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  • Writer's pictureAnthony Houlahan

Thank you

Updated: May 27, 2021

October 7, 2020

Thanks to the very generous support of a great number of people, together we raised and donated a total of 124,000 dollars to the CCF.

This post is a thank you to everyone who donated to the CCF; supported me; or provided publicity to build awareness of the campaign.

Firstly, thank you to everyone who has donated to the CCF. Some people donated several thousand dollars. One very generous family - close friends of mine - donated 13,000 dollars. Not everyone donated as much as that but the amount each person donated isn't of primary importance. What's most important is that each person who donated was compelled to help the CCF to enhance the lives of children and their families affected by cancer. What we've done together will make a genuine difference to children and families affected by cancer.

I urge you all to continue to support the CCF in any way that you can.

Other people provided significant help to run and support my efforts for the campaign for the CCF. I'd like to thank some of them here:

Coverage of the campaign in the media has greatly increased awareness of the campaign and motivated people to donate to the CCF. Thanks to all the following for providing coverage:

I was greatly honoured to receive recognition from Madam President of Singapore Halima Yacob in the President's Volunteerism and Philanthropy Awards, 2020.

I thank my wife, Carol, and my daughters, Jade and Georgia, for their unwavering support, encouragement and (much needed) guidance on how to use social media.

Finally, I'd like to thank the people of Singapore. After the campaign became well known you regularly approached me on the streets to encourage me, wish me well, and thank me. These encounters with you were uplifting and at times touching; the memories of them will stay with me forever. I'm very grateful.

I end by wishing you well, thanking you, and encouraging you to continue to support the CCF to enhance the lives of children and their families affected by cancer.

Thank you.

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