At CCF, we aim to build a community of support for our beneficiaries. The public plays an important role by showing their care and support when the patient returns to school or work. Therefore, it is important for the public to understand the challenges families of children diagnosed with cancer have to go through.
CCF raises awareness and debunks unfounded myths and beliefs of childhood cancer through talks, seminars, exhibitions and roadshows by working closely with community stakeholders such as corporate partners, educational institutions and grassroots organisations.
To request for an educational talk about childhood cancer, please download:
Community Involvement Project/ Service Learning Project
There are many ways that schools and/or student groups can help CCF and we are most keen to explore how we can create opportunities whereby you can contribute your time/talent.
Recommended Options/Ideas for your project: