Branded merchandise on sale

On 7th – 10th April 2015 Branded merchandise  on sale– Galleria Mall

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Act now for children with cancer


Hundreds of supporters participated in a 5Km walk to raise awareness on childhood cancers on 15thFebruary 2015, which was the International Childhood Cancer Day.

Starting at University of Nairobi (UoN) grounds,Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) the path led the participants to the National library and back to the same venue. Participants were drawn from different organizations, Hope for Cancer Kids being one of them and the general public as well. Also in attendance was a police band which led participants throughout the walk.

Hope for Cancer Kids being one of the supporters showed up in pomp and color to help in the creation of awareness on childhood cancers with the message ‘Act now’ and “Better access to care for children and adolescents with cancer everywhere”

According to Aga Khan pediatric Oncologist Professor William Macharia, many children die from cancers undiagnosed because of parents and medical persons missing out the signs or mistaking them for other conditions. “Late detection or lack of detection is due to confusion with other common diseases like joint disease, malaria and common infections. In children, many cancers present like other common childhood conditions” said Prof. Macharia, adding that poverty also limits access to facilities that have resources to correctly diagnose cancers.

The main organizer of the event was KMA (Kenya Medical Association) in conjunction with the Bila Cancer Society (Without Cancer Society). Sponsors included Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Examinations Board(KASNEB), Radio Africa Group, Makini Schools, and Ministry of Health among others.

Fundraising Bake Sale for Cancer Heroes – Sarit Centre, Westlands


Cupcake Friday delight your taste buds with our  scrumptious cupcakes courtesy of Valentine Cake House! all proceeds go to kids diagnosed with cancer . Find us at Sarit Centre  right opposite the entrance to text book centre.