your S$100 donation will support a team of students for a terminally ill patient and his/her family to embark on a project to create a keepsake as parting gifts of sentiment for their loved ones.
Your S$200 donation will support a student to provide free door-to-door health screenings for about 15 low income elderly living in rental flats.
Your S$500 donation will provide a less privileged student an opportunity to pick up invaluable knowledge/experience from global practitioners through overseas learning conference.
About Campaignends 31 Dec 2017, 11:59 PM
The National University of Singapore, Faculty of Medicine Class of 1993, have set up this page on behalf of friends and colleagues who knew Dr Wong, in support of the SMA Charity Fund.
Dr Wong was a kind, caring and thoughtful person who always gave her best for her patients and for the medical profession.
Her legacy will be passed on to future generations of doctors through the spirit of giving.
Donations made towards SMA Charity Fund in Memory of Dr Wong Yu Yi will go directly to underprivileged medical students, supporting their basic living needs, to give them more time and opportunity to concentrate on their studies.
Thank you for your love and support.
The SMA Charity Fund (SMACF) was set up by the Singapore Medical Association (SMA) in 2013. A registered charity with IPC status, SMACF was created to further the works done under the SMA Medical Students' Assistance Fund, a bursary program established in 2007, to help underprivileged medical students in NUS Medicine. Together with many medical professionals and like-minded individuals, we are committed to the future of medicine in Singapore by ensuring that our medical students are able to pursue a career in medicine regardless of their socio-economic background. The bursary quantum has increased almost 40%, at $5,000 per academic year, continues to bring the glimmers of hope for these students from all 3 medical schools. The other principal activities of SMACF are health and public health-related education, promotion of volunteerism and recognizing mentorship.