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What does Kidney Dialysis Foundation do?

Kidney Dialysis Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides subsidized dialysis treatment to underprivileged members of the community in Singapore, ensuring they can access life-sustaining care despite financial difficulties. They also support research and preventive education initiatives like funding an NUS project aimed at finding a cure for diabetes. Your donations help cover dialysis treatment costs, public education, research, and other operating expenses




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  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 1996
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Providing subsidized dialysis treatment to low-income individuals, ensuring they have access to life-sustaining medical care regardless of their financial situation.
  • Supporting preventive education and research efforts aimed at finding a cure for diabetes, one of the main causes of kidney failure in Singapore.
  • Operating three dialysis centers located in Bishan, Chinatown, and Ghim Moh, serving approximately 340 patients annually.
  • Raising $4 million each year to fund patient treatment, public education initiatives, research projects, and other operational expenses.
  • Offering tax deductions for donations with a valid identity number through the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS), allowing donors to contribute while reducing their tax

Donation Income

Fundraising Efficiency

This indicates the cost to raise a single dollar. A lower cost suggests the charity is more efficient in its fundraising efforts.

Program Expense Ratio

This is the percentage of the charity's total expenses that are spent on its core programs. A higher percentage suggests that more money is going directly to the cause, rather than being spent on administrative or fundraising expenses.