Our Campaign Story

ends 02 Sep 2018, 11:59 PM

My name is Jus (rhymes with Gus) and I am 7 years old (that's 49 years in human years). I recently retired from the K9 unit but I still have lots of energy!!

On 19 August 2018, I will be running 3.5 km to raise funds for the Tan Kim Ping Academic Fund for radiology research.

I may be small, but I hope to do my part for radiology education and research. Please sponsor my run for Radiological Sciences as every donation counts. It's a long distance for my short little legs to go but I will try hard.

When you see me running at the RADRace, please come over to say "Hi!". I love to meet people

About Campaign

The Radiological Sciences Academic Clinical Programme (RADSC ACP) in the SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre brings together the fields of Diagnostic Radiology, Nuclear Medicine and Interventional Radiology to advance the way we see, understand and treat the human body. The RADSC ACP has recently established the Tan Kim Ping Academic Fund to honour Dr Tan's dedication and leadership in shaping the Radiological Sciences in Singapore. The Fund aims to provide world-class patient care, train the best radiologists to serve future generations, and to discover new imaging technologies and procedures to improve patient outcomes.

Mr Lim Nghee Huat, a SG50 marathon runner, is adopting the Tan Kim Ping Academic Fund as his charitable cause to support for his ultramarathon effort this year. He will be running the Great Britain Ultramarathon in August, covering 345 km across Scotland. To cheer Mr Lim on from Singapore, over 500 SingHealth staff will gather and run a shorter distance in tribute half way around the world.

We would be most grateful if you could support our cause by making a donation. Net proceeds raised from The RAD FUNdraising 2018 will go towards the Tan Kim Ping Academic Fund under the SingHealth Duke-NUS RADSC ACP to support the research and education initiatives within the Radiological Sciences faculty.

About The Charity

The SGH Health Development Fund supports the promotion, development and provision of health related services to benefit the Singapore community at large. These initiatives include assistance to patients in need, and advances in medical research and education to improve patient care. All donations received are managed and administered by SingHealth Fund, (UEN 201624016E) an Institute of a Public Character.

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Education
Health