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Light Up Gold Commemorations

The light shineth in the dark and darkness could not comprehend!

Join in solidarity with children with cancer and their families around the world to LIGHT UP HOPE and LIGHT IT UP GOLD!

Commemorations in the month of September

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Upcoming Events


Light It Up Gold

The event is held through the month of September


Tour de Zim

Dates to be announced in due course


St John’s Fair

St John's College Borrowdale

Sponsor the treatment of a child

There are many ways to help fight paediatric cancer. You can donate or sponsor the treatment of a child.

Our Goals


Reduce paediatric cancer incidences and prevalence

To ensure continuous and secure funding for paediatric cancer clinical care and support services.


Provide comprehensive care

To ensure integrated programmes and processes that foster availability, accessibility and affordability of paediatric cancer services in Zimbabwe.


Deliver our vision

To ensure KidzCan has appropriate systems and equipped with adequate personnel to deliver its vision

Tweeter Update

Children with cancer matter to the last moment of their life, help us buy an ambulance so they travel with dignity and in humane conditions!
Buy an Ambulance 4 Children with Cancer (Zimbabwe) on @globalgiving: https://t.co/JhoRoLAYzx
Kids of Zimbabwe Need Help to Win the Fight and they Need it Now!, a project report on @globalgiving https://t.co/wwseFWKDFq

Psychosocial support

We don't only provide for clinical care, through our volunteer staff, we hold structured plays with children 4 times a week. Children are also provided with toys, colour and reading books, candy, warm clothing and twice a week they are visited by a clown. We also do follow ups of children who miss they review dates is done weekly

Click on the following tabs to view some children's profiles.

Rita (not real name)

A 1 year old girl from Mazowe who is an only child of teenage parents, diagnosed with Wilm’s Tumor in June this year and is responding positively to chemotherapy. Stays with the grandmother at a Norton Farm where she is a farm hand.

The earlier the stage at diagnosis, the better the chances of eradication.

Tawana (not real name)

A 4 year old girl from Mutare diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in June and is currently responding well to treatment. Tawana is the only child of tea plantation farm workers and not yet going to school.

Paediatric palliative care is used in reference to the care of a terminally ill child.

Dexter (not real name)

Details: a 13 year old boy from Lupane with Non-Hodgkins’ Lymphoma, diagnosed last year and is on chemotherapy. The first born in a family of 3. Stays with both parents who are peasant farmers in the rural areas. Will be finishing Grade 7 this year.

Some cancers are more aggressive than others and different children may react to the same illness differently.

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Kidzcan - There's a future

6 Natal Road, Belgravia, Harare
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