Donation

With your donation we can keep our clinics and centres running for migrant workers who need support.

Make a monthly commitment today to support our migrant friends

S$20 to S$40

can help to support a migrant worker on a Special Pass for their month’s transportation costs.

S$70

can help to provide a migrant worker who is injured or on a Special Pass with culturally sensitive meals for a week through our weekly food projects.

S$150 to S$200

can help an ill migrant worker pay for a single visit to a specialist and the associated medication costs.

S$4000

can help to supply one of our clinics with drugs for up to 1 month, providing migrant workers with affordable monthly chronic medications.

Mr Choy Peng Wah

“Your support brings hope and dignity to migrant workers who are here to build our country while building their dreams. Thank you from each of us at HealthServe for your generosity”

Mr Choy Peng Wah,
Chairman of HealthServe’s Fundraising and Engagement Committee

How It Works

1

Choose amount & frequency

We would love for you to make a monthly commitment if you can! 

Do note though that a minimum $10 donation is needed for credit card payments for both one-off and recurring donations.

2

Fill out your particulars

We would love to get your personal and contact details. If you are a company or organisation, please have your contact person’s details.

Singapore registered entities can use their UEN number to automatically retrieve their info.

3

Tax Deduction (Optional)

If you would like a tax deduction to be automatically included please provide your NRIC/FIN no. if you are an individual. 

Singapore registered companies will have to provide their UEN number.

4

Review and make your donation

Review your details and make your payment to confirm your donation and make a difference to our migrant friends!

A confirmation email will be sent once your donation has been received.

Our Supporters

“ By partnering with HealthServe in Singapore, we hope to amplify their impactful work and provide relief to vulnerable communities in need of support especially during such challenging times.”

-Ms Hui Joo Hoo, Managing Director and Head of Compliance, APAC, Barclays

“The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives significantly and impacted the livelihoods of our migrant workers. We at Hansgrohe want to give something back to the migrant worker community, who have been essential in making Singapore our home. The funds were donated to support HealthServe’s general operations and ensure that the medical needs of underprivileged migrant workers are met.”

– Mr Gregory Crouzeix, Managing Director of Hansgrohe Singapore

“Kudos for your work, which started long before this crisis. Happy to support a great team and an important cause!”

– Dr Wong Hon Tym

“Happy to help out in a small way for this group of underprivileged people who are so important to our nation-building. Kudos on the great work done by HealthServe!”

– Peggy

Hear From Our Corporate Donors

“ 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.”

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- Mr Alexander Harrison, Country CEO, Singapore and Head of Corporate Banking, Asia Pacific and Middle East, Barclays

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. 

In Singapore, the Covid-19 crisis has magnified the vulnerability of the migrant workers who make up a third of the country’s labour force. By the end of 2020, nearly half of the migrant workers in Singapore had been infected with the virus. Besides fearing for their physical well-being, prolonged confinement and job uncertainties have taken a toll on the mental health of these workers as well. 

At Barclays, we are committed to support the communities in which we operate in. “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.” said Mr. Alexander Harrison, Country CEO, Singapore and Head of Corporate Banking, Asia Pacific and Middle East, Barclays.

“Our support is dedicated to our trusted partners who are mobilised on the ground and are providing support to communities hardest hit by the crisis as well as to those on the frontline of the pandemic response. By partnering with HealthServe in Singapore, we hope to amplify their impactful work and provide relief to vulnerable communities in need of support especially during such challenging times.” said Ms. Hui Joo Hoo, Managing Director and Head of Compliance, APAC, Barclays. Barclays stand with HealthServe in building a society where every migrant worker lives a life of dignity. Our support will help HealthServe reach migrant workers living in dormitories where physical distancing is a challenge, providing food and medical care of migrant workers with chronic health conditions as well as provision of shelter and counselling support. In the long run, Barclays hope to support migrant workers into better and sustained employment to tide them through the pandemic and beyond.

In-Community Campaigns

Discover existing efforts on other platforms to support the wider migrant worker community! There are many campaigns that will benefit from your generosity.

Hope for Worker with Leukemia

Bangladeshi Worker Cancer Operation

100km on 7/11 charity bike ride to support SG migrant workers

Pinky’s Birthday Fundraiser

Giving.sg

Frequently Asked Questions

General

Yes we are – All donations to HealthServe are 250% tax deductible if the relevant details are provided. This means that donors are able to claim tax relief from their assessable income based on the amount donated. Currently for tax-paying individuals, every $1 in cash donation to us lowers your assessable income by $2.50! 

Thank you for making a difference to the migrant workers community! You can start your donation journey with us at HealthServe with an existing Facebook account, Google account or a valid email address – this is required for us to be able to verify your contact details for tax deductible donations or to send you important information about your donation.

You can also choose to donate anonymously. No contact details will be collected if you choose to donate as an anonymous donor but you will not be able to qualify for tax deductions.

We do not collect any personal or contact details for anonymous donations and it will not be tax deductible.

You can choose to input your email address and a code will be sent to verify your email to help you complete your donation. We do not require you to input a password.

This will enable us to send you important information about your donation to you and if you choose to donate to us again, you will be able to donate without repeatedly inputting the same information again. It will also enable you to see your donation history with us or update your contact details directly. Learn more about our privacy policy here.

We accept payments via Debit/Credit cards, Online Bank Transfers, PayNow or Cheques. We prefer either local Debit/Credit cards or PayNow. Please note that there is a minimum $10 donation for those donating via Debit/Credit cards due to the payment processing fees we incur.

Yes, you can! Simply choose the “Company / Organization” option to do so. All Singapore registered companies can qualify for a tax deduction if you provide your details including your company’s Unique Entity Number (UEN). 

Yes you can make a donation in honour of someone special by simply choosing the “On Behalf of” option to do so. You can choose to let them know by sharing their email and a message for them, we will then send an email to notify them.

However do note that tax deductions will still be made in your name and we will still refer to you if we have any questions or updates about your donation.

Yes, you can! This can be done via our online channel with your Debit/Credit cards or through Online Bank Transfers. You may incur additional fees for overseas bank transfers. However if you are not a Singapore resident and tax-paying individual, you are not entitled to receive tax deductions from your donation.

Your donations will go towards HealthServe’s general fund to support our operations and services to help migrant workers to live a life of dignity in Singapore. For more information about our clinics, centres and services, please read our Annual Reports or go to our About Us page.

Donations are gratefully received and non-refundable, with the understanding that HealthServe has complete discretion and control over the use of all donated funds.

As there are Debit/Credit card processing and transactional fees, we request donors to donate a minimum of $10 for Debit/Credit card payments. For donations lower than $10, we encourage you to use PayNow or Online Bank Transfer.

We welcome questions to learn more about what we do at HealthServe! Email us at [email protected] and one of our team members will be in touch with you shortly. You can also reach out to us at wa.me/+6531384788

You can sign up to our mailing list by going to your dashboard and subscribing or checking the box to receive updates from us as you go make a donation on our online portal. You can also follow us on social media – Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, YouTube or LinkedIn!

Tax Deductions

All residents living in Singapore or Singapore-registered companies will qualify for tax deductions if you provide your relevant details.

Please note that anonymous donations do not qualify for tax deductions.

We would need your first name and last name, tax reference numbers [i.e.: valid NRIC or Foreign Identification Number (FIN), or your company’s Unique Entity Number (UEN)]. Please provide a contact number or mailing address so we are able to follow up with a receipt if requested.

You do not need to make a claim for tax deduction when filing your income tax return. The details of your donation will be given to the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) and the tax deduction granted will be reflected automatically in your tax bill.

If you have any further questions, please email us at [email protected]

You will receive a confirmation email of your donation and can request through the form for a tax deduction receipt if your donation is $50 or more and you require a receipt.

The tax deduction receipt will be sent to the registered email – this might take up to 2 working days.

For anonymous donors, we will unfortunately not be able to issue donation receipts for PayNow, Cheque or Bank Transfers as we do not track your contact details.

Your donation will be automatically included if you have provided your full name/company name and NRIC/FIN/UEN to us. Please ensure your details are correct. Donations receipts are no longer required for tax deductions on your donations, but if your donation is $50 or more and you require a receipt, you can request it through our form when you make a donation – this might take up to 2 working days.

Qualifying donations will be automatically included in your tax assessment. The Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) no longer accepts claims for tax deduction based on donation receipts.

All donations to HealthServe are 250% tax deductible.
All outright cash donations will receive from IRAS 2.5 times the value in tax deductions.

Please double check that you have provided a valid NRIC/FIN number.

If you don’t want a tax deduction please check the box “I am not eligible for tax deduction/ I do not require a tax deduction” to move past the page.

Recurring Donations

Thank you for your commitment to making a difference to the migrant workers community! You can make monthly, half yearly or annually recurring donations via the Debit/Credit Card payment mode. Simply choose your preferred duration during the donation process to do so. You will be billed accordingly on the same date you made the payment on from the first donation.

Example: If you made the first recurring payment on the 16th November for monthly donation, we will deduct the chosen amount on the 16th of every month.

Please note that automated recurring donations are not available for anonymous donors.

As there are Credit/Debit card processing and transactional fees, we request donors to donate a minimum of $10.

You will be billed accordingly on the same date you made the payment on from the first donation. An email notification will be sent every time a deduction is made.

Example: If you made the donation on 2nd January for a monthly recurring donation, this will be your subscription date. Your next billing date will be deducted from your default card on 2nd February. If the deduction is unsuccessful, you will receive an email notification to update your payment information. A total of 3 deduction attempts will be made (1 day, 3 days and 7 days after the previous attempt). Your subscription will be automatically cancelled if the third deduction attempt is unsuccessful.

You can log into your account dashboard to cancel your recurring donation or email us at [email protected] if you need further assistance!

Your recurring donation will be automatically included if you have provided your full name/company name and NRIC/FIN/UEN to us when you submitted the form to start your subscription.