ALARMING GLOBAL FIGURES OF KIDNEY FAILURE

SINGAPORE RANKS

1st
in the world for diabetes-induced kidney failure

SINGAPORE RANKS

4th
in the world for
prevalence of kidney failure

SINGAPORE RANKS

5th
in the world for incidence (new cases) of kidney failure

KIDNEY FAILURE IN SINGAPORE

THERE ARE

kidneys

4.7
new kidney failure patients daily

IN EVERY 5 HOURS,

piechart

there will be 1
new dialysis patient

THERE ARE CURRENTLY ABOUT

6ppl

6300
dialysis patients

*Figure as of Dec 2015

2 IN 3 CASES

of kidney failure in Singapore are due to diabetes

Almost Half of those with Diabetes were not aware of their condition and were therefore not being treated.

1 in every 9
ADULT SINGAPOREANS
has Diabetes

1 in every 4
ADULT SINGAPOREANS
has Hypertension

CLINICAL STATISTICS

PROGRAMMES / BENEFICIARIES

as at 30 September 2017

Providing quality, subsidised treatment to haemodialysis patients as well as subsidies to peritoneal dialysis beneficiaries.

PROGRAMMES/BENEFICIARIES AS AT 30 September 2017
TOTAL PATIENTS ON HAEMODIALYSIS 3,417
TOTAL BENEFICIARIES ON PERITONEAL DIALYSIS 504
TOTAL CHILD BENEFICIARIES 12
TOTAL BENEFICIARIES ON PORTABLE FUNDING 242
TOTAL BENEFICIARIES ON LIVE DONOR SUPPORT 30
TOTAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS AND BENEFICIARIES 4,205

FINANCIAL INFORMATION

Every dollar you donate goes entirely to patient care

Financial Statements audited by: 
RSM Chio Lim LLP, Public Accountants and Chartered Accountants.

The financial information presented below is based on the audited annual accounts, prepared in accordance with the disclosure format requirements of the Minstry of Finance.

The Financial Year 2015/16 (FY2015/16) was for 12 months from 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016

INCOME FY2013/14
(12 months)
(S$’000)
FY2014/15 (Restated)
(12 months)
(S$’000)
FY2015/16
(12 months)
(S$’000)
% Increase / (Decrease)
FY2015/16 Vs FY2014/15
DONATIONS IN CASH
– Tax Deductible 20,285 18,703 19,012 2%
– Non-Tax Deductible 1,362 1,981 2,992 51%
DONATIONS IN KIND
– Tax Deductible
– Non-Tax Deductible 17 4 20 400%
Grants/Sponsorships 22,402 31,612 39,020 23%
Programme fees 28,697 30,318 39,456 30%
Investment income 3,434 2,757 4,446 61%
Investment gains / (losses) (27)
Others
(Rental income, Sundry income, etc)
999 1,028 1,107 8%
Total Income 77,169 86,403 106,053 23%
EXPENSES FY2013/14 (Restated)
(12 months)
(S$’000)
FY2014/15
(12 months)
(S$’000)
FY2015/16
(12 months)
(S$’000)
% Increase / (Decrease)
FY2015/16 Vs FY2014/15
Direct Fund-raising Expenses 2,511 2,868 2,936 2%
CHARITABLE ACTIVITIES EXPENSES
– Local 59,956 70,172 85,074 21%
– Overseas
Other Operating & Administration Expenses 6,545 7,326 8,756 20%
Others (Investment mgmt costs) 518
Total Expenditure
Surplus / (Deficit)
69,530
7,639
80,366
6,037
96,766
9,287
20%
54%
BALANCE SHEET As at 30 Jun 2014
(Restated)(S$’000)
As at 30 Jun 2015
(Restated)(S$’000)
As at 30 Jun 2016
(S$’000)
% Increase / (Decrease)
FY2015/16 Vs FY2014/15
ASSETS
Land and Buildings 13,592 13,393 15,441 15%
Other Tangible Assets 7,211 10,591 13,883 31%
Investments
Inventories 834 809 805 0%
Accounts Receivable 13,291 14,082 15,766 12%
Cash & Deposits 280,124 294,853 314,542 7%
Other Assets (Prepayments) 159 168 229 36%
Total Assets 315,211 333,896 360,666 8%
FUNDS
Unrestricted Fund 266,091 274,117 284,460 4%
Restricted Fund 25,133 23,144 22,088 -5%
Endowment Fund 2,500 2,500 2,500 0%
Total Funds 293,724 299,761 309,048 3%
LIABILITIES
Long-Term Liabilities 4,701 13,781 23,436 70%
Current Liabilities 16,786 20,354 28,182 38%
Total Liabilities 21,487 34,135 51,618 51%
Total Funds and Liabilities 315,211 333,896 360,666 8%
OTHER INFORMATION FY2013/14 (Restated)
(12 months)
(S$’000)
FY2014/15
(12 months)
(S$’000)
FY2015/16
(12 months)
(S$’000)
% Increase / (Decrease)
FY2015/16 Vs FY2014/15
Donations/Grants and Sponsorship
given to Other charities (S$’000)
No.of employees as at end of
financial year / period
687.5 857 980.5 14%
Total Employee Costs (S$’000) 36,154 44,256 54,907 24%
Total Related Party
Transactions (S$’000)
Fund-raising efficiency 11.58% 13.85% 13.33% -4%
Ratio of reserves to annual
operating expenditure
4.00 3.54 3.03 -14%