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Cancer Institute Foundation

U.S. Non-Profit Organization

Theme Songs

Theme Songs

Enjoy Cancer Insitute’s theme songs in Tamil and Hindi by the doctors, staff and patients.

Interviews

Interviews

We have a few YouTube videos of interviews. These range from interviews of doctors, personal experience of visitors and stories of cancer survivors. These videos are very informative and inspiring. Please view them and share your thoughts with us. Please let us know how you can help fight this deadly disease. Please use the contact us link for details on how to reach us.

Saaral 2014

Saaral 2014
August 09, 2014
Tamil Light Music Program
Chabot College Auditorium
Hayward, CA

Cancer Institute Foundation joined forces with Bay Area Tamil Manram and held its annual fundraising mega Tamil light music event on August 9, 2014. The event featured highly talented music group VDAZE. Tamil cinema movie star Siddarth was the special guest and Emcee at the event. A separate fundraising breakfast event with Siddarth was also held. Find our more information about the event in the flyer.

Kitchen Khiladi 2014

KK 2014
June 19, 2014
Cooking Competition
Young Chefs Academy
Sunnyvale, CA

Cancer Institute Foundation conducted its annual cooking competition. Preliminary round was held on June 19, 2014 and the finals was held on June 26, 2014. The finals was held at Young Chefs Academy, Sunnyvale, CA. Find out more information about the competition in the flyer.

Nadhamrutham

Naadhamrutham
June 14, 2014
Millbury High School
Millbury, MA

Gaanavaaridhi School of Music, lead by vocalist / carnatic music teacher Smt. Bhuvana Ganesh in Shrewsbury, MA conducted its annual day carnatic music function as a fundraising concert for Cancer.

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More than 60 students of all levels – beginners to advanced – presented various krithis. Groups of young kids came on stage one after the other and performed 2 or 3 songs each without any interruption. The event had been appropriately named – Naadhaamrutham – Music (Naadham) as a means to wellbeing; music as a medicine (Amrutham) for keeping oneself healthy. True to this spirit, Gaanavaaridhi students rendered nearly 4 hours of continuous “Amrutha Dhare”! It was a fulfulling musical evening.