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25 May 2021

Application for SMA-MSAF Bursary (AY2021/22)
We have been receiving lots of enquiries with regards to when the SMA-Medical Students' Assistance Fund (SMA-MSAF) Bursaries will be open for applications. Thank you for your interest in applying for the SMA-MSAF! We would like to share that applications will be open in August 2021 and the finalised date will be confirmed by end July 2021. Do look out for the announcements through your respective schools or come back to our website in August. In the meantime, take care & stay safe!
  

12 May 2021

SMACF Fundraising Appeal 2021
Please support our fundraising appeal so that we can: 1. Support medical students who require financial assistance 2. Promote Volunteerism amongst our medical students 3. Support financially challenged medical students in gaining overseas exposure 4. Recognising outstanding mentors to our medical students Donate now for the double the impact as your donation is matched dollar for dollar by the TOTE Board & government.

 

SMA Charity Fund in brief

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The SMA Charity Fund, the Singapore Medical Association’s (SMA) independent charity arm, is an Institution of a Public Character (IPC) and charity in Singapore. Both SMA and SMACF believe in giving back to society, and encourage SMA members to do the same. We are firm in our goal of addressing the myriad needs in the medical and public health landscape.

Through a four-pronged strategic approach, SMACF endeavours to develop a compassionate medical profession that contributes towards better healthcare in Singapore:

1)  Providing Financial Assistance: Provide financial assistance to support the living expenses of needy medical students in Singapore.
2)  Advocating Volunteerism: Promoting volunteerism amongst the medical profession.
3)  Supporting Learning Exposure: Providing needy medical students equal opportunities to gain international exposure and experience for better health outcomes for the public.
4)  Recognising Mentorship: Acknowledge and award exemplary mentors who have made a significant difference to the development of their students. 

Only with your support are we able to enable bright student like Mr Lau Lagarfeld, a Year 2 student at Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, to learn and serve the community and patients. When it seems impossible for young Lagarfeld to pursue his dream in medicine when his father was retrenched but, against all odds, Mr Lau worked hard and made it possible for Lagarfeld by taking on additional part-times jobs to make ends meet. Here is their story.

Interested in providing needy medical students with financial support? Find out more about the SMA Medical Students' Assistance Fund or simply donate via SMACF_DONATE today!

You can also read more about SMACF and the SMA Medical Students' Assistance Fund, which comes under SMACF’s umbrella: 

A) SMA News  

B) Annual Publications

 

Have additional suggestions for initiatives that you would like us to consider? Drop us a message under contact us!