Orla's birthday gift is for charity
by anna orla aisling roisin
Our Campaign Storyends 22 May 2016, 11:59 PM
Please come celebrate with us for Orla's third birthday. We will have some fun and games for kids. Please bring kids swimming costumes in case they would like to swim after eating lots of cakes and goodies.
We have been fortunate to benefit in life and love. The greatest gifts we can receive are your continued friendship and your presence at Orla's birthday and to have fun.
Please do not feel compelled to bring gifts. However, if you are considering a gift, we would like you to donate the money instead to a charity of your choice or use the link to donate as reach our target for charity.
Together with Mediacorp Radio LOVE 97.2FM and record label Ocean Butterflies, VIVA Foundation for Children with Cancer are beneficiaries of the LOVE 97.2 "Chang Xin Yao, Ai Sheng Ming".
Held at One KM Mall, from 3pm to 4.30pm on Saturday 23 April and 3pm to 5pm on Sunday 24 April, LOVE 97.2 "Chang Xin Yao, Ai Sheng Ming" will see several popular radio deejays and xinyao singers taking the stage to raise funds and awareness for VIVA Foundation.
Highlights include a hair cutting session by hairstylists from Jean Yip Group. Selected members of the public can donate their cut hair to have it recycled and weaved into wigs.
(Note: there will be on-site hair selection for suitable hair quality. Due to event duration, on-site hair cutting is limited to 16persons per day.)
As persons with cancer may lose their hair during intense medical processes, some may choose to put on wigs.
One of the hair donors is veteran xinyao singer, Dawn Gan.
Another highlight is a very special flashmob performance by xinyao artistes.
Find out more information about the event by tuning into Mediacorp Radio LOVE 97.2FM.
If you are unable to go to the event, donations to support the campaign can also be made here.
Please help us to save the lives of children with cancer.
Let us believe together that EVERY CHILD DESERVES A FUTURE.
VIVA Foundation for Children with Cancer is a Singapore-based charity which focuses on saving the lives of more children with cancer by improving research, medical care and education.
Among the many illnesses and problems in the world, childhood cancer may not get the most of funds, focus and facilities. VIVA Foundation fights to put this on the agenda of institutions, by catalysing research, building state-of the-art facilities, supporting doctors and training nurses.
VIVA Foundation believes by doing so, it will change the way childhood cancers are being diagnosed and treated throughout the region, starting with Singapore. Ultimately, this will ensure more children with cancer, regardless of geography, will have a higher chance of full recovery to live out the full potential of their lives as every child deserves a future.