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What does Singapore Christian Home do?

Singapore Christian Home is a charitable organization that provides care and support for the elderly, sick, and destitute individuals in need. Founded by three Christian friends who took in destitute ladies from the streets into their Upper Thomson Home in 1960, the organization has since grown to become a licensed nursing home with a capacity of 248 beds at Sembawang Crescent. The mission of Singapore Christian Home is to provide quality care and support for its residents, while also promoting community involvement through volunteering and donations.




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  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2005
  • Published yearly Annual Reports
  • Audited Financial Statements

Society Impact

  • Provides care and support for destitute individuals, including the elderly and medically fragile children and young persons.
  • Offers nursing home services with a capacity of up to 248 beds, offering various healthcare programs such as Advanced Care Planning and haemodialysis care.
  • Acts as an approved training center for Health Care (Home Care) skills certification.
  • Implements initiatives like Nursing Home ITEnablement Program (NHELP) to improve the quality of healthcare services provided.
  • Continuously invests in infrastructure and equipment, such as patient ceiling hoists and wards dedicated for medically fragile children and young persons.
  • Collaborates with organizations like National Kidney Foundation to provide specialized care for patients requiring haemodialysis.

Donation Income

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.