Join us in our mission of enriching lives. St Luke’s Hospital is an Institution of a Public Character (IPC number: HEF0004/G, IPC status effective date: till 22/09/22).


All donations are tax deductible (250%). Tax deduction receipt is issued for donations of $50 and above. Personal income tax relief cap does not apply to tax deduction for donations as the latter is not a personal income tax relief.

  • Donate online
  • Donate by cheque, credit card
  • Donate by GIRO
  • Donate by PayNow
    Use bank app, click “PayNow”
    Log in
    Enter UEN: 199205095CDON
    Enter donation amount
    Enter NRIC/FIN/UEN in reference
    field for tax deduction
    Click “Transfer Now” to make donation
    Process may vary according to app.For tax deduction, please email with a
    screenshot/photo of the transfer
    receipt, your name, NRIC no. and
    phone no.
  • Donate by bank transfer (Internet Banking / ATM)

    Bank account name: 

    St Luke’s Hospital

    DBS bank account no. 


    Name of bank: 

    DBS Bank Ltd

    For tax deduction, please email with a screenshot/photo of the transfer receipt, your name, NRIC no. and phone no.

  • Donate CPF Savings by CPF Nomination
    Full name of organisation: St Luke’s Hospital
    Company UEN: 199205095CDON
    Email address:
    Details at CPF Nomination Scheme
  • Donate in kind
  • Pray for our work of Serving, Loving, Healing
  • Pray for our patients, wish them good health
  • Share patient stories on as they overcome challenges
  • Volunteer
  • Organise fundraisers during birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas and other special occasions including sporting achievements
  • Inspire your colleagues, be corporate volunteers

Why Give

Our patients may have cancer, pneumonia, dementia, stroke, fractures and may have undergone surgery and amputation.

St Luke’s Hospital cares for the whole person, recognising people have more than just physical needs. They also have emotional and psychosocial needs. Loving care from our award winning multi-disciplinary team comforts the sick, heals wounds and helps them regain functional abilities. Patients have recovered, gone home to their families and even returned to work.


Read about the Serving, Loving, Healing of our patients.

Patient Stories

Royston Luke Reutens, 85, had looked after his wife at home. She has poor visio....
“Sometimes, she calls me Mother,” said Ivy Koh about her mother Mdm Ng. Mdm....
Er Lye Kim, 85, was a newspaper seller. A few years after her husband passed awa....

Patient Satisfaction

Satisfaction Rate
(good and excellent ratings)

Cost Ratio

96% of our costs are for charitable activities (eg medical, nursing and rehabilitation care); the balance is for governance, fundraising, and other expenditure.

For expenditure details, please refer to our financial statements.


Our fundraising efficiency ratio is 15%. All charities and IPCs are expected to keep their fundraising efficiency ratio below 30%.

For fundraising expenses and donation details, please refer to our financial statements.


Find out more through our corporate video and see how successful rehabilitation helps Mr Chen.