Start the new year on a sweet note! KAZO and the Kidney Dialysis Foundation (KDF) are teaming up to usher you into the New Year with delectable pastries!
‘Got To Goal 2023’ is not just a futsal tournament; it is a movement that aims to make a lasting positive impact on the community, one goal at a time.
KDF 2024 Charity Calendar, themed 'Connection' beautifully illustrates the interconnectedness of nature. Much like how we find belonging and happiness in our connections with others, there's a similar connection that unites us all, regardless of our backgrounds. Get your copy now and become a lifeline of support for needy kidney patients in our community.
In this year’s edition of ‘Got To Walk’, participants from all walks of life are encouraged to come together to participate in the physical event on 14 October 2023, and walk in support of needy kidney patients.
This Year of the Rabbit, the Kidney Dialysis Foundation (KDF) Fundraising Committee is proud to introduce the KDF 2023 charity icon "Fortune Rabbit".
In the early 90s, despite living in times of affluence, kidney patients like Mdm Goh were not uncommon. There were no programmes to treat the very poor then. Once diagnosed, many kidney patients were at a loss as to where to seek affordable treatment. Many chose to die simply because they could not afford dialysis.
While the World Health Organization recommends that adults consume less than 5g (just under one teaspoon) of salt a day, nine in ten Singaporeans consume double that amount every day. Excessive consumption of salt can increase the risk of high blood pressure.
A new dialysis centre in Sembawang offers kidney patients more than just a shorter trip to get their regular treatments.
In line with Singapore’s digitalisation efforts for charities to adopt cashless donation methods, KDF has engaged in a partnership with local fintech firm GivePlease to digitalise its fundraising efforts. With this partnership, KDF has onboarded a donation microsite and Tap-to-Give wireless donation terminals with its community partners.
With more modern lifestyle choices today, it is important to be understand more about the disease, and how best to prevent or delay its onset. In this edition, Dr. Lina Choong, Medical Director of KDF answers some of the frequently asked questions about chronic kidney disease.
In our efforts to reduce our carbon footprint, we have rolled out our digital newsletter! Stay updated with KDF activities, kidney health-related news and content by subscribing to our digital newsletter today.
We sincerely seek your kind donations, so that we can continue to provide life-sustaining dialysis treatments and care to our kidney patients. Our patients require about 13 dialysis sessions a month.