2020

During a Tea Reception held on 8th December 2020 at Woh Hup Head Office, Mr Eugene Yong Kon Yoon, our board director, presented the cheques to the representatives of the following beneficial charitable organizations:



From left to right: Mr Khoo Swee Kok, A/Prof. Kenny Tan, Ms Loi San San, Mr Eugene Yong Kon Yoon, Mr Eric Wong Ngiam Chin
and Mr Eric Teo Hong Kiat

 

Home Nursing Foundation (HNF)    
Donation amount: S$50,000
Purpose of donation: Program Sponsorship of the HNF Wellness Day Care & Rehabilitation Program.
Cheque was received by Ms Loi San San, Head of Communication & Development Department.
 
Founded in 1976, Home Nursing Foundation is an established charity that provides home care in Singapore. Dedicated to all round support for its patients, HNF delivers comprehensive care programmes. From nursing, medical and specialist care, to looking after patient's emotional well-being and other practical daily needs, they bring appropriate care into the homes of those in need.
For more info about Home Nursing Foundation: www.hnf.org.sg

 


St. Luke's Eldercare Ltd.    
Donation amount: S$50,000
Purpose of donation: Financial support of their operating costs of St. Luke's Eldercare Residence @ Ang Mo Kio, a 189-bedder residential care service that cares for elders requiring long term care.
Cheque was received by A/Prof. Kenny Tan , Chief Executive Officer.
 
St. Luke's ElderCare (SLEC) is a non-profit eldercare service provider that delivers a full range of integrated services and programmes for close to 5,000 elders. This include centre-based, community-based, home-based and residential-based services. SLEC operated 23 senior care centres and a newly operational Nursing Home - St. Luke's ElderCare Residence @ AMK (SLR@AMK).
For more info about SLEC: www.slec.org.sg

Club Rainbow (Singapore) (CRS)    
Donation amount: S$50,000
Purpose of donation: Financial support towards supporting food rations, food vouchers and financial assistance for the children with chronic illnesses and their families.
Cheque was received by Mr Eric Teo Hong Kiat, Vice President
 
Club Rainbow (CRS) has been supporting and empowering children with chronic and potentially life-threatening illnesses, and their families, through relevant services for the past 28 years. The children CRS serve, from as young as new-born to 20 years old, suffer from a wide range of illnesses, from very low birth weight to neurological, cardiovascular diseases and other genetic disorders. Many suffer from some form of disability and/or has special needs.
For more info about CRS: www.clubrainbow.org

 


Geylang East Home for the Aged (GEHA)    
Donation amount: S$100,000
Purpose of donation: Financial support towards their charitable initiatives during the pandemic.
Cheque was received by Mr Eric Wong Ngiam Chin, JP BBM(L), Chairman
 
Geylang East Home for the Aged is a non-profit organization founded in December 1978 as a charitable welfare organization providing quality care for the seniors. Located in the community of Aljunied Crescent, their eldercare services include Sheltered Home, Senior Care Centre and Harmony Activity Centre (SAC). Aside from government subsidies, GEHA receives nominal fees for some of the services provided and relies greatly on individual and corporate donations to defray its expenses.
For more info about GEHA: www.geha.org.sg

 


2019

During the Woh Hup Charity Luncheon for the Aged held on Sunday, December 1, 2019 at Happy Joy Restaurant, Hotel Royal at Newton Road, Mr Eugene Yong Kon Yoon, our Board Director, presented the cheques to the representatives of the following beneficial charitable organizations:

Muscular Dystrophy Association (Singapore) MDAS    
Donation amount: S$100,000
Purpose of donation: Financial support of MDAS BRIDGE PRO Programme.
Cheque was received by Ms Sherena Loh, Executive Director
 
Muscular Dystrophy Association (Singapore) is a non-profit voluntary welfare organization formed by a group of caring and concerned individuals in 2000 to support persons with Muscular Dystrophy and their families facing the life-threatening effects of an incurable and debilitating condition. MDAS was subsequently registered in 2002 as a charity with IPC status.
For more info about MDAS: www.mdas.org.sg

