About Campaign

ends 20 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM
Tan Tock Seng Hospital's Diversional Therapy Unit (DTU) is the longest-serving volunteer group in TTSH. The group of dedicated and talented women (mainly elderly) contributes by designing and creating handmade items that uplift the spirit of caregivers. From crochet items to costume jewellery and pouches and bags, DTU strives to bring together a better community through their creations.

For years, the DTU ladies have been meeting weekly for the handicraft-making sessions, and holding bi-monthly bazaars with proceeds (totaling close to $10,000) pledged to TTSH Community Fund.

However, Covid-19 halted these sessions, and fundraising for the charity has been adversely affected.

Your support means a lot to the DTU ladies.

Make a $50 donation today, and receive a handmade handicraft as a token of appreciation.

Fill in the online form at https://form.gov.sg/5fb225a2d6b43700119a01b0 to arrange for collection of your token of appreciation.

About the Charity

In keeping with Mr Tan Tock Seng's Legacy of Giving, Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) set up its charity arm, TTSH Community Fund, in August 1995 to improve the quality of life of our patients and the community.

Every year, our Charity disburses more than $2 million for our patient-centred programmes, and to support healthcare research, innovation and training for our staff and the community, to deliver better patient care.

From expensive non-standard medication and breathing equipment to mobility aids, community rehabilitation programmes, and even dentures to help them eat better, TTSH Community Fund helps needy patients with their out-of-pocket medical expenses so that they can gain greater independence, improve their quality of life and enable them to integrate back into the community.

Our Charity runs entirely on public donations. Every dollar to the Charity goes directly to support our activities. TTSH Community Fund is a registered charity with IPC status.

FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN

Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Community
Disability
Elderly
Health