Vision

Every cancer sufferer receives wholesome and comprehensive care.

Mission

The purpose for which the organization was established is to confront and allay the disease of cancer in order to lighten suffering through offering comprehensive welfare to patients, investigate the causes, its transmission and provide treatments.

The cancer Charity Foundation is a non-profit making organization located in Bukoto Kampala serving as a center for hope to all cancer patients in Uganda. The foundation was formed in February 2008 through a strong nucleus of individuals  who  have  been  privately  assisting  cancer  patients      since  2003, having seen and experienced first-hand, wanted to make a larger positive impacts on the treatment facilities and problems of cancer.

The aim for which this foundation was established   was to contribute towards patient  support  through  availing  comprehensive  care,  cancer  awareness, coordinating patient relief, palliative treatment and provide cancer treatment. The Foundation intends to establish its impact on cancer initially through patient support through providing quality patient support services to cancer patients and to this end has already set up a patient hostel (The Haven) that offers free accommodation to patients that receive treatment far away from home. The Hostel is a home for hope that provides a much needed supportive environment to the patients during a traumatic time of treatment.

The   Foundation   has   also  established   core   partnerships  with   other   key stakeholders in cancer control both nationally and internationally to coordinate its impact in supporting patient support, cancer awareness, advocacy, research and treatment through key strategic frameworks of cancer control. Locally, we have formed along with other Civil Society Organisations, Uganda Cancer Society,   an   Umbrella   Organisation   that  coordinates   our   response   for   a meaningful collaboration and contribution in cancer control.

In 2016, CCF established a valuable partnership with the American Cancer Society that resulted into a grant agreement. The purpose of the grant was for capacity building and strengthening CCF’s role in patient support. In so doing, CCF embarked on organizational and structural development including setting up office premises, a secretariat, the necessary policies and procedures whilst undergoing the strategic planning process to define its direction for the coming years.

Bishop Paul Ssemwogere

Bishop Paul Ssemwogere

Bishop of Luwero Diocess

D Anne Merriman

D Anne Merriman

Founder Hospice Africa

D Israel Da Silva

D Israel Da Silva

Director Bugala Education Center

M John Barenzi

M John Barenzi

Health Sector Consultant

M Gilbert Kevin Kwizera

M Gilbert Kevin Kwizera

Businessman