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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.
6 years of personal patient drive and the experience of a Professor created an effective prototype that has shown huge progress, potential and results. Cancer Heroes has proven itself in the field of Early Detection and will apply it even further during 2019 with two projects.
The initial Analysis Phase proved the value of the development of an effective Head and Neck Cancer Early Detection Program for the South African Public Sector. This will now be rolled out in various sites across the country which will include public hospitals, rural clinics, dental surgeries, community centres and even peoples homes.
The key to the success of this program lies in the program design and simplicity it follows in “up-scaling” the treatment plans for individuals. This has to work in conjunction with all the levels in our public health sector.
Over the next 6 months and in conjunction with stakeholders we will attempt to fast track the implementation of elementary programs that will lead into a formal early detection program catering for our medically disenfranchised and poorest of poor.
The use of home language education via multiple media forms including Printed, Radio and Television will be key to this program. This may be via current Health Programs, Education Programming and IsiZulu and IsiXhosa Channels already established.
It is with great thanks to ICAP for the donation from their 2018 Charity Day which will initiate the program and assist in the further expansion throughout South Africa.
The "SCREEN FOR A SCREEN" Tax Rebate program will allow us to reach 20 000 people and thus every donation is appreciated and will be part of this project.
The "SCREEN FOR A SCREEN " program is a donation of R 25 000.00 for a Section 18A SARS Tax Rebate where companies and or individuals keep more of their money from Tax disbursements to SARS.
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After receipt of the awesome donation from ICAP and support from Round Table, Cancer Heroes is able to get out into the communities that are truly forgotten when it comes to Head and Neck Cancers.
We are raising funds to allow our team to travel through the remote areas of South Africa to set up the network that will ensure better Education, Early Detection, Advocacy and Support of the poorest of poor and medically disenfranchised.
Please join us on this drive by donating via Snap Scan or for a Section 18A Tax receipt that can reduce your tax payment in 2020! Anything will help even if its just R 50.00 .
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This serves to confirm that Cancer Heroes is a registered non-profit company and an approved Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) with number: 930058201.
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Our new Head and Neck Support Group met for the first time in our new venue in Sandton this past week and look forward to expanding its reach globally in this arena.
The Team from Cancer Heroes Pretoria and the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance had an awesome screening event where approximately 400 people were screened.
Thanks to Fury Midrand for the excellent service and ICAP for the donation of our first Head and Neck Remote unit vehicle. Soon we will have our trailer and we can hit the road!
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 will take on the Top 100 Golf Courses of South Africa to show that Cancer can be Beaten! More Below....
Cancer Heroes will start the Rural Head and Neck cancer alleviation program in May 2019 by visiting various sites to establish the centres where the Early Detection Programs will be completed.
We plan to establish 8 centres for remote early detection programs with the poorest of poor and medically disenfranchised.
Cancer Heroes is proud to be a foundation that will be part of the Arnold Classic here at home in Johannesburg in May 2019.
We will also be taking part in the very first Arnold Classic Golf event and invite all our supporters to join in on this great event.
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.