Koyo Gives Back - Our Charity Activities
Koyo Kaiun Asia Pte Ltd has always believed in giving back to our communities. We are grateful for our achievements and feel that donating to charities is our way to giving back to the communities from which we serve.
We hope to help those in need anywhere in the world: those suffering from hunger, disease, national disasters, poverty, homelessness or lack of water or medical care.
This year (2022) we are proud to announce that we have donated S$ 20,000 to each of the following six charities:
Singapore Charities We Donated
Breast Cancer Foundation
Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF) is a social service agency which advocates for the early detection of breast cancer and supports the breast cancer community in Singapore. BCF actively raises breast cancer awareness through talks, events, research and publications that advocate for early detection through regular screening. Also supports those affected by breast cancer through psycho-social programmes, support groups and befriending activities. BCF offers subsidy assistance to support low-income women for their first-time mammogram screenings and runs a complimentary wig loan programme.
Dementia Singapore Ltd
Dementia Singapore Ltd (DSL) is Singapore social service agency specialised in dementia care. DSL aims to advocate for the needs of people living with dementia and their families; empower the community through capability-building, knowledge and consultancy; and deliver quality, person-centred care innovations.
National Kidney Foundation
NKF supports the evolving health of social needs of patients with quality dialysis treatment and holistic care through an integrated renal care model. Emphasis is placed on preventive strategies to spearhead education and outreach efforts in advocate kidney health and prevention of kidney disease.
Singapore Cancer Society
SCS is dedicated to minimising the impact of cancer through education, screening, patient services, financial assistance for cancer treatment, research and advocacy.
The KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital – “Premmies Fund”
Premmies sub-fund helps premature patients (babies) with expenses like homecare consumables and homecare equipment. Some examples of consumables are feeding bags, nasal masks, humidifier connection tubes while some examples of homecare equipment are humidifiers, suction machines, and oxygen concentrators.
The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund
The Straits Times School Pocket Money fund (TSTSPMF) works with the Ministry of Education, mainstream and special needs schools, youth centres, family service centres and children's homes in disbursing the funds to students from low-income families. TSTSPMF helps these children and youths in their social and educational development, buy meals in schools, pay for transport or use it to meet other schooling needs which in turn allow these students to focus better in school and worry less about where their next meal is going to come from.
Koyo Kaiun Asia Pte Ltd will continue to do our best to be a responsible member of the community and improve quality of life for those in need.