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From 1 November till 30 November 5pm,
Click here for details on the artworks in this online silent auction.Place your bid for Martin’s art pieces here.
Click here for details on the art book.To receive a copy of “The Hope-Filled Art of Martin See Tho” Art Book, make a donation here.
The late Martin See Tho was wheelchair-bound in 2001 due to Machado Joseph Disease, an incurable degenerative disorder that robbed him of his career, ability to stand, balance, speak and eat. Despite it all, Martin learnt digital painting in 2005 and won his recognition as a Singapore Signature Digital Artist when he had his first solo art exhibition in 2007. At the heart of Martin's dynamic, bold and inspiring digital art pieces lay the notions of love and compassion - the unwavering pillars of strength that rejuvenated and anchored his purpose of existence despite the storms in his life.
Ms Sandra Choo, wife of the late Martin See Tho has donated 2 of his artworks for an online silent auction to raise much needed funds for NNI Fund which will go towards improving patient care, accelerating neuroscience research, nurturing the next generation of neuroscience leaders and serving other areas of unmet needs.
NNI cares for close to 80% of Singapore’s patients with neurological conditions like dementia, stroke, Parkinson's disease and brain tumour. These conditions change our patients’ lives forever. Some patients lose control of their body functions. Others suffer memory loss. Eventually, many lose both.
The World Health Organisation predicts that by 2040, neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia and Parkinson’s disease will overtake cancer to become the second leading cause of death after cardiovascular disease.
Your contributions to the NNI Fund will enable us to:· Help pay for the medication of needy patients · Fund mobility equipment to help our patients live more independently and earn a living · Support research initiatives to prevent diseases and find cures · Advance education in neuroscience to improve healthcare outcomes· Address other unmet needs
Your contribution gives our patients hope in their fight for a better tomorrow.
Find out how you can be involved in our cause to shape neuroscience care for a better tomorrow: www.nni.com.sg/giving