PR.

The Death of the Press Release has been greatly exaggerated.

It is the subject of great debate as to whether or not press releases are useful anymore. The truth is that press releases are useful like they always have been. But while useful as a delivery mechanism, if the content isn't useful, expect to be ignored.

NKF Planned Giving Appeal Letters

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NKF-Planned Giving Appeal Letters

Pledge Your Heart Today (Long Version)

What is Planned Giving?

Imagine that there was a way where you could help every man, woman and child suffering from disease to live a healthier and happier life. A new chance to live life to the fullest because of one small decision on your part.

A decision called Planned Giving (or Legacy Giving) allows you to do your bit for charity with your the proceeds of your insurance policies. By allocating a portion of your policy returns to your preferred charity, you can ensure that your it will be put to good use in a meaningful way.

Importance of Planned Giving

People express their feelings in a multitude of ways. After all, every one of us is unique, in life no two people are alike, and yet we can say that there are those who nature has blessed with good heath and wealth, and others who suffer from chronic illnesses, many of them helpless children.

Philanthropy is known to aid those who need help the most; the poor, the unfortunate and the chronically sick. It allows charitable organisations to work towards a better society by combating illness and dispair. But to do this, they need the resources to succeed, and one of the ways they do this is through donations from the public.

As an individual, planned giving is a way to make merit and to make a difference. It also provides immense satisfaction from the knowledge that your generosity has contributed to the betterment of those who are in need.

Planned giving is important to the cultural development of Singapore. If we hope to be a more gracious society and be recognised as a first world city, we must ensure that altruism and philanthropies are values which reflected by our actions.

Personal Benefits of Planned Legacy Giving

Planned Giving is effective and convenient to execute.

  • PLANNED GIVING is an effective and convenient way of benefiting your favourite charity , depending on whichever cause you believe in. Feel the sense of satisfaction and realise your long cherished dreams of giving back to the community, by helping the needy. By nominating a charity as your beneficiary in your Insurance or CPF nominations in a Will, proceeds will go into improving the lot of the under-privileged in the event of your untimely demise.

  • PLANNED GIVING is exempted from probate taxation. This means that you are relieved of the burden of having your estate taxed by the government.

  • PLANNED GIVING affords you privacy and discretion in resolving your financial and domestic matters. It involves the family in the wonderful endeavor of altruism.

  • PLANNED GIVING allows you to nominate your favourite charities to benefit from your assets, thereby furthering the development of society. If no such will is made, your assets will be distributed according to the wishes of the government!


Most importantly, PLANNED GIVING is easy and inexpensive to do.

How Do I Do It?

  • Perhaps you already have a charity in mind, if not, take a look at those causes dear to you and decide. There are many to choose from. For example, the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) is a charitable organisation committed to relieving the financial burden of those with life-threatening illnesses and their families, that you can lend a helping hand to.

  • Notify your NTUC agent that you would like to nominate your favourite charitable organisation as the beneficiary of your policy, or perhaps even your CPF savings or shares of an approved corporation (e.g. Singtel). This can be done with a form available at any of the CPF regional office. Call 1800-227-1188 for more details. Two witnesses must be present with the donor.

  • Your will should be amended by a lawyer to nominate the charity as the beneficiary of your assets, to ensure that your wishes are fulfilled. If you don’t already have a Will, your NTUC agent can help you in preparing one.

Planned Giving is a form of Charity jointly advocated by both NTUC Income www.income.com.sg and the National Kidney Foundation www.nkfs.org. If you would like more information on Planned Legacy Giving, contact the NKF Hotline at (65) 6250 1555,or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For more information on Insurance Sales and Nominations, contact NTUC Income at (65) XXXXXXX. Or email

The Importance of a Will

A Will is an indispensable component of a modern financial plan. Previously thought to be inauspicious by the Chinese, it is now standard practice to include a Will in your financial planning strategies.

