Become a regular benefactor of the Gift Of Life!

The cancer treatment foundation has nearly 5000 regular benefactors – people or companies who contribute to the foundation every month, giving light and hope for people suffering a terrible disease.

These 5000 are our jewels. Owing much to them we have managed to support absolutely every cancer patient who has requested our aid and belongs to the foundation's target group this year as well.

Are you already one of our jewels? If not, become a regular benefactor and support cancer patients in the fight for their lives with as little as one or five euros a month.

You can conveniently become a regular benefactor within seconds using the bank link here. 

Donate and share our call – let's keep on giving all cancer patients in Estonia hope and a chance to live!

State and supporters contribute 233,000 euros to Cancer Treatment Foundation in February
The Cancer Treatment Foundation received more than 233,000 euros in donations in February, of which half came from the state budget. The foundation's supervisory board approved support for the treatment of 17 new patients, along with continuing support for the treatment of many others. Together we contributed 135,000 euros to the health of cancer patients.
11.03.2019
Cancer Treatment Foundation puts dolls of famous politicians up for auction
From today until 28 February, on the Facebook page of the ‘Gift of Life’ Cancer Treatment Foundation, an auction is taking place in which dolls of famous Estonian politicians are being sold off to the highest bidders. The dolls were provided by the Tänapäev publishing house and Terje Annusver, the author of the book Crochet Yourself a Politician Doll.
19.02.2019
Nearly a quarter of a million euros paid out for treatment in January
The Cancer Treatment Foundation received almost 152,000 euros in donations and paid out close to 232,000 euros to cover medical bills in the first month of 2019. The supervisory board of the foundation decided to support the medical treatment of 20 people. In addition, a number of people already receiving help continued to obtain treatment.
15.02.2019