CANCER NGO HELPING CAREGIVERS
& PATIENTS COPE WITH CANCER
We continuously identify underserved areas
in cancer care and then do our best to address it.
LESS THAN 5%
OF OUR BUDGET
SPENT ON ADMINISTRATION
Campaign: "Power of 10" - 6k from 6k
OUR ACTIVE CAUSES
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ANYONE CAN DONATE Donating hair for cancer patients is both easy and rewarding and anyone can do so. Our hair that takes so long to grow can be made into a beautiful wig for someone who really needs it to maintain a positive body image after her hair is shed
Financial Aid To Economically Challenged Cancer Patients
The Trust provides financial aid to economically challenged patients for investigations like CT / PET CT and MRI and
treatments like chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgeries to the General class patients at Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai.
Discount for Cancer Treatment The patients and the caregivers bear the brunt of cancer treatment in a very big way with a whole lot of families pushed into financial drudgery due to treatment cost. We are partnered with centers that offer discounted Chemotherapy, Radiation and Surgeries. Please contact us for
The International Association of Lions Club felicitated the managing trustee of Madat Charitable Trust, Dr Anand Parihar with the Outstanding Achievement Award for the exemplary service provided during Covid-19 pandemic.
Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College & General Hospital felicitated Madat Charitable Trust for its sincere work as a Covid warrior during the pandemic. Madat Charitable Trust worked sincerely & contributed their dedicated services as a COVID WARRIOR for the institution in COVID-19 Disease Pandemic and this certificate is given as
Hello there … We got the wig… Thank u so much for all your efforts… Really appreciate it very much .. we r glad to have a trust like u in our country… it’s really well… will share patient photo before n after wig shortly… Again thank u so much
copewithcancer.org is a great initiative. Most of the other sites are Western. Culture determines expectation and anxiety of cancer patients and I have always been worried about an Indian reading some of the things the Western sites write. copewithcancer.org will set this right. –
I’m a 21 year old engineering student. Deciding to donate my hair for the benefit of cancer patients was a very impulsive decision and so far one of the best decisions I have ever made. In just a matter of months I can get it back but it’s not so
Doc has asked me for for pet CT but the cost is very higher thr as compare to my previous pet CT scan at SGPGI Lucknow…. So I was searching for some alternative Labs… Just landed at ur page… I have no idea how you people are providing pet CT
Thank you very much for providing a Wig, free of cost to one of our Cancer patient Mrs. Thangakala. She thankfully says ” after my chemotherapy i started loosing my hair. I feel very sad and i asked my Doctor to stop the treatment. At the same time I was