Why is it important? A Will allows you to exercise your rights in having complete control of how you want your assets to be distributed. If a Will is not made before a person’s death, the state takes control and allocates your assets as it deems fit. This often does not take special provisions into consideration. For instance, you may wish to leave more money for a disabled or less privileged kin or continue your support for charitable causes. These are special provisions that can only be addressed if a Will has been drawn.

Without a Will, the court will likely appoint a complete stranger such as a lawyer you have never met to manage your assets. This is impersonal and probably unsatisfactory and disagreeable. Taking matters into your own hands is the way to go!

A Will gives you the power to create a special trust fund for a kin who specially needs it (e.g disabled relative, under aged children, elderly parents). The trust will properly ensure the well being of your loved one for his or her lifetime or for a stipulated period. This is one of the most powerful instruments of love you can wield, the assurance that your loved ones will be properly cared for under all circumstances.

A Will also allows you to continue showing your support to the causes you champion in your lifetime. Your commitment and sincerity will live on in posterity long after you pass on.

All bequests to charitable organisations in Wills are exempted from probate taxation in Singapore. You can allot a portion of your assets to further your preferred cause and better the lot of the less fortunate, at the same time save yourself from paying estate duties which go into the government’s coffers.

We would be pleased to discuss with you or your financial planners how a gift to the charity in your Will can be an important part of your plan and benefit the society meaningfully. For more information, please contact XX, NTUC’s Planned Giving Co-ordinator, toll-free at 1800-XXX XXXX.

Alternatively, you could email us at:______________

Sample language for a Bequest

The following statement is all that is needed to include the National Kidney Foundation in your will: “I give, devise, and bequest to the National Kidney Foundation Singapore, 81 Kim Keat Road, Singapore 000000, ______ % of my estate or the sum of $______ (or describe stocks, bonds, life insurance or other assets) to be used for the general purpose of aiding kidney patients.”


Pledge Your Heart Today (Short Version)

Planned Giving

Planned Giving (or Legacy Giving) allows you to do your bit for charity with your insurance policies. By allocating a portion of your policy returns to your preferred charity, you can ensure that your insurance policy will be put to good use in a meaningful way.

How Does It Benefit Me?

  • Planned Giving is an effective and convenient way of benefiting your chosen charitable organisation, depending on whichever cause you champion. Feel the sense of satisfaction and realise your long cherished dreams of giving back to the community and helping the needy. By nominating the charity as your beneficiary in you Insurance/CPF nomination and Will, proceeds will go into improving the lot of the under-privileged in the event of your untimely demise.

  • Planned Giving allows you to nominate your favourite charities to benefit from your assets, thereby furthering the development of society. If no such nomination in your Will is made, the government will determine the distribution of your assets.

  • Planned Giving is exempted from probate taxation. This means that you are relieved of the burden of having your estate taxed by the government.

  • Planned Giving affords you privacy and discretion in resolving your financial and domestic matters. It involves the family in the common endeavor of altruism.

Most importantly, PLG is easy and inexpensive to do.

How Do I Do It?

  • Perhaps you already have a charity in mind, if not, take a look at those causes dear to you and decide. There are many to choose from. For example, the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) is a charitable organisation committed to relieving the financial burden of those with life-threatening illnesses and their families, that you can lend a helping hand to.

  • Notify your NTUC agent that you would like to nominate your favourite charitable organisation as the beneficiary of your policy, or perhaps even your CPF savings or shares of an approved corporation (e.g. Singtel). This can be done with a form available at any of the CPF regional office. Call 1800-227-1188 for more details. Two witnesses must be present with the donor.

  • Your will should be amended by a lawyer to nominate the charity as the beneficiary of your assets, to ensure that your wishes are fulfilled. If you don’t already have a Will, your NTUC agent can help you in preparing one.

Planned Giving is a form of Charity jointly advocated by both NTUC Income www.income.com.sg and the National Kidney Foundation www.nkfs.org. If you would like more information on Planned Legacy Giving, contact the NKF Hotline at (65) 6250 1555,or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For more information on Insurance Sales and Nominations, contact NTUC Income at (65) XXXXXXX. Or email

NKF Planned Giving Guide Cover Letter

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NKF-Planned-Giving Booklet Cover Letter

(Note: This is the printed coverletter that came with the Your Guide to Giving booklet, which I also wrote. Click here to read text only version of it.)