 


St. John’s Home for Elderly Persons    
Donation amount: S$60,000
Purpose of donation: Financial support towards the ‘Building A New Home’ initiative.
Cheque was received by Mr Woon Wee Yim, Chairman
 
Located at 69 Wan Tho Avenue since the beginning. In 2018, St. John’s Home for Elderly Persons celebrated its 60 years of caring for needy elderly persons. With the renewed land lease, the Home is building a new five-storey building with a residential capacity of 150 and is targeted to complete by December 2020.
For more info about Home: www.stjohneldershome.org.sg

 


Adventist Nursing & Rehabilitation Centre (ANRC)    
Donation amount: S$65,000
Purpose of donation: Major sponsorship of a 12-seater bus to serve the patients whose house are not located within walking distance.
Cheque was received by Ms Pearlyn Ng, President
 
ANRC was established as a Voluntary Welfare Organization (VWO) in 1997 with IPC status. Currently operates with two Centres at Woodlands Block 6 Marsiling Drive and Bukit Panjang Block 128 Pending Road respectively. ANRC provides integrated care services such as Community rehabilitation, Maintenance day care, Home therapy and Transportation services with their team of healthcare professional comprises of Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Registered Nurse and Therapy Assistant.
For more info about ANRC: www.anrc.org.sg

 


RSVP Singapore The Organization of Senior Volunteers    
Donation amount: S$25,000
Purpose of donation: Financial support of RSVP Mentoring Programme.
Cheque was received by Mr Koh Juay Meng, President
 
Since its inception, RSVP Singapore has been actively engaging seniors in purpose-driven volunteerism. With over 1,000 members and 1,500 ad-hoc volunteers, RSVP Singapore serves more than 200,000 beneficiaries each year including the mentally disadvantaged, at-risk children from low income families, and socially isolated seniors through its community service programmes..
For more info about RSVP Singapore The Organization of Senior Volunteers: www.rsvp.org.sg

 


2018

During the Woh Hup Charity Luncheon for the Aged held on 9th December 2018 at Ban Heng Restaurant, Harbourfront Centre, Mr Eugene Yong Kon Yoon, our board member, presented the cheques to the representatives of the following beneficial charitable organizations:

Adventist Nursing & Rehabilitation Centre (ANRC)    
Donation amount: S$85,000
Purpose of donation: Sponsorship of a 12-seater bus to serve the patients whose house are not located within walking distance.
Cheque was received by Ms Pearlyn Ng, President
 
ANRC was established in 1997 by a group of Adventist Christians. It specializes in intensive physiotherapy and occupational therapy to beneficiaries suffering from stroke, Parkinson’s disease, post amputee, head traumas and other neuromuscular disorders.
For more info about ANRC: www.anrc.org.sg

 


O’Joy Care Services    
Donation amount: S$45,000
Purpose of donation: Financial support to their Health Oriented Ageing (HOA) Programme.
Cheque was received by Mr Choo Jin Kiat, Executive Director
 
O’Joy Care Services, a Voluntary Welfare Organization (VWO) with IPC status was established by some counsellors and social workers in 2004. They focus on providing counselling services to elderly persons and their caregivers so that the elderly persons can age at home and their caregivers are able to better care for their family members.
For more info about O’Joy Care Services: www.ojoy.org

Club Rainbow (Singapore)    
Donation amount: S$100,000
Purpose of donation: Donation towards Critical Core Therapy Services Assistance Fund to assist the needy underprivileged children especially for 1-10 years old.
Cheque was received by Mr Eric Teo Hong Kiat, Vice President
 
Set up in 1992, Club Rainbow (Singapore) is a non-profit organization with a mission to support and empower children with chronic illnesses, and their families by providing compassionate relevant services in their journey towards an enriching life.
For more info about Club Rainbow (Singapore): www.clubrainbow.org

 




Mr Khoo Swee Kok, Manager, & Mr Eugene Yong Kon Yoon, Director of Woh Hup Trust together with the representatives of beneficial charitable organizations.

