Healing Through The Arts

BCF’s Healing Through The Arts (HTTA) Programme provides women diagnosed with, and survivors of breast cancer with an opportunity to help themselves in their short and long-term recovery. These activities are conducted by BCF Volunteers, most of whom are either breast cancer survivors or professionals in their respective fields.

Register now for our htta programmes

*Download Our Calendar of Events For Apr 2024 Here.

*Download Our Calendar of Events For May 2024 Here.

Register now for our htta programmes

*If you’re interested in the HTTA Dress-making programme, please email to sarah.aliah@bcf.org.sg or Whatsapp to 9695 3264 for details on the next intake.

Paddlers in the Pink

The BCF Paddlers in the Pink (BCF-PIP) Dragon Boat Programme, the first of its kind in Asia when it began, involves dry land and paddling training for breast cancer survivors and supporters. BCF-PIP, one of several BCFs Healing Through the Arts Programme, enables participants to improve their physical and mental well-being as well as demonstrate that women living with breast cancer can continue to lead full, active lives.

The criteria to join BCF-PIP are as follows:

  • One must be above 18 years old
  • One must be either a breast cancer survivor, friend/family of a survivor
  • One must be at least 3 months out of treatment (other than hormonal therapy)
  • One must have a medical memo that shows that she is fit to join in the paddling