Dear [NAME], do you know how it feels to make a difference?

People express their feelings in a multitude of ways. After all, everyone of us is unique, in life, no two people are alike, yet we can say that there are those who nature has blessed with good heath, and others who suffer from chronic illnesses, many of them helpless children.

We can also say that there are those who are outwardly expressive and there are those who are very quiet and reserved. These individuals may all be very loving and compassionate people, they just show their feelings differently. But deep down, none of us wants to see other people suffer, and if given the opportunity, all of us would strive to alleviate the pain of others through our good works.

Like the good works of the National Kidney Foundation and donors like you.

Yet, without the support of caring people like you, the NKF would not have been able to set up its life-saving dialysis programme, saving the lives of thousands of kidney patients who did not have the resources to save themselves. Or helping children stricken by debilitating disease like epilepsy, brittle bone disease, growth hormone disorders and many others problems. But because compassion is a virtue we both share, these poor and needy patients live better, healthier lives, and the stress on their families is reduced, because strangers like you came and reached out to help them selflessly.

I am writing to you today to tell you about a vital programme that can allow us to continue our good works for generations to come, saving the lives of disadvantaged Singaporeans through Planned Legacy Giving.

As some of you may know, planned giving is a powerful investment that ensures your family’s future needs are well taken care of and at the same time, helps provide the suffering and sick with the most precious gift of all – life. A planned gift can be made in the form of CPF nominations, life insurance, wills and many other convenient ways.

Your Guide to GivingEnclosed is a copy of Your Guide to Giving, which is full of information about this important programme. It also shows the importance of having a will, to ensure peace of mind for one’s twilight years. Why do you need a will? A will is an estate plan, which everyone should have, whether we are single, married, raising a family, or approaching retirement. Writing a will is a good opportunity to get our affairs in order. If you already have a will, you should review it. A person’s priorities and financial needs change as we age.

Without a will, you are depriving yourself of one last opportunity to express your true feelings. A will is a legal document that sets out your estate plan. Making an estate plan can be simple and it does not have to be expensive. Yet two-thirds of us die without a valid will. Without an estate plan, state law determines who receives your property. These laws are not adjusted to fit individual situations. They are very rigid. The chance that your property would be divided the way you want it to be is very slim if you do not have a will. The court will appoint your personal representative, distribute your property, and even appoint a guardian for your minor children. Don’t let this happen to you.

Since a will is so important, you should get professional advice. It is easy to overlook very important considerations such as estate taxes, and giving to charities. Remembering your favorite charitable institutions in your will is an expression of your commitment to their good works. As with all financial decisions, a planned gift should be designed with care. NKF’s planned giving professionals will work closely, and confidentially, with you to ensure that your gift to the National Kidney Foundation achieves your individual goals.

Through your will, you can express your love and affection, your generosity and compassion, towards your family, and those who are struggling to live, by transforming their lives and giving them hope for a better future. And you can do it in your own way. Your will can be much more than just a vehicle used to distribute your property. It can be a testimony of love. By remembering your loved ones, and making sure those who are suffering are taken care of, you are expressing your love.

Sow the seeds of life today. Planned Legacy Giving will cost you nothing but will leave long-lasting blessings for you and those you care about the most.

Yours sincerely

T T Durai

Honorary Secretary/CEO

There are many options for those who wish to continue to make a difference in Singapore for generations to come. Planned Legacy Giving can provide a means for achieving your financial goals as well as ensuring the future of the National Kidney Foundation.

Benefits of such gifts may include:

  • Reducing or eliminating capital gains taxes.
  • Reducing or eliminating estate and gift taxes for your heirs.
  • Increasing income tax deductions.
  • Providing a secure income stream for you and your heirs.

Some of these vehicles for giving include:

  • Specific bequests through your will. The gift may be a specific dollar amount or a percentage of your assets, including stocks, bonds, real estate and others.
  • Naming the National Kidney Foundation as the beneficiary of your CPF, trust funds or life insurance policies.

Take a look at Your Guide to Giving to learn more. We hope that the ideas and suggestions presented here have given you something to think about, and we look forward to talking with you. As you have seen, there is more to Planned Legacy Giving than just considering the tax benefits. The emotional rewards, which can only be described by those who have felt them, make supporting the NKF a life-changing experience.

We are excited about working with you to determine how a planned gift can satisfy your overall financial and personal goals while providing a secure future for disadvantaged Singaporeans. All consultations are held in strict confidence. Contact us today for more information or to request a personalized illustration of how a planned gift can benefit you.

 

XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX

Director of Planned Giving Planned Giving Coordinator

When we think of childhood...

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NKF-Children's Kidney Fund Appeal Letter

When we think of childhood, we often think back to our fun filled, worry free days of endless play and ambitious dreams. While we might have our sad moments, we always seemed to come out of it with smiles on our faces.

However, not everyone is blessed with an idyllic and happy childhood. There are children whose days are fraught with pain and suffering, and each day is a struggle to get through, with countless visits to hospitals for treatments and therapies, and a dependence on medication, just to stay alive.

We have all heard the countless heat-breaking stories of kids who suffer from life-threatening diseases like diabetes, brittle bone disease, heart disease, growth hormone deficiency and epilepsy.

One such kid is Wei Xi.

When she was just three years old, Wei XI was diagnosed with a brain tumor, and as a result, she has had to undergo seven brain operations. Because of her condition, she was unable to go to school and study with other kids her own age. This made her feel constantly frustrated and depressed… her only happiness came from playing with her pet bird.

As her motor skills were affected by her illness, the Children’s Medical Fund came to her aid, providing her with growth hormone treatment, which has drastically improved the quality of her life.

Now she is gaining new friends, and is well enough to attend a special school, thanks to the efforts of the CMF and the heartfelt generosity of donors like you. Now with the drug subsidy provided to Wei Xi, she has improved health and is starting to live a happy childhood.

Kids today are very lucky to have the convenience of electronic devices at home, like television, computers and video games. However, some kids have another kind of electronic device in their homes… a kidney dialysis machine, which helps keep their blood clean.

Joan is another child whom the Children Medical Fund has helped with its innovative medical subsidy programmes. Born with a defective kidney, Joan has suffered from end-stage kidney failure since she was just two and a half years old.

Every night she undergoes a ten-hour dialysis ritual where she is connected to the machine by a permanent catheter tube which was implanted into her belly.

Treatment to keep her alive costs over three thousand dollars a month at private clinics, but thanks to the children’s medical fund, her parents only have to pay a hundred and fifty eight dollars a month for this life saving treatment. Her parents still hope that Joan will be able to get a kidney transplant soon, but unfortunately, she must wait, as there is a serious shortage of organ donors in Singapore.

Until the day that a new kidney becomes available, the Children’s medical fund, and hopefully you as well, will be there so that Joan can grow up and enjoy a normal life, free from the horrors of catheter tubes a the dialysis machine.

Since the year 2000, the Children’s Medical Fund has benefited over twenty nine hundred kids suffering from chronic and life-threatening illnesses, by providing subsidized health care and assistance to them and their families. Providing crucial financial aid to those children suffering from congenital heart diseases, growth hormone deficiency, childhood diabetes, epilepsy and many other tragic diseases.

In addition, the children’s Medical fund has conducted health talks for over a quarter of a million school kids, all over Singapore, promoting good health and teaching the methods on how to achieve it. This effort also includes health screenings for over twenty three hundred primary schoolchildren, with an emphasis on prevention.

The CMF also established the Shaw-NKF Children’s Kidney Center at the National University Hospital, which provides specialized health care for children suffering from chronic illnesses. The Children’s Kidney Centre is staffed by the most highly trained and qualified medical personnel, and is funded by the CMF and donors like you. The Children’s Kidney Centre also offers special child life rehabilitations therapy, which helps these kids cope with the trauma of their illnesses. In addition, there is a diabetes nurse educator who provides essential therapy for kids suffering from diabetes.

In this mission to help children who are no different that you or I, except for their suffering, the Children’s Medical Fund has pledged half a million dollars a year that is needed for the Children’s Kidney Centre to operate.

The Children’s Medical Fund also believes in every child’s right to a proper education, and provides tuition subsidies of up to 80%, to help these kids get the education they deserve.

However, the CMF cannot do it alone. Your help is needed in this life saving mission to help these children lead normal lives. Your support is critical to raising the ten million dollars, which is necessary for success.

We’re not asking you to give until it hurts… we’re just asking you to give until they stop hurting.

NephroAsia Sets New Records!

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NKF-Convention Breaking Record Email

NephroAsia 2004 Sets New Records!

This year, the 2nd Annual NephroAsia Conference in Singapore has drawn more than 1,500 delegates from over 80 countries around the world to explore exciting new technologies and promising new treatments to fight a growing health threat.

With the demand for Nephrology treatment steadily growing worldwide as a result of the growing number of new cases of kidney disease, so is the need for innovative partnerships and global networking.

NephroAsia 2004 has come to be recognised, as the premier meeting for facilitating learning through close interaction, amongst recognized experts and attendees, and the demand has been overwhelming! For the first time, the entire conference has been booked solid

Also this year, there will be a record 97 expert speakers, including the guest of Honour, Professor Tan Chorh Chuan, Director of Medical Services and Minister of Health, continuing the tradition of providing in-depth information about selected areas of nephrology

This coming together of the world's top minds in an alliance to find new ways to improve the lives of millions of kidney ailment sufferers is an exciting example of Singapore's leadership in the fields of bio-medical technology and health care management

It gives the National Kidney Foundation of Singapore great pleasure to present this partnership of innovative and cutting edge organisations in a coalition of the finest and most accomplished personalities in the medical field

"This conference is the perfect avenue for finding new cures and technologies for a very important cause, which is to find ways to enhance our treatment and care for our patients. The agenda of NephroAsia 2004 will provide the platform for important progress, and we are happy that so many have chosen to join us in this exciting mission." - TT Durai, CEO/Honorary Secretary, NephroAsia Congress Secretary General

Dear Friend of the NKF

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NKF-Donation Appeal Letter

Dear Friend of the NKF:

We are writing to thank you for your support over the years.

You know that because of the National Kidney Foundation thousands of Singaporeans have signed organ and tissue donor cards.

You also know that because of the National Kidney Foundation thousands more have become aware of how they can make their lives more healthy by avoiding habits and lifestyles that lead to organ failure.

Still many Singaporeans die every day because there are not enough organs available to meet the need. And there are thousands of patients in Singapore who are on transplant waiting lists.

Obviously, there is still an urgent need for the National Kidney Foundation and its grassroots efforts to reach out to people across the country.

Who among us doesn't know someone, perhaps a family member or a dear friend, whose life has become a struggle because of diabetes or kidney disease? The stories are countless.

But we also know countless people who have been helped by the National Kidney Foundation - people who without the intervention of the National Kidney Foundation would have become mortality statistics.

While the NKF has had dramatic success in the 35 years since it was founded, we still have a lot of work to do. Too many people are dying needlessly from diabetes, kidney disease and other organ failure due to lack of donors, poor health practices and financial difficulties in affording healthcare.

When we started out in 1969, we were the first and only organization in the country dedicated to addressing these issues. Many people told us that we were wild dreamers for thinking that we could do something about such a difficult public health problem.

But the National Kidney Foundation, with the support of people like you, pressed ahead. The first step or phase in our strategy was to provide subsidized dialysis and kidney treatment and to increase organ donation, and within a few years we implemented Phase II, which focused on preventing the need for transplantation in the first place. And we succeeded.

Today, the numbers of Singaporean organ and tissue donors have increased dramatically. And more and more are survivors with the benefit of organ and tissue transplants.