 

2017

During the Woh Hup Charity Luncheon for the Aged held on 26th November 2017 at Ban Heng Restaurant, Harbourfront Centre, Mr Eugene Yong Kon Yoon, our board director, presented the cheques to the representatives of the following beneficial organizations:

National University of Singapore (Paediatric Renal Division Fund)    
Donation amount: S$100,000
Purpose of donation: Financial support towards NUS Paediatric Renal Research Fund
Cheque was received by Professor Yap Hui Kim
 
The Paediatric Renal Replacement Programme at the KTP-National University Children’s Medical Institute, National University Hospital, provides dialysis and kidney transplant to children with kidney failure through the Shaw-NKF-NUH Children’s Kidney Centre. Its key goal is to enable young kidney patients to live normal and the fullest lives they can, despite their illnesses.
For more info about the Programme : www.med.nus.edu.sg

 


Down Syndrome Association (Singapore)    
Donation amount: S$50,000
Purpose of donation: To assist DSA make up for the operating deficit.
Cheque was received by Mr Moses Lee, Executive Director
 
Down Syndrome Association (Singapore) was borne out of love and devotion by a group of parents of children with Down syndrome. The Association was established in September 1996 and aims to support and educate families, professionals and the general public about the genetic condition.
For more info about Down Syndrome Association (Singapore): www.downsyndrome-singapore.org

Kheng Chiu Loke Tin Kee Home    
Donation amount: S$50,000
Purpose of donation: Financially support for their replacement of outdated air conditioners.
Cheque was received by Mr Ngiam Seng Wee, Honorary Secretary
 
Kheng Chiu Loke Tin Kee Home is the first 6-storey purpose-built Sheltered Home in Singapore. The Home began operation in July 1999 and has a capacity of 155 residents (males & females).
For more info about Home: www.kchl.sg

 



2016

During the Woh Hup 9th Charity Luncheon for the Aged in 4 December 2016 at Ban Heng, Harbourfront Centre, Mr Eugene Yong Kon Yoon, our board member, presented the cheques to the representatives of the following organizations :

Beyond Social Services    
Donation amount: S$65,000
Cheque was received by Mr Gerard Ee, Executive Director
 
Beyond was set up in August 1969 in response to the poor living conditions aggravated by 2 fires that hit the Bukit Ho Swee Social Community in the 1960s. Its mission is to help children and youths from less privileged backgrounds break away from the poverty cycle Beyond currently operates in 5 subsidized government rental housing neighbourhoods in Bukit Ho Swee, Lengkok Bahru, Henderson, Whampoa & Ang Mo Kio. They facilitate mutual help and cultivate a strong community spirit among residents.
For more info about Beyond Social Services : www.beyond.org.sg

 


Canossian School    
Donation Amount: S$50,000
Cheque was received by Ms Terry Theseira, Principal/Hon Secretary
 
Canossian School for the deaf started as a boarding school at 1 Sallim Road in 1956. In 1999, the school was re-constructed as a new purposed-built building within the premises of the Canossian Eduplex. The objectives are to help the pupils achieve their full potential linguistically and academically so that they can be included into mainstream schools and later on into society.
For more info about Canossian School : www.canossian.edu.sg

Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS)    
Donation Amount: S$60,000
Cheque was received by Ms Jessie Holmbery,Executive Director
 
Formerly known as Spastic Children's Association of Singapore, the Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS) was established in1957 to provide early intervention, special education, rehabilitation services, day activity centre programmes, vocational training and gainful employment for persons with Cerebral Palsy.
For more info about Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS) : www.cpas.org.sg

 


RSVP Singapore    
Donation Amount: S$25,000
Cheque was received by Ms Neo Hong Hong, Senior Manager
 
