• Welcome to H4CK

    Hope for Cancer Kids is a charity organization formed by parents and friends of children diagnosed with cancer. We promote and support quality and affordable childhood and adolescent cancer care while creating awareness.

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    Mary Wangui Muigai

    Five-year-old Mary was an ordinary, healthy, happy little girl. She loved playing, dancing and spending time with her beloved parents and siblings. But inside, a deadly tumor- Retinoblastoma was silently taking hold in her eye. Retinoblastoma is an eye cancer that begins in the retina — the sensi...

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    Art Auction Sep,19, 2020 07:44

    September is childhood cancer month! We will auction art created by our fantastic cancer warriors to help raise funds to pay for their treatment.We will post an artwork and the highest contributor on that day gets it!Donations done to Paybill number 511100 (account: A01)#hope4cancerkids #childhoodca...

    Free From School Sep,4, 2020 14:20

    You must try to understand that when I finished school I was as raw as raw could be. I had never travelled anywhere on my own, never purchased a train ticket, since like most kids my age I had only travelled with my parents or relatives and they made all the decisions. I had no experience of how to...

    To the Gold Coast for Gold Sep,4, 2020 14:20

    The glory of an explorer, I need hardly say, results not so much from the extent, or the marvels of his explorations, as from the consequences to which they lead. Judged by this test, my little list of discoveries has not been unfavoured of fortune. Where two purblind fever-stricken men plodded pai...

    The Theory of Social Revolutions Sep,4, 2020 14:19

    Civilization, I apprehend, is nearly synonymous with order. However much we may differ touching such matters as the distribution of property, the domestic relations, the law of inheritance and the like, most of us, I should suppose, would agree that without order civilization, as we understand it, ...