RMHC Singapore Grant Making Programme

RMHC Singapore believes in a “many helping hands” approach in meeting the critical needs of the community. Besides trying to improve the health and well-being of children directly through our core programmes, we also work with other non-profit organisations and hospitals within Singapore that are making an immediate, positive impact on children and youth through our Grant Making Programme. Through the Grant Making Programme, RMHC Singapore is able to develop strong relationships with other community partners in a simple shared mission of improving the health and well-being of children and youth in Singapore.

Our Grant Making Programme helps move donation dollars quickly through to these organisations in their time of need to carry out projects or programmes that would directly benefit children and youth in Singapore. Grants to these organisations extend the reach and impact of RMHC Singapore.

Our inaugural Grant Making Programme made its first grant call on 15 April 2014, awarding grants to programmes/projects undertaken by hospitals and non-profit agencies that have a direct impact on improving the health and well-being of children and youth in Singapore.

An aggregate amount of $379,000 of our first grant call was awarded to the following recipients:


Print 1. Khoo Teck Puat – National University Children’s Medical Institute, National University Hospital (NUH)

Programmes awarded:

  • Back to Sleep Programme
    • To improve sleep quality of children with multiple disabilities requiring postural support sleep systems
  • Transportation Programme
    • To improve clinic attendance of wheelchair-bound children with neuromuscular conditions by providing a free, safe and convenient transportation system
  • Teen’s Lifestyle Change (TLC) Programme
    • To help obese teenagers lead a healthy lifestyle

KKH 2. KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH)

Programmes awarded:

  • Lifestyle Intervention for Obese Teenagers (LITE) Programme
    • To help obese teenagers lead a healthy lifestyle

IMH logo (without tagline_hi-res) 3. Institute of Mental Health (IMH)

Programmes awarded:

  • Construction & equipping a classroom as Centre for Life and Academic Skills for child inpatients at IMH
    • To enable child inpatients to receive appropriate schooling sessions in a conducive environment while being hospitalized

4. Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS)

Programmes awarded:

  • Equipment for Audiology Clinic
    • To provide hearing screening to at-risk children attending CPAS
  • Equipment Loan and Trial Library
    • To provide Assistive Technology (AT) equipment for loan to CPAS clients to try many devices across various situational contexts thus allowing them to choose the best device for maximum benefit, before purchasing any equipment which can be very costly

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