The Khoo Teck Puat (UK) foundation, which is a branch of the Khoo Teck Puat Foundation in Singapore, has supported Lifelites since 2014 and has donated £375,000.
The foundation, which was founded by the late financier, hotelier and philanthropist Tan Sri Khoo Teck Puat, focuses on funding medical research and facilities, promoting education and supporting the underprivileged, particularly children.
The Khoo Teck Puat (UK) foundation is one of Lifelites biggest funders. With their help we have hired a dedicated training manager to ensure that hospice staff are able to get the most out of our specialist equipment, and they have also helped us to buy Magic Carpets for children’s hospices across the British Isles, among other things. Their generosity allows us to continue our vital work enhancing the lives of terminally ill and disabled children in hospices.
In response to an appeal by the Metropolitan Grand Lodge, led by Lifelites' Patron Rick Wakeman, we have had several generous donations from Freemasons across the country. These funds, which are continuing to come in, will help Lifelites continue to provide magical technology to life limited and disabled children in hospices.
Capco owners of iconic London venues Covent Garden and Olympia are supporting Lifelites.
Children with Cancer UK are very generous supporters of Lifelites, and in 2018 they continued their support with an incredible donation of £120,000.
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T3 – the UK’s leading printed and online gadget magazine announced their new 'Life’s Better with T3' charity initiative in 2015 and chose Lifelites as the beneficiary.
Lifelites was originally born from a concept created by volunteers from the City Livery Company, the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists.