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Mark Stott (Campaign Terminated)

Mark Stott (Campaign Terminated)

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CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation is a country wide voluntary organisation. It brings together the parents of children who suffer from all varieties of cancer or life threatening blood disorders.

Funds raised are applied to directly benefit the children and their families, and also support those involved in the treatment of these most serious illnesses.

The goal of this dedicated group is to improve the welfare and quality of care for children with cancer.

The organisation provides direct practical help to children with cancer, from diagnosis onwards, recognising the inevitable disruption to family life when a child faces vigorous and often lengthy treatment. 

The name CHOC (an abbreviation of “Childrens Haematology Oncology Clinics”) was used by the first local parent group, established in 1979. In 2000 a new national organisation was formed, linking parent groups in all


  • Mar 04, 2010 - R 200.00
  • "7 Hours going to be a loooooooong time " - Lee

  • Feb 18, 2010 - R 100.00
  • "I know you will finish, you've done it 4 times before" - Leslene Stott

  • Feb 18, 2010 - R 100.00
  • "best of luck!" - melanie

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CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation

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CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation SA is the only organisation in South Africa that provides comprehensive countrywide support for children with cancer and other life-threatening blood disorders, and their families. CHOC has a head office in Johannesburg, six regional offices, two branches, and 12 accommodation facilities close to treatment centres. CHOC relies heavily on corporate sponsors, donations from groups or individuals wanting to make a difference in the lives of these little ones.

Their comprehensive support improves the welfare and quality of care of children with cancer and offers families a wide range of psychosocial services and practical support such as counselling, free accommodation, free transport and transport fund to ensure that no child abandons treatment due to the family not affording transport costs, food parcels as they recognise the financial difficulties families often face and parent to parent support groups. CHOC also plays a leading advocacy role and promotes early detection to save lives nationally.