Our Campaign Story

ends 01 Jan 2017, 11:59 PM

SuperNature, Singapore's leading retailer of organic and natural products, is deeply committed to organic living and wellness.

To celebrate the festive season and Giving Week 2016, SuperNature is pleased to once again support our long-standing partner, VIVA Foundation, to help children with cancer.

Through leading-edge research, medical care and education, VIVA Foundation has increased cure rates for blood cancers to some of the highest in the world. But more needs to be done for children with brain and solid tumours, whose cure rates are much lower. In collaboration with KK Women's and Children's Hospital (KKH), the VIVA-KKH Childhood Brain and Solid Tumours Programme brings together life-saving research, clinical care, training and education.

Your donations will go a long way:
$10 helps train a doctor specialising in childhood cancer
$50 helps improve medical facilities for the best possible care environment
$100 helps fund scientific research to develop new life-saving treatments

Give the gift of life this Christmas.

Thank you for your support.

About The Charity

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.

FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Families
Health