Getting Involved

You can help us in the arduous fight against cancer, which is affecting many around us today. Together, we can get closer to a cancer-free tomorrow.
There are various ways of getting involved.

You can make a difference with the NCCS, be it through:
•             making a donation
•             purchasing a sale item – Voices of Hope CD or Sharing Plates
•             participating in a charity event such as the Run For Hope
•             volunteering your time and expertise, or
•             even adopting one of our charity funds as a beneficiary for your corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts.

On-going Events

NCCS Charity Dinner 2018

The NCCS Charity Dinner is a signature biennial charity event organized by NCCS to raise funds for cancer research, patient care, medical education and other important priorities of the institution.

This year, the dinner will be held on 3 November 2018 at the Ritz Carlton Millennia, Grand Ballroom.

Be our event’s donor.  A spectacular evening of fun, entertainment and exquisite dinner await you.

Your donation will help provide financial assistance to patients in need, enhance patient and palliative care for better quality of life, improve cancer prevention programmes to reduce cancer incidences in Singapore, provide fellowship opportunities to advance medical education and support research to find breakthroughs that will change how we understand, diagnose, treat and ultimately cure cancer.

For enquiries, please call 63763644 or email:


Run For Hope 2019

Be part of the 15,000 running together in support of cancer patients and research on 17th February 2019 (Sun) at Singapore Sports Hub, OCBC Square.  Come run with us towards a cancer-free future by signing up at 


Past Events
Dr William Tan's hand-cycled 500KM from London to Paris, in aid of Cancer Research

In conjunction with his 5th year of survival from Stage 4 Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia, Dr William Tan, Resident Physician at NCCS, hand-cycled from London to Paris for a distance of 500km in four days to raise funds for cancer research programmes, including that of Lymphoma.

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“Colours of Hope” – NCCS Charity Gala 29 March 2014
This year, NCCS held a charity gala as a celebratory expression of her vision and achievements as the largest one-stop cancer treatment facility in Singapore. The philanthropic objective of this event was to raise at least $10 million to provide for patient care initiatives, in particular the new Proton Beam Treatment facility as well as crucial grants to sustain the Centre’s ongoing research enterprise in finding a cure for cancer.

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Run for Hope 2013

Run For Hope (RFH) 2013 reached a new milestone with more than 11,000 participants taking part in the 3.5km and 10km routes at The Promontory at Marina Bay on 17 November 2013, making this the largest turnout in the event’s history.

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Pretty In Pink by NUSS DanceSport

The National University of Singapore Society DanceSport Section organized a Charity Tea “Pretty in Pink” on the 12th of October, 2013 to promote awareness of breast cancer in conjunction with the Breast Cancer Awareness month and to also raise funds for breast cancer related programmes for patients at the National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS).

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"Forever Ervin" - Book sale in aid of the cancer cause

At 15, when most secondary school students could bond with classmates, enjoy games and participate in outdoor activities, Ervin was fighting advanced stage cancer. His love for life and his willingness to fight was an inspiration to many. “…he never gave up fighting,” shared his cousin, Darryn. Ervin wanted to contribute actively to the welfare of the patients at the NCCS. He told himself then, that he would make a difference to the cancer community. To inspire others, in memory of Ervin, and to share his journey with others, his father published this book authored by one of Ervin’s doctors.

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Run for Hope 2012

On 18 November 2012, for the first time, the Run For Hope (RFH) co-organised by NCCS and the Four Seasons Hotel Singapore and Regent Singapore, had its largest turnout of 10,000 runners in their history of running for cancer research. Its first ever city-run at the Padang was officiated by the Minister of Health, Mr Gan Kim Yong, who also participated in the 3.5km family fun run/walk.

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InHerShoes 2012

InHerShoes once again supported the National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS) in stomping out cancer with through arts and music. In its third year, InHerShoes had a variety of performances and activities to raise awareness, support and funds for the fight against cancer on 16 to 18 November 2012.

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Prudential Golf Charity 2011

Celebrating its 80 memorable years here, Prudential Assurance Company Singapore (Prudential Singapore) hosted some charitable activities organised to benefit the community. Amongst these was a Prudential Carnival where ticket sales proceeds were donated to the NCC Research Fund.

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Rays of Hope Concert

NCCS’s first charity concert-gathered the brightest musical stars in the region for a very special concert in aid of young cancer patients. Their first joint performance was under the direction of master arranger and music maestro, Iskandar Ismail.

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Colours of Hope NCCS Charity Gala

Themed the Colours of Hope, the charity gala aimed to highlight the vibrancy of research, colours of life and hope as well as the importance of continuity in research developments that can benefit cancer patients. Funds were raised from corporations and donors invited to host tables for S$10,000, S$25,000 and S$50,000 or make outright donations.

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Cultural Exchange and Art Exhibition of Alfredo Alcalde: Elements from the Soul

Support for a meaningful cause has no cultural boundaries. Initiated by two foreign ambassadors in support of NCCS research programmes, the International Culture Centre organised the “Cultural Exchange and Art Exhibition of Alfredo Alcalde: Elements from the Soul”. Works by Peruvian artist Alfredo Alcalde were exhibited and drew some 200 guests.

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