About Campaign

ends 27 Oct 2018, 11:59 PM
The Institute of Mental Health (IMH) marks its 90th anniversary in 2018 as Singapore's only tertiary psychiatric care institution. To celebrate this major milestone, IMH is organising a Charity Concert to raise funds for the Woodbridge Hospital Charity Fund (WHCF).

The one-night concert, on 27 October at the Esplanade Concert Hall, is produced by Fly Entertainment and will feature local celebrities such as Joanna Dong, Nikki Muller, Broadway Beng, Audrey Luo and more, in a battle of Jazz-pop against Getai.

Support us by making a donation or buying tickets to the concert! Tickets are priced at $200, $150, $100, $80, $60 and $30 (excludes SISTIC booking fee and applicable discounts).


The WHCF is managed by IMH and supports various programmes to help patients, caregivers and children of patients, better cope with the impact of mental illness. These programmes range from vocational rehabilitation and social support for patients, to caregiver workshops and resilience camps for children of patients. The WHCF also supports research on mental health to inform on policies and the development of services. Each year, more than 1,000 of our patients and their families benefit from the various programmes that the fund supports.

About the Charity

The Woodbridge Hospital Charity Fund is an Institution of a Public Character and a registered charity, Charity Registration Number HEF0065G, under the purview of the Ministry of Health. The Woodbridge Hospital Charity Fund makes a tangible difference to the lives of more than a thousand long-stay patients and more than 40,000 outpatients at the Institute of Mental Health. All donations will be eligible for 250% tax deduction.


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