How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$200 helps fund a trainer to conduct programmes for under our Healing Through The Arts Initiative: Activities like yoga and crochet help our members in their short and long-term recovery.
$150 helps fund the maintenance of 3 wigs under our Wig Loan Programme: Cancer treatment can be harsh leading to hair loss. The programme helps restore self-esteem and rebuild positive self-image.
$100 helps fund 2 mammograms: BCF Encouragement of Active Mammogram (BEAM) scheme subsidises the cost of mammograms for low-income women.
$80 helps fund part of an Awareness Talk: Breast Cancer Foundation holds talks to raise greater awareness of breast cancer so more women will take action through early detection measures.
Our Campaign Storyends 10 Nov 2017, 11:59 PM
We are teachers who want to make a difference by raising awareness and funds for Breast Cancer. Please donate to this wonderful cause. All proceeds go to the Breast Cancer Foundation of Singapore. This is the 6th year that we are running this fundraising campaign. (Previous donations went to The Singapore Cancer Council)
On Monday 30 October wear pink in support of our Think Pink awareness campaign.
This year we will reach a milestone of $10,000. Thanks to everyone who has supported this campaign over the years.
Year 1 we raised $1374
Year 2 we raised $2080
Year 3 we raised $1651
Year 4 we raised $2855
Year 5 we raised $1781
Total so far - $9741
About The Charity
Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF) is a social service agency with an IPC status. Our mission is to eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease. Set up in 1997, BCF is committed to raising awareness about breast cancer through talks, events and publications that advocate early detection through regular screening, as well as supporting survivors and their families through various befriending and training activities. As one of the few advocacy groups in the world with a Men's Support League that was integrated with Caregiver Support Group in year 2017, BCF aims to encourage greater male participation in society's fight against this affliction.
For more information, visit www.bcf.org.sg or follow us on Facebook and Instagram.