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APPLY FOR THE SMA MEDICAL STUDENTS’ ASSISTANCE FUND

Our List of Donors

 

The work of SMACF is made possible with the financial support of our donors. Since the inception of the SMACF in 2013, we had :

 

“Giving is better than receiving because giving starts the receiving process.” 
--Jim Rohn--

We had put in our best effort to make the above list as complete as possible. Should there be any oversight, we offer our sincere apologies and do let us know so that we can put it right.

List of Donors FY 2016
Chan Lam Choon Nee Mun Swee Heong
Chan Wai Ling Theresa
Chen Yu Qing 
Chu Siu Wen
Chua Seng Chew
Dohadwala Kutbuddin
Emily Chan 
Goh Boon Cher 
Hardie Billy
Ian Phoon Kwon Yun 
K Gunasegaran
Khoo Yong Kiong
Kwong Kum Hoong
Lee Lay Tin 
Lim Tian Zhi 
Lok Yiing  Fang
Low Chien Chong, Peter
Murugaiyan Rajkumar
Nair  Rajalekshmi D/O K N nair 
Tan Yeo Chye
Ng Lee Beng 
Ong Choo Phaik, Caroline
Ong Eng Cheng
Ong Yeow Chon 
Ooi Chun How
T.Thirumoorthy
Tan  Wen Yi
Tan Cheng Lim 
Tan Kok Yeang
Tan Wu Meng 
Tan Yuen lan, Diana
Woo Chin Yee
Yong  Chee Fah 

Organization/Corporates/Foundation
AEON Medical Centre 
Alpha Omega Medica Pte Ltd
ASICS  Asia Pte Ltd 
Lam Soon Singapore Pte Ltd (Pocari Sweat Run 2016)
Optimisa Research Ltd 

Other anonymous donor(s)

Updated 1 Oct 2016

 

 

We apologise that we are unable to individually acknowledged our many donors and supporters of the SMA-NUS Medical Students' Assistance Fund held with the National University of Singapore as the contributions were made directly to the NUS and information are lacking at our end. However, we do thank every single one of you from the bottom of our hearts.

 

With appreciation from our medical students : 

"With the help of the bursary, I will be able to concentrate better on my studies without having to worry about my financial situation. I will also be able to spend more time with my two kids. I sincerely appreciate it. Thank you SMA Charity Fund for the help!" ---Feng Ting Ting, M3, Duke@NUS Graduate Medical School,  SMA-MSAF Bursary Recipient  AY2014/2015

 

“I graduated with  a first degree in Biomedical Engineering and have been always intrigued by technology.  A career in medicine allows me to employ  cutting edge technology to benefit people in need  and I hope to be able to go into Radiology as it is one of the most technologically driven field in Medicine.  The bursary will definitely help to alleviate my financial burden as a post graduate student , allowing me to focus on pursuing my passion .  Thank you SMA Charity Fund for supporting me in my medical education and giving me a chance  to acquire the skills and knowledge for a career in Medicine” --- Tan Zehao ,M4, Duke@NUS Graduate Medical School, SMA-MSAF Bursary Recipient  AY2014/15

 

" I am grateful to be given the opportunity to attend the conference. It allows me to gain a better insight on the various medical missions. I am inspired by all the passionate individuals who are dedicated in community service despite their hectic work schedule. THis inspired me to do the same in the future" --- Tham Kar Mun, M5, YLLSoM (Attend the inaugral International Conference on Humanitarian Medical Missions 2014  with the support from SMA Charity Fund"

 

From past years receipients
“I thank you for inspiring me to give back to the society.” --- Moganapriya D/O Gunasegaren, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine

“Your generosity has inspired me to help others and give back to the community…I hope that one day, I will be able to help students achieve their goals just as you have helped me.” Cheng Ming Hua Jonathan, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine

“Thank you for investing in the future of the medical students… And thank you for supporting me through the difficult times.” Roland Xu Weixiang, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine

"Beyond just aiding my financial situation, such financial aid schemes always serve to remind me that, as a medical student, I am part of a medical community that looks out for one another and supports each other in times of need.” Lee Khee Jin Ryan, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine