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We know that every Cancer Patient is Unique and has unique needs. Our experience allows us to very quickly see where we can assist patients and families dealing with Cancer. 

Going Mobile


Cancer Heroes has been doing research on going mobile for a number of years now and in September we will eventually be launching our mobile program that will include innovative contact processes where patients, families and medical staff will be able to interact in a way never seen before. Keep a look out for the launch! 

Proud Member of Cancer Alliance


The Cancer Alliance is a collective group  of non-profit organisations and cancer advocates brought together under a common mandate, to provide a platform of collaboration for cancer civil society to speak with one voice and be a powerful tool to affect change for all South African adults and children affected by cancer. 



Heroes4Cancer Marketing Magazine will launch on the 1st of September and will be an innovative way for established and upcoming companies to market themselves to possible clients and collaborative organisations at the most reasonable fee ever seen in this sector.

The reason for Cancer Heroes entering this sector is to create a recurring income base that will allow us to literally keep the boat afloat. 

This magazine will also allow us access to companies and  individuals that will benefit from the established systems of education, early detection, advocacy and support.



Tax Benefits to donors: Section 18 A

This serves to confirm that Cancer Heroes is a registered non-profit company and an approved Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) with number: 930058201. 

This allows a 100% TAX REBATE to Donors that meet the requirements for a Section 18A Tax Receipt.

Cash by EFT, Cheque, Postal Order, Direct deposit, or a debit order or a credit card deduction.

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Support Group


Our new Head and Neck Support Group will also be going Mobile in the next month and will allow people better access across the globe and will keep people connected no matter where they are and how they feel.

We truly hope to be able to help more people over further distances and across all boundaries.

Early Detection


The Team from Cancer Heroes Pretoria and the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance had has shown their awesome screening abilities where approximately 400 people were screened. 

Together with this team we will be axpaning the mobile screening through the ICAP mobile unit.



A kind gesture, a comforting word, a motivational talk, telling the truth about Cancer, showing a new way of looking at it, a few cents, helping someone make sense of it all, can save someone form the pain of cancer, so just give a little bit more of yourself tomorrow! Yes, YOU Can!

Going Longer Easy Donations


You can get in on the action right now by donating using this QR Code. Any amount will help us support Rob and the people that we need to get to the early detection days. Check out Rob's story below how he will play 100 of South Africa's top Golf courses to support people living with cancer and show that it can be beaten and others that they can overcome just about anything if they put their hearts and minds to it.  More Below....

Rural Drive


 Oesophageal cancer is the eighth most common cancer worldwide and ranks fifth in terms of mortality. ... In South Africa (SA) squamous carcinoma of the oesophagus (SCO) is the most common form of oesophageal cancer and is associated with late referral and advanced stage at presentation. 

Have a look at what we have been seeing with cancer research in our home towns to see the effects of this cancer.

Living Healthy


Cancer Heroes knows the importance of living healthy and ensuring that the whole family benefits from a positive and healthy approach to Food, Drink, Exercise, Emotional Wellbeing, Psychological Strength, and many other aspects that keep our body, minds and souls on the right track.

Over the next few months we will be looking at all these aspects and highlighting them through our connections to many professionals in these areas.  

the top 100 golf course challenge


 Robert Tilbury,  a Big Easy IGT Challenge Tour Member and Cancer Survivor, has dedicated his passion of Golf to assist those less fortunate than him. Rob represented South Africa as a Springbok Softball Pitcher with multiple awards behind his name.

A True Cancer Hero, Rob will Tee off this May where he will take on the Top 100 Golf Courses throughout South Africa.  This is huge challenge just like beating cancer, but once again we will show that support and dedication can beat this golf challenge, just like beating cancer!

This  is an excellent vehicle to create awareness, early detection and raise funds for rural screening and support. Cancer Heroes will utilise the donations from ICAP and support from The Round Table of South Africa to bring this awesome event to as many people throughout South Africa as possible. The challenge and cancer programs will be jointly supported and run via live social media platforms and mobile apps to ensure as much exposure as possible.

Look out for the first event at Benoni Lake Country Club in May and then join Rob on this journey to give him support and encouragement!



 The Big Easy IGT Challenge Tour is the only Developmental Tour in South Africa.  The tour is operated by knowledgeable staff who are PGA and R&A certified.  After starting in October 2010 and many a success story,  the tour has reached new heights where it is now viewed as  a professionally run, and Internationally recognised development tour that produces the most Professional Golfers in Africa.   It continues to produce  PGA Tour Card Professionals and remains the main source of players on the Sunshine Tour in 2019, almost 8 years after starting.

The Big Easy IGT Tour is a dedicated supporter of Cancer Heroes and in 2018 assisted in spreading awareness and education in Head and Neck Cancers as well as many a  common cancer in South Africa.

In 2019, they will be supporting the Cancer Heroes Top 100 Courses Project headed up by a long standing Member of the Big Easy IGT Challenge Tour, Robert Tilbury.  The project has been established to showcase the benefit of exercise during cancer therapy while creating opportunities to expand Awareness, Education, Early Detection, and Support to communities that are far away from the High Tech Cancer Centres such as those in found in Sandton, Johannesburg.