The Woodbridge Hospital Charity Fund (WHCF), which was established in 2000, is an institute of a Public Character (IPC) and a registered charity (UEN: 201940371M) under the purview of the Ministry of Health. It was incorporated as a Company Limited by Guarantee (CLG) on 28 Nov 2019 to provide greater transparency, accountability and sustainability of the Fund.

​​Name of Organisation

Woodbridge Hospital Charity Fund​​
(formerly known as WH Endowment Fund)

Buangkok Green Medical Park
10 Buangkok View
Singapore 539747

Contact Information

Name of Contact Person: Jeremiah Koo
Telephone No: 6389 2867
Fax No: 6389 2986
Email Address: Jeremiah_JJ_KOO@imh.com.sg
Website address: www.imh.com.sg

Charity Status

UEN No.: 201940371M
Charity Regn Date: 13 Aug 2021​

IPC Status

IPC Registration No.: 201940371M
Effective Date: 13 Aug 2021 to 27 Feb 2024​

Where Does Your Money Go To?

FY2021​​​​​​​ WHCF Programmes:

Living Well
1. “I’m a Resilient Kid” Programme
2. Caregiver Support Activities

Living with Illness
3. Patient Welfare (Medical Social Work)
4. EPIP Peers 4 Rs Programme
5. Very Special Outstanding Performers (VSOP)
6. Vocational Rehabilitation for People with Mental illness (Transitional Employment & Supported Employment)
7. WE ENABLE Day Camp
8. IMH Volunteer Programme
9. IMH Joy Club – Drum Circle
10. Structured Programme of Motivational Support (Individual and Group)
11. Structured Motivational Activities at The Hut
12. Bergen 4-Day Treatment (Concentrated Exposure and Response Prevention Treatment) for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
13. Dance Therapy for Mood Disorders Unit (MDU) Ward Clients
14. Structured Motivational Support Programmes for patients on the Forensic Psychiatric Community Service (FPCS)
15. “Little Acts of Kindness” Programme for Patients in Acute and Psychogeriatric Wards

Advocacy
16. Voices of Experience

Supporting Strategies
17. Professional Development of Nurses

FY2020 WHCF Programmes:

Living Well
1. “I’m a Resilient Kid” Programme
2. Caregiver Support Activities

Living with Illness
3. Patient Welfare (Medical Social Work)
4. EPIP Peers 4 Rs Programme
5. Appreciation Events and Outings
6. Very Special Outstanding Performers (VSOP)
7. Vocational Rehabilitation for People with Mental illness (Transitional Employment & Supported Employment)
8. WE ENABLE Day Camp
9. IMH Volunteer Programme
10. IMH Joy Club – Drum Circle
11. Structured Programme of Motivational Support (Individual and Group)
12. Structured Motivational Activities at The Hut
13. Community Outing Group
14. Creative Arts Programme for EPIP Clients
15. Bergen 4-Day Treatment (Concentrated Exposure and Response Prevention Treatment) for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
16. Dance Therapy for Mood Disorders Unit (MDU) Ward Clients
17. Structured Motivational Support Programmes for patients on the Forensic Psychiatric Community Service (FPCS)

Advocacy
18. Voices of Experience

Supporting Strategies
19. Professional Development of Nurses

Board of Trustees :

Name​​
​Position Appointed Since Other Directorships & Appointments Attendance for Board Meetings (FY2020)

Mr Lee Chow Soon

Chairman

01/11/2009

Senior Partner, Tan Lee & Partners3/3

Ms Irene Png

Member

01/06/2005

Chief Financial Officer, Singapore National Eye Centre3/3

Mr Fong Heng Boo

Member

01/11/2011

Nil3/3

Dr Tan Chue Tin

Member

01/06/2005

Consultant Psychiatrist, Tan Chue Tin Clinic Pte Ltd2/3

Ms Tina Hung

Member

01/06/2005

Senior Consultant, National Council of Social Service 3/3

Mr Keith Chua

Member

01/11/2013

Executive Chairman, ABR Holdings Limited3/3
Ms Nancy Pangestu Tabardel

Member

01/11/2019Managing Director, ANB Investment Pte Ltd 3/3
Mr Francis Tan

Member
Treasurer (01/06/2021 to present)

01/11/2019Group Director, Corporate Services, National Environment Agency3/3

A/Prof Daniel Fung

Member

01/02/2021

Chief Executive Officer, Institute of Mental Health-

Auditor: Ernst & Young LLP

A Board of Trustees was set up in June 2005 to oversee the running and management of the Fund so that funds are allocated judiciously, in compliance with the rules and regulations of the Ministry of Health & the Charities Regulations 2007. Board members are renewed or re-appointed every two years. Board members do not receive any remuneration for their services on the Board.

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