The Organization was started in 1998. Since its inception,RSVP Singapore has grown into one of the leading volunteer organizations in Singapore, especially in paving the trend of senior volunteerism. With over 1,000 members,RSVP Singapore serves more than 150,000 beneficiaries each year, including the mentally disadvantaged, at-risk children from low income families, as well as needy and disadvantaged seniors through its community service programmes.
For more info about RSVP Singapore: www.rsvp.org.sg



Mr.Eugene Yong Kon Yoon, Director & Mr.Khoo Swee Kok, Manager of Woh Hup Trust together with the representatives of beneficial organizations

 

2015

During the Woh Hup's Staff Christmas Celebration in HQ in December, Mr Eugene Yong Kon Yoon, our Board Director, presented the cheques to the representatives of the following charitable organizations :

WE CARE Community Services Limited    
Donation amount: S$50,000
Purpose of Donation: Financial assistance for their overall running cost.
Cheque was received by Ms Tham Yuen Han, Executive Director
 
WE CARE COMMUNITY SERVICES is an addition recovery centre funded by the charity. They provide support and treatment programmes for all forms of addition, including drugs, alcohol, gambling, sex, and various other compulsive behaviors. They also serve to assist family members who need guidance and support on how to manage an addict in their families. WE CARE also serve as a hub for recovery support groups and 12 Steps fellowships. Their Drop-In-Centre provides a safe and non-judgmental environment where individuals who are struggling with addition can come on a daily basis for fellowship and support.
For more info about WE CARE Community Services Limited : www.wecare.org.sg

 


En Community Services Society (ECSS)    
Donation Amount: S$50,000
Purpose of Donation: Financial assistance for their overall running cost
Cheque was received by Ms Chan Chui Han, Carol, Executive Director
 
The objective of the Society is to reach out to the less fortunate in the community through activities and social assistance schemes for the needy and seek to alleviate poverty, suffering, ignorance or ill-health, without limitations of age, sex, race, nationality, religion or moral character. As most the programmes function on weekdays, ECSS have about 200 volunteers who have been actively involved in partnering with the community, schools, resident committees and various organizations on a gamut of activities for families and the youth.
For more info about En Community Services Society (ECSS): www.ecss.org.sg

Moral Home for the Aged Sick Limited    
Donation Amount: S$50,000
Purpose of donation: Funding support to purchase 20 units of electrical bed.
Cheque was received by Ms Winnie Koh, Administrator
 
Moral Home For The Aged Sick, a nursing home for the aged sick, is one of the 12 services set up by the CHEE HOON KOG Moral Promotion Society in partnership with MSF and other agencies. The Society was registered with the ROS in March 1982 and the objectives, among others, is to promote and cultivate good morals, such as filial piety, compassion, righteousness, etc, and to help all people and to give relief to anyone in hardship, disaster or need, without discrimination as to race, colour, creed, language or religion.
For more info about Moral Home for the Aged Sick Limited: www.chkmps.org.sg

 


Home Nursing Foundation (HNF)    
Donation Amount: S$50,000
Purpose of Donation: Financial support for their nursing programmes and initiatives
Cheque was received by Ms Karen Lee, Chief Executive Officer
 
Home Nursing Foundation, being the largest and most established home healthcare service provider in Singapore, HNF aims to deliver comprehensive care programmes that will enable patients to recover in the comfort and familiarity of their home. Currently HNF provides home-nursing care, home-medical care, and social services to patients, regardless of their ability to pay. These services are reinforced by their Call Centre which provides expert advice to patients and caregivers. HNF also coordinates the support of a dedicated group of donors and volunteers to help those in need.
For more info about HNF Singapore: www.hnf.org.sg



Mr Yong Nam Seng , Chairman & Mr Eugene Yong Kon Yoon, Director of Woh Hup Trust together with the representatives of charitable organizations.

