LIFEBLOOD CENTRE

LIFEBLOOD CENTRE was setup in year 2002, with events in the neighbourhood such as ‘Blood Donation Drive’, rice distribution to disadvantaged families and providing basic necessities for people suffering from blood disorder diseases such as thalassemia and subsequently included helping cancer patients as we receive numerous requests from the public as well as the hospitals that we work closely with.

When patients are diagnosed with cancer or life-long blood disorders, they experience emotional and physical pain. Many from the low-income group are unable to make ends meet which result in huge financial stress. Many patients undergo intensive and high side effects treatment processes which impair them from performing their usual activities and eventually their losing their jobs. Lifeblood Centre aims to provide financial and emotional support to the beneficiaries as well as their caregivers. Cancer is not incurable, but it is a slow and painful process which requires emotional and financial support to the patients and their families.

Over the years, we have assisted over 500 cancer sufferers
and the list is still growing.

We also have an average of 95 active beneficiaries 

under Lifeblood Centre.

Lifeblood Financial Aid

Transport Coverage

Full and partial subsidies for transportation to and from the place of treatment and their place of residence where the average frequency could be 4 times a week.  We partner with transport service providers such as Comfort Delgro, GRAB and ambulance companies to provide them with cashless and effective assistance. This greatly benefits beneficiaries who experiences limited mobility, debilitating complications or side effects of treatment or the illness itself, or who are advised by their doctor to avoid public transport.

Monthly average cost per beneficiary: $500

Medical Consumables subsidies

Subsidy for medical consumables required for the treatment or maintenance of illness is available. We subsidies consumables such as needles and syringes for chelation, port expenses, diapers, milk feeds, wound care consumables, and stoma consumables among others. We also subsidies equipment or the rental of equipment.

Monthly average cost per beneficiary: $400

Know someone in need of our assistance?

Deliver A Promise

Ways to Donate:

Scan QR code to donate / Select PayNow and search UEN Number: T02SS0212H

If you require tax deduction for this donation, please key in your NRIC/FIN/UEN, contact number and indicate “LB” if you wish to help cancer patients in the “UEN/BILL REFERENCE NO.” field. (Eg.: S1234567A 98765432 LB)

Promisedland Community Services –
Lifeblood Centre

Bank code: 7339
Branch code: 533 
OCBC Current Account: 533-704979-001
Swift code: OCBCSGSGXXX

If you require tax deduction for donation made, please indicate your name in the bank transfer remarks field, and send us your full name, NRIC/FIN/UEN, transfer date and donation amount through the contact us button below.

Contact Us

You may fill up this monthly donation form and mail reply slip it back to us:

Blk 151 Bukit Batok Street 11
#03-248 
Singapore 650151

If you would like to make a donation to help the cancer patients, please cross your cheque payable to “Promisedland Community Services – Lifeblood Centre”.

All cheques can be passed to our office or send via mail to:

Blk 151 Bukit Batok Street 11
#03-248 
Singapore 650151.

Kindly include your name, address, NRIC/FIN/UEN number and contact number on the reverse side of your cheque in order for us to mail you your tax-deductible receipt.

If you would like to make a cash donation, kindly drop by our office at:

Blk 151 Bukit Batok Street 11
#03-248
Singapore 650151

We are open from 9 am to 6 pm on Mondays to Fridays.

Deliver A Promise (DAP) emphasizes the rights in basic living such as a working kettle, clean mattresses, a functional kitchen for preparing simple healthy homecooked meals, etc. We collaborate with companies and generous individuals for sponsorship of the items which are required. We have celebrated birthdays and special occasions with our children beneficiaries reminding them that they are not alone.
Our visitation staff conducts regular home visitations to ensure that we maintain a close bond with our beneficiaries and their caregivers. Home visitations provides the best insights to the physical home environment as well as the emotional support the beneficiaries and caregivers seek for. The caregivers or breadwinners of the household must juggle between their own jobs and taking care of the patient and this results in neglecting to maintain their home environment. The beneficiaries are often mentally and physically weak and are not being able to help with household chores.

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