MSC Charity Gala Dinner

Mind Science Centre celebrates the undefeated mind and triumph of the human spirit through social transformation of medical research to build emotional resilience and optimise cognitive performance, from past epidemiological studies to interventional studies of translational relevance, in the community, by the community and for the community.

The Mind Science Centre Gala Dinner on Friday, 27 March 2020 aims to raise the necessary funds to realise our vision to build resilience in the community. The event will be graced by The President of Singapore, Madam Halimah Yacob, and attended by about 300 guests including professionals, business leaders, philanthropists and community pioneers who believe in our vision. The evening will be a gastronomical odyssey of nutrient-dense cuisine to fuel the mind for optimal cognitive performances.

Fully dependent on philanthropic support, we hope to raise funds for new impactful neurocognitive research and programme development to optimise cognitive performance, build emotional resilience and improve quality of life. The gift will enable us to fight against dementia and depression and empower caregivers.

Date: 27 March 2020, Friday
Time: 7pm to 10pm
Venue: Conrad Centennial Singapore, Ballroom

Make an outright donation and be acknowledged for your philanthropic giving based on the donation tiers in the acknowledgement package:

• Diamond Partner ($500,000 donation and above)
• Platinum Partner ($300,000 donation and above)
• Gold Partner ($200,000 donation and above)
• Silver Partner ($100,000 donation and above)
• Table Donor ($10,000 or $5,000 donation)

To show your support, download the invitation appeal package HERE.

About Mind Science Centre (MSC)

A centre of excellence under the National University Health System and an academic research centre at the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, Psychological Medicine, MSC is the first in Asia to take an upstream, evidence-based, non-drug approach to optimise cognitive performance, build emotional resilience and promote mental health awareness through translational research and delivery of community-based interventions to improve quality of life and life potential.

With knowledge and expertise gathered from 5 epidemiological studies, we have developed an innovative holistic prevention programme for dementia, emphasizing preventive medicine in the community, by the community, for the community and have touched the lives of more than 2,300 seniors and 100 volunteers and will be reaching out to 12,000 youths.