 

2014

During the Woh Hup's Staff Christmas Celebration in HQ in December, Mr Eugene Yong Kon Yoon, Our Board Director, presented the cheques to the representatives of the following charitable organizations:

APEX HARMONY LODGE    
Donation amount: S$100,000
Purpose of Donation: General financial assistance to support their programmes for dementia residents.
Cheque was received by: Mr Chan Kum Keong, Chairman
 
Apex Harmony Lodge is the first purpose-built 210 bedded Lodge for people living with dementia. Built at a cost of $13 million, the lodge is located in Pasir Ris. It has 7 residential wards and a day-care centre of 20 dementia patients.
For more info about Apex Harmony Lodge : www.apexharmony.org.sg

 


SASCO SENIOR CITIZENS' HOME    
Donation Amount: S$50,000
Purpose of Donation: Financial assistance for upgrading and retrofitting at Evergreen Place, Home @ Hong San.
Cheque was received by: Mr M Subramaniam, CEO
 
SASCO Senior Citizens' Home was setup by SASCO Ltd, an co-operative movement in Singapore with an objective to provide board, lodging and care for senior citizens regardless of race, colour or creed and also to provide day care services for the elderly. SASCO currently oversee the operations of the Evergreen Place Home @ Hong San, a 102-bedded sheltered Home; Hong Kah North Day Care Centre for the Elderly and DACE Dementia Care Centre.
For more info about SASCO Senior Citizens' Home : www.sasco.org.sg

 


GEYLANG EAST HOME FOR THE AGED    
Donation Amount: S$50,000
Purpose of Donation: Financial assistance towards their drive to recruit additional staff to improve their services towards aged residents.
Cheque was received by: Mr Foo Shiang Ping, Assistant Secretary
 
Geylang East Home for the Aged was founded in December 1978. It is a community home situated at HDB void deck and managed fully by a team of dedicated volunteers. It has provided many needy elderly with a place of comfort over the years.
For more info about Geylang East Home for The Aged: www.geha.org.sg

 


RSVP SINGAPORE    
Donation Amount: S$25,000
Purpose of Donation: Financial assistance in bridging the shortfall of operating expenses in running Mentoring Programme.
Cheque was received by: Mr Koh Juay Meng, President
 
RSVP Singapore The Organization of Senior Volunteers is a non-profit organization launched by the then Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong in October 1998 and approved as an Institution of Public Character in 1999. Its mission is to provide opportunities for the seniors to serve the community with their talent and experience through purpose-driven volunteerism.
For more info about RSVP Singapore : www.rsvp.org.sg



Mr Eugene Yong Kon Yoon, Director (L) & Mr Khoo Swee Kok, Manager (R) of Woh Hup Trust together with the representatives of charitable organizations.

 

2013

During the Woh Hup Family Day 2013 on 7th December 2013 at Singapore Bottle Tree Park, four cheques were presented by board member of     Woh Hup Trust, Mr Eugene Yong, to the following charitable organizations:

TOUCH COMMUNITY SERVICES    
Donation amount: S$50,000
Purpose of Donation: Purpose of Donation: As financial assistance to cover the operating deficit of TOUCH Seniors Activity Centre. With this donation, we wish TOUCH will also apply for the government's donation grant under the Community Silver Trust scheme.
Cheque was received by: Mr Edmond Wong, GM
 
TOUCH Community Services is a not-for-profit charitable organisation and was officially registered in 1992 and has been a member of the National Council of Social Service since 1994. Over the last 22 years, TOUCH has reached out to many individuals from all religions and races, including children, youths, families, people with special and healthcare needs and the elderly.
For more info about TOUCH Community Services : www.touch.org.sg

SINGAPORE CHESHIRE HOME    
Donation Amount: S$75,000
Purpose of Donation: As financial assistance to meet the shortfall in their operating costs. With this Donation, we wish the Home could apply for the government's donation matching grant
(1:1 matching grant) under the Community Silver Trust scheme.
Cheque was received by: Ms Sheila Lim, Hon Secretary
 
