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Fullerton Health Foundation

We strongly believe in doing well and doing good, by giving back to the communities in which we were nurtured in and where we now operate.

The Fullerton Health Foundation was incorporated in 2015 with the mission to improve the lives of the underprivileged by making healthcare and education in Asia Pacific more affordable and accessible. 

Through campaigning for change and collaborating with charities, the private sector, and government entities, we aspire to build capacity in healthcare and education in Asia Pacific.

Supported by grant giving to non-profit organizations and committing in-kind resources, we are able to leverage the competencies developed through Fullerton Health’s network management services business, and bring healthcare to the doorstep of the underprivileged.

Project Big Heart

We started Project Big Heart in Jan 2015 to provide free consultations and medication to over 200 elderly and underprivileged Singaporeans.

Fullerton Health Foundation Study Award

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Following the inauguration of the Fullerton Health Foundation Study Award, we look forward to expanding the number of disbursements to more students both within and beyond our Fullerton Health family, as part of our aspiration of building the next generation of changemakers in healthcare and education in Asia Pacific.

 

Value of each Award:

  • Primary School Student: S$300
  • Secondary School Student: S$400
  • Junior College/ Polytechnic/ Centralized Institute or ITE Student: S$600
  • University Student: S$800

TANTANG TUBERCULOSIS PROJECT - INDONESIA

The project was developed in support of The Global Fund and the Indonesian government’s goal to eliminate tuberculosis by 2030.

PARTNERSHIP WITH MÉDECINS SANS FRONTIÈRES (MSF)

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msf

Founded in Paris in 1971, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organization that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare.

They provide emergency medical assistance to help people survive catastrophic situations, usually in situations of armed conflict. MSF was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1999. The Fullerton Health Foundation is proud to be a sponsor of MSF, which sends approximately 2,500 international field workers to work alongside locally hired staff every year.