But now the National Kidney Foundation is poised to launch Phase III of its strategy. We are going to launch an aggressive attack on childhood diseases through a national campaign of community education and empowerment.

The campaign will use all the grassroots tactics that have worked so well for us in the past. The local National Kidney Foundation sites nationwide will work with credible community groups and organizations. We will attack and eliminate the causes of childhood diseases that cause such tragic and unacceptable suffering.

While this campaign is just as ambitious as ever, we recognize also that the National Kidney Foundation is faced with some significant challenges. And we need your help.

We need to expand our mission with more sites and affiliates across the nation, and we need to expand our funding base. Both of these efforts are critical to the long-term sustenance and growth of the National Kidney Foundation.

Over the years, National Kidney Foundation has grown and succeeded because of the support of friends like you. As we embark on this new phase of our mission, we hope to be able to continue to rely on your support.

The fact is that we need your help now more than ever. And so we write you today to ask you to make a gift to the National Kidney Foundation. We hope you will consider writing a check and supporting our efforts.

Our mission is just as valid and just as urgent as it was the day we started. And with your help we can continue to save lives. After all, we are still the only organization in the nation dedicated to addressing the problems that financially disadvantaged patients face with organ and tissue transplantation.

If we don't do this job, no one else will. Please join us in our mission and make a gift today.

Thanks again for your support

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Bold, dashing and exquisitely crafted, Jeffree Benet’s PR copywriting skills makes the perfect communication choice for your entire PR needs

 

04 June 2013, PRAGUE – Created with the ultimate consumer response in mind, Jeffree Benet’s copywriting portfolio is unlike any other. Compromised of bold phrases and uncompromising quality with a style so sleek and daring, the example shown here exceeds demanding Marketing Industry standards.

 

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An avid fan of JEFFREE’s work, Executive Creative Director Greg Sutcliffe says, “Jeff is expressive, friendly and passionate. He works well within a team structure and excels when he is set his own targets and can work with a high degree of autonomy. He works quickly and efficiently and is well versed in a wide range of software that helps him express his ideas without recourse to the studio.”

 

JEFFREE gives you an extra reason to spend quality time with your clients this year. Plan a media campaign with your journalist database - post a brief of what you need done in JEFFREE’s LinkedIn mailbox, and let him show you how good his skills are and win more work from your clients!

 

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About Jeffree Benet

Jeffree is a Californian with over 11-years experience living and working in the Czech Republic, working in media and advertising (Think Magazine, Hele Magazine, McCann Erickson, JWT, Mather Advertures, Leo Burnett, etc.). Working primarily as a copywriter and publisher, and with significant design experience, he has a great understanding of the Czech language that can come only from working with it on a daily basis, and speaks Czech on the intermediate level. As for native English, he is an English major and award-winning advertising copywriter who has written hundreds of press releases, articles and ad copy for the biggest names in the industry; HSBC bank, Martini, Vodafone/Oskar, Maybelline, Nestle, Rolex, and many more. He can write in American, British, International and Straights English styles as well. You can see some of his works at www.be.net/jeffree.

 

Jeffree is available on a full or flex-time basis, and has his own company for billing purposes and ease of employment.

 

About Revolt Communications

Revolt is a specialty communication arts company that focuses on marketing, media and advertising production of unique communication pieces for a full range of professional clients. The company’s mission is to make unique advertising affordable and accessible to businesses both great and small, starting them on their journey to business growth. The Revolt name comes from its Latin roots, Middle French revolter, from Italian rivoltare "to overthrow, overturn" frequentative of Latin revolvere (past participle revolutus), which literally means, "turn, roll back".

 

Revolt Communications was set up in 2007 and because of the founder’s belief that quality communication is always referred back to, either to the offer in the original communication, or to the brand in the consumer’s mindspace, Revolt believes that communication materials are worthless if no one is attracted to it or reads it. It is wasted if no one remembers its message...

 

For more information on Revolt Communications, visit www.revolt.sg.

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