About Campaign

ends 16 Jul 2018, 11:59 PM
In aid of needy Cancer Patients under the care of National University Cancer Institute Singapore (NCIS).

Cancer is an experience we can do without. To be stricken with it and without adequate financial means to pay for the high medical costs can be a devastating burden we can all empathize with. In conjunction with the Public Service Sports and Family Day 2018, the CSC Cycling Club together with the NCIS, is organising a mass cycling event to raise funds to help needy patients cope with the high costs of medical treatment. Registration is free of charge but we encourage participants to donate a small amount that they are comfortable with. We appeal to everyone to come forward to support this event by making donations towards this worthy cause.

For as little as $10.00, you can help to alleviate the financial burden of the many cancer patients currently needing financial aid from NCIS. All donations will go towards providing support to needy cancer patients. Your donations will not only relief them of their financial burdens but also lift their spirits, knowing that they are not alone in their fight against this deadly disease.

Thank you for your generosity.

About the Charity

NUHS Fund Limited is a charity fund established to promote all medical and health-related services that are exclusively charitable and for the benefit of the Singapore community. A key objective is to address unmet gaps not covered by existing government and community assistance schemes and to assist patients who are determined to be in need of financial assistance with the costs of medical treatments, including the costs of the recovery process. NUHS Fund Limited relies on the support of benefactors and donors, and every dollar donated goes in its entirety to fund these unmet gaps faced by our beneficiaries and their families. Website Link : http://www.nuhs.edu.sg/about-us/make-a-gift/support-patients.html

FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Community
Elderly
Health