Cancer Alliance Stigma Survey

Cancer stigma is a great problem in South Africa, it touches all groups, ages and genders and impacts cancer patients daily.

With our current survey we aim to gain more information and insight into the role of cancer stigma in our communities.

- Cancer Alliance Stigma Survey -

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Bank Details:

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

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For overseas banking:
Account No: 62297293707
SWIFT code: FIRNZAJJ.
Routing No: 20150900

What happens to my donation?

Donations made to PLWC are utilised in the following manner:

  • To continue building a national infrastructure of oncology social workers to run, support and train the Cancer Buddies.
  • To continue to provide cancer support groups across South Africa.
  • To develop educational programs and materials to facilitate the enhancement of a patient-centred care model in Oncology in South Africa.
  • To continue to provide a free helpline for newly diagnosed cancer patients and their families.
  • To develop educational programs and materials to facilitate the enhancement of a patient-centred care model in Oncology in South Africa.
  • To develop and present cancer educational and support services in underprivileged communities.
  • To continue developing public awareness campaigns and ensure cancer becomes a national priority in South Africa.
  • To fund and provide individual cancer advocacy services to cancer patients without a voice.
  • To develop and print material which will assist in supporting and educating the patients and their families.
  • To continue developing technological cancer tools that offer free information and critical support to all communities, specifically in remote areas.