Raised Percent :
52%

S$1,050.00

Raised of S$2,000.00

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Campaign Story

Mdm Fatimah, aged 57, lives together with her husband, daughter and granddaughter. Since 2014, Mdm Fatimah has been suffering from multiple health issues – partial stroke, high blood pressure, breathing difficulties and heart issues. Now, she is under 19 different types of medications to help get by her day. Her medication alone could cost her more than $600 and she has been using her CPF to finance her high medical bills. Hence, her CPF has been depleting and she is worried on how she would be able to finance her medication and health check-ups in the near future.

Mdm Fatimah’s husband is currently the main provider of the family of four. He works as a bus driver earning $2,000 per month. At the age of 56, her husband works tirelessly seven days a week to provide for the family. Their daughter was previously working as a food delivery rider. Due to Mdm Fatimah’s depleting health, her daughter has not been working often to care for her mother. Mdm Fatimah shared that she was worried if her husband will be able to continue supporting the family, in addition to her high medical needs.

Hence, Ray of Hope would like to raise $2,000 ($500 x 4 months) to help Mdm Fatimah’s family with their living expenses. She hopes to recuperate herself to good health to allow her daughter to continue working. 

*Mdm Fatimah is not receiving financial social assistance.

  • August 17, 2021

    An update on Mdm Fatimah

    Dear donors We  are greatly thankful for the support towards Mdm Fatimah’s campaign! Ray of Hope has fully disbursed the amount raised to Mdm Fatimah. The amount has helped Mdm Fatimah defray her grocery expenses. Mdm Fatimah’s daughter shared that she is really thankful for the assistance. Your donation has…
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  • June 28, 2021

    2nd Disbursement Done

    Dear donors Thank you for your support towards Mdm Fatimah’s campaign! We have disbursed a total of $820( $500 and $320 in two months respectively). We have also sent Mdm Fatimah and her family some bags of groceries to help her during this difficult times. We hope to continue supporting…
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