With your donation, we can keep our clinic and health services running for migrant workers who need support.
Your kind gesture provides healing and hope to migrant workers – from medical and mental health services to casework support and other forms of social assistance. Make a monthly commitment today to support our migrant friends!
$20 - $40
Can help to support an injured migrant worker with his transportation costs for a month
Can help to provide mental health training (Peer Support Leader training) for a migrant worker
Can help to pay for an ill migrant worker’s dental consultation and medication
Can help to pay for an injured migrant worker’s medical rehabilitation services
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We want to recognise the migrant community’s contribution to Singapore’s built environment and show our appreciation for their hard work and sacrifices. We are heartened that with our support, more migrant workers can benefit from HealthServe’s holistic suite of services... We must build stronger connections between the migrant and local communities for Singapore to be a truly inclusive and open society. We hope that more organisations will join us to support this often under-appreciated group.
Mr Jonathan Eu
SingLand’s three-year financial support for HealthServe will go towards programmes focused on mental health, dental care and chronic disease management for vulnerable low-wage migrant workers.
We wanted to show support for the migrant worker community that has helped build Singapore to the great country that it is today. This is why we are delighted to partner organisations like HealthServe who play an important role in our society by supporting and addressing unmet needs in our communities.
Mr Alexander Harrison
Barclays is committed to helping its customers, clients, colleagues, and the wider community deal with the current unprecedented medical and economic crisis caused by Covid-19. In response to our fight against Covid-19, Barclays has pledged to support charity partners in the countries that we operate in with the launch of the £100 million Covid-19 Community Aid Package in April 2020. The package aims to support charities working to care for vulnerable people impacted by Covid-19, and to alleviate the associated social and economic hardship caused by the crisis.