Children’s Day Awareness March

Our Children’s day awareness event is a unique event. One of its kind in Africa using children from different schools all over Lagos, Nigeria, to create awareness on this menace taking smiles off the faces of other children. At the last count, our children’s day march hosted over one thousand, two hundred children (1200) plus adults marching to the sound produced by a brigade band across the streets of Lagos, Nigeria.

Gold Challenge

A sporting initiative aimed at encouraging families with children battling cancer to see the battle against cancer from a Sportsman’s perspective, the idea is to apply the games spirit in the fight against childhood cancer and adopt a winning mindset. Gold medals are awarded to participating schools in the event and Cheques are given to families whose children are battling cancer.

Light Lagos Gold In September

The first of its kind in Nigeria, with the core intent of taking childhood cancer awareness to the next level by lighting up very strategic and iconic locations ‘Gold’ in the month of September.

Merry Gold-Red Christmas

Spoiling our little soldiers with so much gifts and love in a special season of Love, it is always a unique and awesome experience how this brightens their life and the hospital ward in totality.

Parents Averting Childhood Cancer (PACC) Group

A community action groups set up in different regions and local communities in Nigeria saddled with the responsibility of learning about childhood cancer and adopting detection skills as well community action engagement that help manage cases occurring at community level.

‘Sponsor – A – Child’ Cancer Project

This is a direct corporate to kid or individual to kid sponsorship project that caters for the overall treatment of cases of children with cancer.

Community Centers For Childhood Cancer

A community to community center established to manage childhood cancer cases occurring at community level covering diagnosis, treatment and child development.

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