How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$20 will help sponsor masks for one family affected by childhood cancer.
$50 will help sponsor books and educational activity materials for one family affected by childhood cancer.
$100 will help sponsor one full Stay Home Pack for families affected by childhood cancer.
$200 will help sponsor two Stay Home Packs for families affected by childhood cancer.
About Campaignends 14 Jun 2020, 11:59 PM
This is why we need your help in putting together the VIVA Stay Home Pack. Show your support for children and families affected by childhood cancer as they stay at home during this difficult period.
Each pack will contain adult and children's masks for protection, books and activity materials to supplement home-based learning, toys and snacks to lift spirits.
VIVA has put together a series of online and virtual programmes to complement the care packs.
VIVA la Mondays
A live event every Monday to partner local artists to create music, dance, drawings, etc, based on submissions from kids with cancer
VIVA Daily Tips
A curated daily selection of online educational materials, resources, and videos aimed to bolster home-based learning
The VIVA - Red Pencil Art Therapy Programme
Art therapy sessions to empower kids and families with tools to express themselves to cope with the the trauma of cancer
Surplus funds raised for the VIVA Stay Home Pack will be diverted to VIVA's General Fund towards childhood cancer research, medical care, and education for kids with cancer.
About the Charity
The 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 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.