As an individual, you have the ability to make a contribution to our mission of creating a support network for cancer patients and survivors across South Africa. By donating any amount, you can help us to achieve this goal, and become part of our vision for a country that is effective and integrated with regards to cancer.
Bank: First National Bank
Account Name: People Living with Cancer
Account Number: 62297293707
Account Type: Business Cheque
Branch Code: 200909
Branch Code for EFT: 250655
Branch: Century City
Please send confirmation of payment / donation to firstname.lastname@example.org
For overseas banking:
Account No: 62297293707
SWIFT code: FIRNZAJJ.
Routing No: 20150900
PLWC Givengain donations
What contribution will my donation make?
Your donation will make a direct and meaningful contribution. All donations made to PLWC are used in the ensuing ways:
To help to build a national infrastructure of social workers specialising in oncology to co-ordinate, train and support the Cancer Buddies.
To implement and continue cancer support groups across South Africa.
To develop educational programmes and materials directed at the oncology system in South Africa in order to facilitate the creation of a patient-centred care model.
To continue the provision of a toll-free helpline for newly diagnosed cancer patients and their families.
To develop and implement educational cancer awareness and support services in underprivileged communities all over the country.
To continue the development of public awareness campaigns, therefore ensuring that cancer becomes a national priority.
To fund and provide individual cancer advocacy services to cancer patients that find themselves voiceless in their immediate environments.
To immediately develop and print educational and supportive cancer material that will assist both cancer patients and their loved ones in coping with their journeys.
To develop pioneering technological cancer tools that will offer free information and critical support to all communities, with a specific focus on remote areas with little access to resources.