Donate Basic Items to TLC Families of Young Cancer Patients

Donate Basic Items to TLC Families of Young Cancer Patients

CANSA TLC Logo.cdrCANSA TLC (Tough Living with Cancer) is a programme for children and teens diagnosed with cancer, or affected by cancer (a family member has cancer). Support is provided to the family as a whole in both scenarios.

Support a Family in Need:

Due to the costs involved in cancer treatment and transport to treatment, many families affected by cancer struggle to provide the basic necessities.

Please consider making a donation – see items needed below:

Food Donations post

Many thanks to all who have donated to families in need…

Basic Food Items:

  • Porridges: Weet-Bix, Pronutro, Oatso-Easy, mieliepap, Future Life
  • Coffee, tea, rooibos, concentrate cold drink sachets, long life milk
  • Soup, cuppa soup, soya mince, tinned tuna, sweet corn
  • Rice, pasta, salt, sugar
  • Peanut butter, marmite, jam, margarine
  • Dry biscuits, rusks
  • Winegums, jellybears, marshmellows

Basic Toiletries:

Consider donating these in a toiletry bag…

Donations of basic food and personal items, eases financial burden during treatment…

  • Baby soft toothbrush
  • Bland flavoured toothpaste
  • Facecloth
  • Aqueous lotion (plain)
  • Antiseptic soap e.g. Dettol, Protex, Savlon
  • Antiseptic solution like Dettol or Savlon
  • Antiseptic mouth rinse
  • Germolene antiseptic ointment
  • Tissues (pocket not boxes)

Additional Items:

  • blankets
  • bedsocks
  • beanies (also for older children / teens)
  • we need pj’s and gowns (but it is better to give an online donation so that the correct sizes & gender specific items can be┬ápurchased)
  • tekkies (children & parents) sizes needed: toddler through to size 8

Venues & Contact Details Donations:

Drop donations at your local CANSA Care Centre or contact Vera van Dalen, CANSA-TLC National Project Manager, email: tlc@cansa.org.za

Alternatively, make an online donation using the reference ‘TLC Relief’ & the funds will be allocated to helping our families cope during a very challenging time.

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