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Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Singapore Cancer Society

Donated $105 to Singapore Cancer Society using dividends collected in my Permanent Stocks Holdings.



http://www.singaporecancersociety.org.sg/


Background
For the past 50 years, the Society has assisted countless needy patients and advanced the cancer cause in Singapore through its many programmes and services, which include:

        - Cancer treatment subsidies
        - Financial and welfare aid
        - Hospice home care
        - Free hospital transportation to/from cancer treatment
        - Rehabilitative support
        - Cancer screening
        - Cancer research
        - Public education

The Singapore Cancer Society is a voluntary welfare organisation that depends on public donations to fund all its services and programmes.


Vision
To be the leading charitable cancer organisation in Singapore and the region, with a reputation for effective programmes for the prevention and control of cancer.


Mission
The Singapore Cancer Society is a community-based voluntary welfare organisation dedicated to minimising the impact of cancer through public education, screening, patient services, financial assistance, research and advocacy.


Core Programmes

> Community Partnerships
    Fund Raising

> Cancer Screening
    Free cancer screening services
        - Faecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) (for colorectal cancer)
        - Pap Smear (for cervical cancer)
    Health Education

> Cancer Research
    Guidelines for Submission of Application

> Hospice Care
    Free hospice home care for terminally-ill cancer patients

> Public Education
    Forums/talks on cancer prevention and control
    Quit smoking counselling sessions

> Cancer Support Services
    Free rehabilitation support to cancer patients and survivors
    Support group activities for:
        - Breast cancer patients (SCS Reach to Recovery)
        - Colorectal cancer patients (SCS Colorectal Support Group)
        - Female cancer patients (SCS Bishana)
        - Female cancer patients undergoing treatment (Look Good...Feel Better programme)
        - Nasopharyngeal cancer patients (SCS New Voice Club)
        - Prostate cancer patients (SCS Walnut Warriors)

> Welfare Services
    SCS Cancer Treatment Fund
    SCS Welfare Aid Fund
    SCS Hospital Transportation Scheme for cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy
    SCS Help the Children and Youth Programme



Donating and Volunteering
The Singapore Cancer Society is an independent voluntary welfare organisation. We are self-funded, receiving no funding from the Community Chest or National Council of Social Service. We depend on public contributions and support to carry on the good work for cancer patients and the community at large.

Every year, we organise several fundraising projects to cover our expenses. With regular and continued corporate, philanthropic and public support, we are able to ensure that critical welfare services are not disrupted.

We seek your kind assistance in giving us this much-needed support. Your generous donation will provide funds for research, public education, patient services and help improve the quality of life of cancer patients.


Frequently Asked Questions
Volunteering
Donations
Fund Raising
Financial & Welfare Assistance
Public Education
Hospice Services
Cancer Support Services
Cancer Screening



Location :-

15 Enggor Street #04-01
Realty Centre
Singapore 079716

Main Line: 6221 9578
Fax: 6221 9575

E-mail Address: enquiry@singaporecancersociety.org.sg
Website: www.singaporecancersociety.org.sg



4 comments:

  1. Good karma!! Kudos to your Charitable action!!

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    1. Normally people would embark on stock investing for passive income.

      Stock investing can also generate a constant stream of "passive" giving.

      Delete
  2. Hi Money Honey,

    I am changing your nick to Money Helping... Or Many Honey for those in need.

    *salute*

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    Replies
    1. cool ... interesting nick but they are too glorious for me to accept them as l prefer to stay as the usual, ordinary guy.

      Delete

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