Child Cancer Foundation
A child cancer diagnosis doesn't just affect the child. It affects their brothers, sisters, mum, dad and whānau. Child Cancer Foundation is there for them every step of the way.
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About Child Cancer Foundation
Living with child cancer can be overwhelming. While medical staff do an incredible job treating the child, families often need emotional and practical support beyond what the doctors and nurses are able to give.
That’s where Child Cancer Foundation comes in. After diagnosis and referral, we provide each family with a dedicated Family Support Coordinator to give them the personalised and urgent support they need.
We help families facing childhood cancer with practical assistance such as transport to the hospital, household bills and personal development grants. We also guide them through the emotional and social challenges of cancer, providing support such as counselling for the whole family and connecting them with a community of other whānau who have been through the same experience.
No two families’ cancer experiences are the same, and neither is the nature of support they need. One thing is always the same, though – we stand alongside the family so they can concentrate on the most important thing of all: loving and caring for their child.