Project Volunteers

project volunteers

When the Little Fighters Cancer Trust does Hospital Ward Based Projects, we extend our projects to 14 Paediatric Oncology Hospital Wards across South Africa. On the day of project implementation, we provide to every child and every parent in that specific ward on the day. NO EXCLUSIONS.

This is why every Little Fighters Cancer Trust Hospital Ward Based project reaches between 700 and 800 children with cancer. We also arrange deliveries for days on which the Hospitals have their weekly outpatient clinics, so that we can reach even MORE children with cancer.

We need hoarders. Project Volunteers who would work with us, to collect what we need in product, according to the specific lists we will provide. We do not distribute any second-hand goods, as children with cancer have very low immune systems, and we are not willing to deliver a risk to a paediatric oncology ward.

Therefore, Project Volunteers will utilise their churches, schools, sporting clubs, friends circles, families and businesses, to assist us in collecting product and raising support for the following projects:

Snug-as-a-Bug = NEW Clothing
Bag of Hope = Wide variety of products
Barefoot for a Day = NEW shoes
Get Wrapped = NEW warm and decent blankets
Christmas Elf = 😀
emBRACE Project – Beading Job-Creation & Self-Earning Project
Bookworm Club = NEW reading books, all ages for Kids with Cancer in Hospitals
 

*****Please ensure you work according to our very specific lists. Goods received which we are not able to use for Children with Cancer will be re-donated to other worthy Community Programs and Charities*****

 

If you are interested in becoming a Volunteer for Little Fighters Cancer Trust, please e-mail mandie@littlefighters.org.za for an application form, stating which type of volunteering you are interested in doing.

Tygerberg LFCT Christmas Elf Delivery

Tygerberg LFCT Christmas Elf Delivery

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