Children's Cancer Foundation is a social service agency with a mission to improve the quality of life of children with cancer and their families, and children impacted by cancer.

Founded in 1992, CCF provides children with cancer the much needed support in their battle against the life threatening illness through enhancing their emotional, social and medical well-being. 

Over the years, CCF has helped more than 3,200 children and their families at different stages of illness and recovery.

Find out about the programmes and services of CCF here.

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The Hope

Organised by Children's Cancer Foundation (CCF), The Hope Train is an online advocacy and fundraising campaign that aims to raise childhood cancer awareness and funds for children and families affected by cancer.

The Hope Train is on its annual mission from 6 September to 3 October 2021 to bring hope and raise $150,000 for children and families affected by cancer living in

Hope Town!


Hear the voices of childhood cancer survivors expressed through their art at Artville!

Featuring masterpieces done by CCF beneficiaries, step into their world as they reflect and share how they embrace and cope with their childhood cancer journey.  

Experience the therapeutic nature of art in Sketchville! Pick up your virtual paintbrushes to sketch and leave a word of encouragement for children with cancer. Your digital artworks will be projected on our first-ever interactive canvas wall to show CCF beneficiaries that they are not alone. 

6 September — 19 September 2021

Visit CCF’s art exhibition at VivoCity that encapsulates the dear relationships CCF children have with childhood cancer and the people around us. Artworks are up for adoption too!

13 September — 3 October 2021

Unlock your creativity with some doodle fun.

Pick up your virtual paintbrushes and leave a word of encouragement for CCF children. Your messages of hope will be reflected in real-time! 

How Your Donation Helps

CCF aims to raise $150,000 via The Hope Train

to fund the following programmes and services:

Casework and Counselling

Financial Assistance 

Therapeutic Play 

Hospital Play Service 

Specialist Clinics

Palliative and Bereavement Service 

Caregivers Support Service 

Place for Academic Learning and Support (PALS) 

Education Awards 

Sibling Support Services 

Schooling Programme

Survivorship programme

Services for Affected Children

Your support will help to improve the quality of life of our beneficiaries through enhancing their emotional, social and medical well-being.

How you can support
Participate in our activities
Like us on socials
Adopt an artwork