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Making a Gift

There are many different causes and programmes that you can support through KKHHF. Click here to find out more.

Partner us in this life-saving cause and make a tax-deductible gift today. Give via

  • KKHHF Donation Form
    (Click here to view a sample copy of a completed GIRO form for monthly donations. Please note that you should also fill up the donation form to provide us with your details.)
  • Any AXS Machine (Please select: Community > KKHHF)

*Note: Tax deduction is given for donations made in the preceding year. To qualify for tax deduction for the current Year of Assessment, all donations must be received for processing by 30 December of the current year.

Donations received after 30 December of the current year will be processed for tax deduction in the following year instead. Thank you for your understanding
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Because every woman and child deserves good health...

“Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance.” (United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Here at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, we believe that every woman and child deserves good health. The KKH Health Fund (KKHHF) raises funds to help needy patients, who very often have exhausted all options and are in need of financial assistance, for their medical treatment. The fund also supports education, research and disease prevention programmes targeted at women’s and children’s health.

As KKHHF is totally dependent on donations, on behalf of the patients, we thank the generous donors who have literally saved lives by enabling the fund to continue with its work of giving financial support to needy patients.

You can be a part of this life-saving cause; we appeal to you for your kind and generous support.

Where does your money go?

To help needy patients.

Each year more than $1 million from the KKHHF goes towards helping patients. We hope that by easing the financial burden of these patients who are sick and poor, they can focus on getting well and back on their feet.

Some of the patients that we are helping:

5-year old Cindy* was diagnosed with Biliary Atresia, and has been put on the waiting list for a liver transplant. The extended family support is poor. Cindy’s grandfather suffers from dementia and relies on Cindy’s mother. Both parents work very hard to support the needs of the family and to provide a better life for their two children. At one point, Cindy’s mother had to take on two jobs, to earn some extra income for the family. A lot of time and energy is also spent on bringing Cindy to and from the hospital for her follow-ups. KKHHF provided financial assistance to the family for Cindy’s special milk diet and medication, amounting to about $13,000 for a year.

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Kenny* was diagnosed with Rickets when he was just three years old. Being the only child of a single-parent family, his mother had to work, leaving him in his grandmother’s care. Kenny’s condition required medication every four hours to prevent his legs from turning inwards in a bow-legged manner. With dedicated care from his grandmother, Kenny did well until he came down with a rare condition known as Leukodystrophy when he was six years old. Leukodystrophy caused a degeneration of a part of his brain that led him to lose control of his limbs and stiffened his muscles.

With help from KKHHF, Kenny now has a new wheel-chair with special features that support his body frame well. KKHHF also supports the family with their expenses on medication, medical consultation and physiotherapy, amounting to about $6,000.

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Mdm Chia* is a 58-year old lady who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2005. She had a relapse in June 2010 and needed to undergo expensive chemotherapy. Each cycle of chemotherapy cost $2,900.

Mdm Chia is married with two grown-up sons. She is unable to work due to her medical condition. Her husband (a cleaner) and younger son are the main breadwinners of the family. They have limited Medisave as most of it was used for her medical treatment and they have difficulty paying for her chemotherapy treatment.

KKHHF has been helping with Mdm Chia’s chemotherapy expenses.

*to respect their privacy, their real names have not been used

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Make a Gift to KKH Health Fund (KKHHF)

There are many different causes and programmes that you can support through KKHHF. Click here to find out more.

Partner us in this life-saving cause and make a tax-deductible gift today. Give via

  • KKHHF Donation Form
    (Click here to view a sample copy of a completed GIRO form for monthly donations. Please note that you should also fill up the donation form to provide us with your details.)
  • Any AXS MAchine (Please select: Community > KKHHF)

*Note: Tax deduction is given for donations made in the preceding year. To qualify for tax deduction for the current Year of Assessment, all donations must be received for processing by 30 December of the current year.

Donations received after 30 December of the current year will be processed for tax deduction in the following year instead. Thank you for your understanding
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A Cookbook For Charity

Published by KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, “Good Eats for Mums-to-be” is a unique cookbook, customised for expectant mothers who want fast and delicious meals. Written by popular food blogger, Ju (The Little Teochew), and KKH Dietitians, this cookbook features 35 mouth-watering, dietitian-approved recipes, complete with clear step-by-step instructions and helpful nutritional information for a healthy pregnancy.

All proceeds from the sale of this fantastic cookbook go towards the KKH Health Fund. Buy your copy today and be a part of this meaningful effort!

For more information on the cookbook, please click here. To purchase, please download and send the completed form to kkhhf@kkh.com.sg.

Singapore’s Only Parenting Guide on Multiple Births

Written by Mrs Dorothy Chin and co-produced by KK Women’s and Children’s hospital, Our Amazing Quins is a personal account of a mother’s 16-year journey and experiences with raising Singapore’s first set of quintuplets. Read about the challenges of parenting multiple children, and learn innovative ways to overcome them! Share in the Chin family’s joys and anxieties as they raise not one, but five children of the same age, in modern Singapore.

All proceeds from the sale of Our Amazing Quins go towards the KKH Health Fund. Buy your copy today and be a part of this meaningful effort!

For more information on Our Amazing Quins, please click here. To purchase the book, please send this completed form to kkhhf@kkh.com.sg.

About KKH Health Fund – Part of SingHealth Fund

The KKH Health Fund (KKHHF) is a part of SingHealth Fund (SHF) – which was incorporated on 2 September 2016 as a Company Limited by Guarantee to operate charity funds for the SingHealth cluster.

All donations to the KKHHF are ring-fenced under the SHF for KKHHF purposes and will be used in accordance with the donors’ intent for women and children causes. 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 IPCs.

Donations to the KKHHF through SHF are tax deductible.

Contact

KKH Health Fund
c/o Development Department
KK Women's and Children's Hospital
100 Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 229899
Tel : +65 6394 2329 / 8439
Fax : +65 6394 8268
Email: kkhhf@kkh.com.sg

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