About

Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF) is a social service agency which advocates for the early detection of breast cancer and supports the breast cancer community in Singapore.

Established since 1997 in Singapore, BCF actively raises breast cancer awareness through talks, events, research and publications that advocate for early detection through regular screening. BCF supports those affected by breast cancer through psycho-social programmes, support groups and befriending activities.

BCF offers subsidy assistance to support low-income women for their time mammogram screenings and runs a complimentary wig loan programme.

As a registered charity in Singapore, BCF is self-funded and is dependent on public donations to provide quality services and programmes for more women and their families.

BCF runs Singapore’s very first Breast Cancer Centre at Sin Ming Court. The Centre also welcomes members of the public who wish to find out more about breast cancer.

OUR MISSION

To advocate early detection of breast cancer and support our breast cancer community.

GET INVOLVED

Donate

BCF is dedicated to raise breast cancer awareness, promote early detection and provide support to people affected by the disease. We are able to work towards achieving our objectives and our mission to eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease, thanks to support from corporate sponsors and well-wishers.

Volunteer/Support

BCF volunteers come from all walks of life, ranging from students to working professionals, organisations and survivors. We also provide training to our volunteers depending on their needs of the task they are assigned.

Join Us

BCF has a membership size of over 1000 members, which consists of women diagnosed with, and survivors of Breast Cancer, and supporters. They take part in our programmes and activities that are crafted to suit their needs. They also play an active role in education, raising awareness of breast cancer and providing support for women diagnosed with, and Survivors of breast cancer as well as their families.