The safety and health of our cancer patients, volunteers and staff is paramount.
As our most valued partner, we assure you that CANSA is taking all the necessary precautions to minimise the impact of COVID-19. Cancer patients are among those at high risk of serious illness from an infection because their immune systems are often vulnerable.
All current CANSA activities and events are postponed or suspended for now to ensure that we play our part in making sure we protect our communities. It’s best that we practise social distancing and have less physical interaction. CANSA will continue supporting patients virtually via our platforms and our WhatsApp lines. Please stay in touch with our CANSA Care Centre for updates and news.
We’ll continue to monitor the situation and will announce a new date for activities and events once we feel it is safe to do so. We still need your support now more than ever – thank you for your understanding.
During this time, we as CANSA Relayers are all staying healthy and doing our part to keep others healthy too. While we can’t be physically together at this time, it certainly doesn’t mean we don’t miss our Relay friends and family.
Are you ready to do your part? Join us by registering for your local CANSA Relay For Life event here or donate to our CANSA Relay For Life fundraising efforts.COVID-19 Corona Virus South African Government Resource Portal
CANSA Relay For Life celebrated Life and Hope in the best way we could during the COVID-19 pandemic on 6 June 2020. Thank You to EP Digital South Africa (Emanuel and Jacques) for all the hard work and walking with us on this virtual journey! Your support helps fund our care and support programmes provided […]
Every year over 115 000 people in South Africa are affected by cancer. We’re challenging participants to be part of swimming a total of 115 000 lengths to recognise these individuals touched by cancer and to raise awareness and funds for CANSA Care Centres in Gauteng.
Breyton Paulse, Springbok rugby legend, shares about CANSA’s Tough Living with Cancer (TLC) Programme which supports parents, guardians, children and teens affected by cancer.
Watch video: CANSA’s Tough Living with Cancer (TLC) Programme
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Watch Global Hero of Hope, Anthea Lewis’s inspiring Story of Hope.
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I will continue to be part of CANSA Relay For Life until there is a white paper bag on the side of the track with my face on it. I just can’t myself not being part of this amazing event.
Cancer not only affects the survivor but the whole family and all of the friends of the survivor. We must remember that and celebrate them as well as the survivor.
Being part of CANSA Relay For Life has greatly enriched my life with the ability to inspire not only others but myself as well. I am very thankful to be able share my story and give other survivors hope and showing them that miracles do exist.CANSA Relay For Life has become my family and cancer ha
I could not believe how many people were affected by cancer in some way. There are so many South Africans diagnosed with cancer each day. This event can spread cancer awareness and give hope to cancer survivors, their families and caregivers.