Make a donation
Nam Hong Welfare Service Society is solely dependent on public donation and does not obtain any funding from the government or the National Council of Social Service. We require donations in order to sustain our services.
As a smaller charity, we are limited in fund-raising capabilities and capacity to organising fund-raising projects. Therefore we need the support of the community. We count on the support and encouragement we receive from donors like you to continue with our work of helping the elderly and disadvantaged. Every generous contribution enables us to continue to better serve them and every dollar is maximally utilised towards bringing the greatest impact to our beneficiaries.
You can donate directly to Nam Hong Welfare Service Society or partake in any of our fund-raising events. You may also specify the particular cause you wish to donate towards, such as Free Medical Service, Afterlife Care or Bursary etc. Tax exemption of 2.5 times is available for all monetary donations. Conversely, donations in-kind and legacy gifts are also welcome.
We accept online donations via Paynow. Scan the QR code below to support our cause.
Alternatively, you may also donate through our campaigns on Giving.sg.
Cheque donations can be made payable to ‘Nam Hong Welfare Service Society’ and sent to
Blk 111 Yishun Ring Road
Please state your name, NRIC and address at the back to facilitate tax exemption processing.
Make a difference by donating groceries, toiletries, medical supplies, face masks, sanitizers etc or other items you hope will help the elderly and disadvantaged.
Drop us an email for an enquiry or call to make the necessary arrangements.
A planned gift to Nam Hong Welfare is always appreciated and will help to sustain and support our programmes and services towards helping the elderly and families in need.
It is a meaningful and lasting memorial of individuals whose legacies continue to live on.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 62579192. We sincerely thank you on behalf of the disadvantaged elderly, the poor and the sick we serve.