Your support is important to us
Parkinson Society Singapore is an independent non-profit organisation that is funded by public and corporate donations. Registered as an Institution of Public Character (IPC), a single donation of S$50 and above to PSS will be eligible for tax deduction of 2.5 times the donated amount.
Please note that tax deduction will be automatically included in your IRAS tax assessment.
Donations may be made via cheques, issued to Parkinson Society Singapore.
Online donations may be made via www.Giving.sg AND www.Give.asia
The Society appreciates all donations, whether it is a one-time gift or an on-going one.
You can also make a donation in memory or in honour of a loved-one.
Ways you can donate:
3. Donate via PayNow QR code
To donate via PayNow, please scan the QR code using your Google Pay or your online banking app:
You may also key in our UEN Number S96SS0203J to donate via UEN.
Single donation of S$50 & above will be eligible for tax deduction of 2.5 times the donated amount.
To request for tax deduction for your PayNow donation, please indicate your NRIC/FIN/UEN number under “Bill Reference”.
Thereafter, please email your full name, NRIC/FIN/UEN number, contact number and a screenshot of your successful transaction to firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Cheque Donation to Parkinson Society Singapore
To make a cheque donation to Parkinson Society Singapore, please download and complete this donation form, and mail your cheque and form to:
Parkinson Society Singapore
Blk 191 Bishan Street 13, #01-415
All cheques should be made payable to "Parkinson Society Singapore".
Single donation of S$50 & above will be eligible for tax deduction of 2.5 times the donated amount. Please include your NRIC/FIN/UEN number for auto-inclusion in our tax deduction filing.
By submitting your donations, you fully understand and consent to allow Parkinson Society Singapore (PSS) to collect, use, disclose and/or process your personal data in order to process, administer, facilitate, maintain and/or manage your relationship with PSS as a donor, including communications on PSS’ activities, programs and services; donation requests; analysis and development activities for PSS’ purposes; and making disclosures required by law or a competent authority, which include submission of donation data to the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore for tax-deduction computation.