Our Campaign Story

ends 13 Jan 2023, 11:59 PM

Oct is here, spread some cheer.

As a growing child, I cannot imagine what it would be to be so sick and seeing your loved ones worry for you.

Help me help them

About Campaign

A childhood cancer diagnosis is traumatic and the psychosocial effects on the child and family are significant throughout treatment and beyond. This funding will enable LOVE, NILS to continue implementing programs, which engage paediatric cancer patients and their families, reducing isolation, and providing joy and hope during the trauma of cancer treatment.

All funds raised through this will support LOVE, NILS' mission to be a beacon of hope and resilience for paediatric cancer patients and their caregivers in Singapore and will be matched dollar for dollar by the Singapore government.

About The Charity

At LOVE, NILS we provide support to children with cancer and their caregivers with much needed healthcare guidance, emotional care plus social and community support that will enable them to thrive.

Where do you even begin? Parents seeking treatment for their child have to find their way through complex, often puzzling healthcare systems. Both parent and child face immense challenges to their well-being, such as anxiety, isolation and depression. To stand a better fighting chance, families need guidance, emotional care, a strong community and other forms of support that some hospitals may not be able to fully provide.

THE WORK - Holistic support with a difference.
LOVE, NILS provides families with knowledge, resources and community support at every step of the way. We're the only non-profit in Singapore that raises funds to pay for Care Coordinators who guide patients and caregivers to receive the help they need.

We believe it takes a village to heal a child. And that's why we hold regular toy drives, events, school programs and hospital visits involving many dedicated individuals, to keep children and caregivers socially engaged, hopeful and resilient. This way, they know they're not alone in the fight.

Children & Youth
Social Service