Singapore Cheshire Home in pursuance of the mission in caring for the severely physical handicapped in Singapore, the Home runs a Residential Home for about 70 residents and through the expansion programmes, the Home intends to accommodate an additional 20 residents. Besides, they also manage a Day Care Centre for the rehabilitation and care for more than 30 non-residential physically disabled clients.
For more info about Singapore Cheshire Home : www.cheshirehome.org.sg

BO TIEN WELFARE SERVICES SOCIETY    
Donation Amount: S$50,000
Purpose of Donation: As financial assistance in the operation of their following divisions:
- Bo Tien Home For the Aged
- Bo Tien Mutual Help & Care and
- Bo Tien Day Care Centre for the Elderly.
Cheque was received by: Mr Chris Cheng, VP
 
Bo Tien Welfare Services Society is a Non Profit and Voluntary Welfare Organization. Their sources of fund are solely depends on public donations and the management committee is formed by a group of committed volunteers.
For more info about Bo Tien Welfare Services Society : www.botien.org.sg

 


MUSLIM KIDNEY ACTION ASSOCIATION    
Donation Amount: S$25,000
Purpose of Donation: In support of their holistic programmes in helping kidney patients. This amount serves as financial assistance for the project funding for MKAC BEFRIENDERS PROGRAMME.
Cheque was received by: Mr Ameerali Abdeali, President
 
The Muslim Kidney Action Association (MKAC) was founded as a non-profit social service organization for the benefit of the chronically ill members and their families. MKAC is a registered charity with the Commissioner of Charities and a Full Member of the National Council of Social Services. Since 2004, MUIS has entrusted MKAC to manage the affairs of 300 Muslim kidney patients who are MUIS zakat recipients.
For more info about Muslim Kidney Action Association : www.mkac.sg

2012


During the Woh Hup Family Day 2012 on 1st December 2012 at Singapore Discovery Centre, three cheques were presented by board member of   Woh Hup Trust, Mr Eugene Yong, to the following charitable organizations:


AIN SOCIETY    
Donation amount: $70,000
Purpose of Donation: Financial assistance towards the construction cost of their Serenity Social Service Centre in Eunos Crescent.
Cheque was received by: Mr Leslie Teo, Director, Community Engagement
 
Since its inception in 2000, the principal activities of the Society are to promote, encourage, enhance, upgrade and improve the performance of the members and community by organizing social, educational and recreational activities. The Society has gradually become more focused in helping youths at risk and disadvantage family. Ain Society is in progress in setting up a centre called Serenity Social Service Centre to be located at Block 2, Eunos Crecent.
For more info about Ain Society: www.ainsociety.org.sg

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE ASSOCIATION    
Donations Amount: $70,000
Purpose of Donation: In support of ADA's New Horizon Dementia Day Care Centre in Bukit
Batok, Jurong Point and Tampines.
Cheque was presented to Mr Jason Foo, Chief Executive Officer
 
The Alzheimer's Disease Association (ADA) was formed in 1990 in response to the need of people with dementia and their families, Its programmes include dementia day care, caregiver support, public education, volunteerism, internship and research. Currently ADA manages four(4) New Horizon Centres for the elderly with dementia located in Toa Payoh, Bukit Batok,Tampines and Jurong Point. No. of Beneficiaries: 600
For more info about ADA: www.alz.org.sg

YONG-EN CARE CENTRE    
Donation Amount: $60,000
Purpose of Donation: $30,000 to support the operation of Home Care Service and the balance of $30,000 for the Dementia Day Care Centre.
Cheque was presented to Mr William Chua, Executive Director
 
The Care Centre was established since 1996 and is IPC status for charity funding. The Centre operating a Dementia Day Care Centre with 8 staff and handling 33 clients. In Addition, Home Care Service started in June 2012, providing a healthcare initiative to elderly living in Chinatown, currently reach out to about 250 elderly.
For more info about Yong-En Care Centre: www.yong-en.org.sg