There are several ways in which you can make a difference in the life of a marginalized cancer patient and their family.
Have you been touched by the story of a particular patient?
If you would like to have a deeper involvement in one of the lives of our patients, get in touch with us by clicking here and we will connect with you so that we can provide you with in-depth information about the particular patient's life and needs.
We are happy to put you in direct contact with the patient you wish to assist, including the institutions which assist them, such as schools for the children.
(Image by Steven Chikosi: one of our patients, Sarah - with two of her children.)
Want to make a one off or direct debit donation?
Great! An amount of $30, for example, can buy a food hamper for a family for one month! Click here to donate using your debit or credit card now.
Our Zimbabwe bank details are as follows if you want to make a direct transfer:
Bank + branch: NMB Bank, Borrowdale/Harare branch
Account name: Elizabeth Chanakira Cancer Trust
Account number: 0000260139697
You can also pay into our USD bank account or ecocash. Please contact us here for the details.
We won't have tax deductibility status for another 12 months as we are not yet registered as an Australian charity until we have been in operation for a set number of years in Zimbabwe - and when we do - we will let you know.
(Image by Steven Chikosi: a street in Hatcliffe,Harare - a residential area in which we have started the majority of our work.)
Shelter, blankets, bedding & clothing
Do you have some beds, blankets and/or clothing you don't need?
Furthermore, we want to assist our patients to get better housing as some are living in accommodation which is not suitable, particularly when one is ill. Please see an example of the accommodation some are currently staying in on the bottom left image.
If you have clothing, shoes and blankets you would like to donate to our patients and their families, including suitable closed shoes for school children, click here to fill in our Contact form to get in touch with us.
(Top image by Steven Chikosi: one of our patients, Sipelile - with one of her sons.)