About Campaign

ends 25 Apr 2021, 11:59 PM
The Covid-19 pandemic has adversely affected many families financially in Singapore for sure.

With a recession looming, our needy medical students face an uncertain future ahead. Many families face possible job losses and income depreciation as we continue to battle this virus over a prolonged period of time.

We, at SMA Charity Fund (SMACF) expect to be receiving many more applications for the SMA-Medical Students' Assistance Fund (SMA-MSAF) from needy medical students this year.

This campaign is dedicated to raising funds in order that we might be able to support them through the SMA-MSAF Bursaries and help ease the financial burden on their families.

If you feel that you do not need the Solidarity Payments disbursed by the government, please consider donating to SMACF as we stand together in Solidarity with needy medical students.

*Kindly note that starting 16 September 2020, every donation of $120 will receive our specially customized Front-Line Heroes' Bear set; self collection only.

About the Charity

The SMA Charity Fund (SMACF) was set up by the Singapore Medical Association (SMA) in 2013 and has been a registered charity under the Charities Act since 17 April 2013 and a registered charity with IPC status since 27 December 2013.

SMACF was created to further the works done under the SMA-Medical Students' Assistance Fund, a bursary program established in 2007, to help underprivileged medical students in NUS Medicine, and now to LKC Medicine and Duke-NUS too.

Together with many medical professionals and like-minded individuals, we are committed to the future of medicine in Singapore by ensuring that any young person who has the passion, ability and dream to be a doctor, irrespective of family background and socioeconomic status are able to pursue a career in medicine.

Apart from financial assistance bursaries, SMACF also supports learning exposure, advocates volunteerism, provides support for health and public health related education and recognises mentorship by acknowledging exemplary medical educators.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Children & Youth

Ronnie Cheok, Contact Person