Our Donors

We could not continue to support the migrant worker community in Singapore without the kindness and generosity of our donors. Your gifts are transforming lives.

Your support provides the backbone of HealthServe and is invaluable to our efforts.

We believe in a society where every migrant worker lives a life of health, wellbeing, and dignity. We would like to acknowledge the following people and organisations for their amazing effort, time, energy and support they have contributed towards our initiatives to help the migrant community in Singapore.

The spotlight on the plight of the migrant workers in lockdown saw a surge in many stepping forward to show solidarity with the migrant worker community.

We are truly thankful for the outpouring of support during such a challenging time for the migrant worker community in Singapore.

We would like to express our heartfelt appreciation to the following organisations for their amazing effort, time, energy, and support as they have contributed towards our initiatives to help the migrant community in 2020:

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Corporate and Other Institutional Donors in 2020

Above $500,000

  • Barclays Bank Pte Ltd

$200,000 - $499,999

  • Blackstone Singapore Pte Ltd

$100,000 – $199,999

  • Chen Su Lan Trust
  • eBay Singapore Services Pte Ltd
  • Far East Organisation
  • Lee Foundation
  • Lien Properties

$50,000 - $99,999

  • Nathalin Shipping Pte Ltd
  • Siemens
  • STT Communications Ltd
  • TikTok Pte Ltd
  • TL Whang Foundation Limited

$10,000 - $49,999

  • Birds of Paradise Gelato Boutique
  • CSL Behring Pte Ltd
  • Cooley SG LLP
  • Covenant Evangelical Free Church
  • Falcon House Capital House Pte Ltd
  • First Sentier Investors (Singapore)
  • Hansgrohe Pte Ltd
  • His Mission
  • The Silent Foundation
  • Touch C Girov
  • Wesley Methodist Church
  • Wong Partnership LLP
  • The Community Foundation of Singapore
  • IGC’X Private Limited

$10,000 - $49,999

  • Partners’ Capital Investment Group (Asia) Pte Ltd
  • Ong Shunmugam Pte Ltd
  • Silicon Laboratories Intl Pte Ltd
  • Singapore Association of Pharmaceutical Industries
  • SymAsia Singapore Fund – Yeo Family Foundation
  • Adisseo Pte Ltd
  • Albourne Partners (Singapore Pte Ltd)
  • Aortic Asisa Ltd
  • Azalea Investment
  • Binjaitree
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Tantallon Capital Advisor
  • Leap Philanthropy Ltd

Donations in kind

The sudden DORSON Orange restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic caused many struggles for HealthServe, which included a shortage of PPEs (Personal Protective Equipment) for our clinic operations and community. This need was quickly met by our corporate donors.

Telecommunications companies also stepped in to help us send out messages to their phone card migrant users about our services.

If you would like to learn more you may contact us at:

We thank the following supporters who donated in kind during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in Singapore:

  • Mapletree
  • LyGh Captial
  • M1
  • M&C
  • Prudential Foundation & Eastspring Investments
  • Razer (Asia Pacific) Pte Ltd
  • Singtel
  • Starhub
  • Tanoto Foundation
  • And many individuals, doctors and dentists who donated PPEs
With your donation we can keep our clinics and centres running for migrant workers who need support. Donate to us.

Hear From Our Corporate Donors

We wanted to show support for the migrant worker community that has helped build Singapore to the great country that it is today. This is why we are delighted to partner organisations like HealthServe who play an important role in our society by supporting and addressing unmet needs in our communities.

Mr Alexander Harrison

Country CEO, Singapore , Head of Corporate Banking, Asia Pacific and Middle East, Barclays

Barclays is committed to helping its customers, clients, colleagues, and the wider community deal with the current unprecedented medical and economic crisis caused by Covid-19. In response to our fight against Covid-19, Barclays has pledged to support charity partners in the countries that we operate in with the launch of the £100 million Covid-19 Community Aid Package in April 2020. The package aims to support charities working to care for vulnerable people impacted by Covid-19, and to alleviate the associated social and economic hardship caused by the crisis.