Donation Drives

[Ended] Until Feb 12: Medical supplies to Earthquake Victims

Feb 11, 2023

Last Updated: Aug 5, 2023

Ending February 12

Relief Singapore (RSG) is working with a partnering non-profit organization in Turkey – Hayrat Yardim (Hayrat Aid) – to collect the following requested items:

  • Painkillers: naproxen (Apranax), paracetamol (Parol), aspirin, Dolorex, Novalgin, Majezik
  • First aid items: cervical collars, SAM splints, knee and arm braces, arm slings, wrist bands, heating blankets
  • Paediatrics: milk formula (Halal), diapers, feeding bottles, milk pumps and apparatus, pacifiers
  • Other items: vitamins and supplements, urostomy bags, body temperature measurement probes, sanitary pads

Donations-in-kind of the above mentioned relief items can be dropped off this weekend (Feb 11/12) at the collection centre:

Bethesda Bedok Tampines Church
300 Bedok North Ave 3, 
Singapore 469717
[map]

  • Drop-off point: Turn into church carpark; drop off items at designated area in the carpark; parking on premises is limited.
  • When
    • Sat (Feb 11) from 9am-3pm; 
    • Sun (Feb 12) from 2pm-8pm

Only items as specified above will be accepted; 

  • items should be new & unused; 
  • milk formula must be Halal-certified; 
  • and all medicine, vitamins/supplements and milk formula to have shelf life of 6 months or more, said the organisers.

Relief Singapore is also seeking US$50,000 for its response efforts. 

Organisations and individuals interested may get in touch at [email protected] for more details.

Cash donations will not be accepted at the collection centre.

See here for more info: https://www.bbtc.com.sg/turkey-syria-earthquake/

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