Array of volunteers
around the country
The volunteers accompany the children and their families during their hospitalisation and provide a ray of light and a rock of support and stability
The volunteer accepts upon himself the obligation to maintain confidentiality and privacy and not reveal medical information.
The volunteer will not use his own knowledge and understanding as a substitute for medical advice
The volunteer will commit to staying with patient, to ease his suffering and provide both physical and mental support.
The volunteer will not discriminate against anyone regardless of religion or race, gender or political affiliation.
The volunteer has the ability to give a heart warming hug, give a kind word, to encourage and support, to compliment, listen and empower the children and their families.
The volunteer has the ability to cheer up and put smiles on the faces of children with cancer.
The volunteer takes part in the war against the disease: It is the Doctors responsibility to remove the disease from the children and its Chaiyanu’s responsibility to separate the child from the disease.
The volunteer gains a great deal of satisfaction, lots of love and gratitude from the sick children and their families.
The volunteer becomes part of the Chaiyanu family, a family of giving which has been operating for two decades for the well-being of the children with cancer and their families.