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Our Campaign Storyends 28 Feb 2018, 11:59 PM
This year in the spirit of giving, I will be donating my hair to Locks of Love (www.locksoflove.org,) an organization that helps children suffering from hair loss, from cancer, alopecia, etc. My hair will be used to make a custom wig to help a child not feel too left out or different due to hair loss.
My goal is not only to help people who are suffering but to also help people that are trying to solve the root problem. (a cure to cancer.) If you would like to donate, I have set up a fundraising page in support of the National Cancer Centre of Singapore (NCCS) research fund.
I hope you will join me in donating to this cause.
UPDATE: a huge thank you to everyone who has donated to this effort. The amount raised for cancer research is amazing!! I have now cut my hair (see photos in the gallery) and it feels great! My long hair is on the way to locksoflove for someone else to love as much as i do/did. Thanks again! Sasha
Established in 2005, the NCC Research Fund supports innovative research to find the breakthroughs that will change how we understand, diagnose, treat and ultimately cure cancer.
With cancer research and care under one roof at the National Cancer Centre Singapore, the knowledge gained from patient-centric research fuels advancement in clinical care, which in turn provides knowledge that drives research. We firmly believe that today's research will pave the way for tomorrow's cure for cancer.
Please note that in the event that the donations made for a specific purpose/project:
(i) Are less than the minimum $10,000 to support an existing project OR
(ii) Has no new applicable project after a 2-year waiting period, the NCC Research Fund Board of Trustees reserves the right to channel these donations to the Fund's general pool in support of other worthy research projects.